“Robin Hood” Arraigned, Faces Three Years in Prison for Recording Police

James “Robin Hood” Cleaveland was in Keene district court today for an arraignment on three class A misdemeanor charges of “Disorderly Conduct”, “Disorderly Conduct”, and “Resisting Arrest”.  The charges stem from a bullshit arrest made at the scene of a suicide in Keene a couple of months ago where James was attempting to record video of the situation.

Here’s video from today’s arraignment.  The trial is set for 12/30 at 10am in Keene district court.

  • FlashF

    NH needs “Gannon’s Law” to constitutionally protect the public by holding law enforcement accountable. of course they do not want to be recorded as they violate the rights of their subjects. Gannon’s Law would be named after Michael Gannon, who was persecuted for revealing the rougeness of the police using video.

    • Bane

      This has nothing to do with recording, dipshit. Shit-for-brains police officer-wannabe Cleaveland was given a lawful order by the poilce, he refused to follow that order, and now he’s going to get what’s coming to him.

    • Bane’s Gay Lover

      Banes gonna get whats cumming on him…hint its ME!!!

  • Johnny Wishbone

    There should be people following the police and recording them all the time.

  • thinkliberty

    Wow they are using the court again with bogus charges against robinhooders, this is a long pattern of abuse.

    • Bane

      Wow – no, they are using to court to prosecute a criminal who deserves jail time. This isn’t about putting money in meters – this is about a freetard asshole who thinks he’s above the law.

  • Ian Battles

    So the fact that filming in public has been ruled a 1st Amendment right means nothing to this court?

    • Richard Bauman

      If you’re referring to the Glick case, then the “filming in public” as a 1st Amendment right is not absolute.

    • Bane

      Shhh … don’t tell them that, Richard. They all think they’re Constitutional law experts. If any of these fucktards actually read the Glick decision, they would see it was decided for a very narrow set of circumstances – none of which apply here.

      Shit-for-brains police officer-wannabe Cleaveland was given a lawful order, he refused to follow that order, which led to all of this. He’s going to jail – let’s hope that it’s at least 12-18 months.

    • PabloKOh

      18 Months $60,000. Big spenders spending other people’s hard work.

    • Bane

      Not any freetard’s hard work, that’s for sure. Y’all are deathly allergic to work and are more than happy to sponge off the rest of us while biting the hand that feeds you.

  • Adrian S

    At no point he challenged the jurisdiction of the court. “I represent myself” he’s done. lol