Here's the raw footage from Ademo Freeman's 2012 trial for three felony counts of "wiretapping". Thanks to the over 90 people that came out! It sure is great to be here in NH where liberty activists are more concentrated than anywhere else. For the latest on Ademo, visit http://copblock.org/freeademo and http://freekeene.com
Liberty activists need to learn how to win people over before they'll start seeing real success in New Hampshire (and elsewhere). A critique of Free State Project civil disobedience activism and an analysis of its effect on the trial of Ademo Freeman.
The Suffolk County Superior Court in Boston, MA have summoned a family pet named Sal to "serve" as a juror, and refuse to exempt the cat on grounds of being an animal. I suspect a cat can make as much sense of this country's ludicrous legal system as anyone else.
The Orlando Liberty Activists handed out over 450 FIJA brochures at the county courthouse this morning unmolested. The activists are also planning to do more FIJA outreach tomorrow, Tuesday 9-21 at the local Federal courthouse.
At the conclusion of the Ademo Freeman trial, liberty activist William Kostric spoke directly to Micheal Valentine informing him of his intent to return home to 'wiretap' Manchester Police Captain Jonathan Hopkins without his permission. View his initial exchange here: http://youtu.be/Ec61iZh47_g?t=3h6m54s
Here is the new video with Captain Hopkins. Michael Valentine, call your office...
Dr. James David Manning, The Atlah World Missionary Church, calls this the “Trial of the Century” and the “Greatest Trial in American History.” He says the proceedings are not a mock trial and are permitted under the U.S. Constitution.
I'm sure Marco Sauceda felt served and protected when the police entered his home and sprayed him with pepper spray, battered him, and tackled him because they thought he was a burglar. As it turns out, Mr. Sauceda was in his own home, is developmentally-challenged, and does not speak English. A jury of Mr. Sauceda's "peers" found that his actions of retreating further into the house and locking the door were "resisting arrest", worthy of a $500 fine and 30 days in jail.