Ian’s Blog from Jail #1

[transcribed by Mail-to-Jail]

8/11/11

Ian Freeman

Hello from the Keene Spiritual Retreat, aka, the Cheshire County “House of Corrections!” In case you aren’t aware, I have been sentenced to 90 days here (plus 270 days “suspended”) for the “crime” of “obstructing government administration.” In other words, my friend Heika was being kidnapped by the people calling themselves the Keene Police because she was enjoying an afternoon in the park with an alcoholic beverage, and I chose to peacefully stand in front of  police car to prevent the kidnapper’s escape. Turns out, I merely delayed them for a few minutes before they kidnapped me and the other brave activists who stove in front of, and behind the police cruisers -Rich Paul, Meg McLain, and Wes Gilreath.

So began an odyssey into “legal land” that has lasted over a year. Apparently, waiting over a year for a trial is “speedy.” That is one of several absurdities about this sick, slow, stupid system to which we are all subjected, that I experienced personally. Here are some more “highlights,” which you will be able to see in the trio video, thanks to Talley.TV:

• KPD’s Jason Thompson admits that he doesn’t really think about liberty, even though it’s his fundamental duty to protect it, according to KPD’s “Statement of Ethics”

• KPD’s Colin Zamore appears to be oblivious to what “subject” means, even though he and fellow officers use it all the time to refer to us non-police-folk

• “judge” John P. Arnold claims the constitution does not apply in this case

• Arnold ejects members of the public from court under threat of violence because their moral or religious beliefs prevent them from standing for another man.

There are more, but I only have so much space. Another interesting aspect was the jury. This was the third jury trial in Keene, and the first time they have returned a non-guilty verdict. They found me not guilty of “resisting arrant.” Unfortunately, they found me guilty of the “obstructing” charge, which is why I am in jail. There had been jury nullification outreach done to the potential jurors and the concept was the cornerstone of my defense. Was their “not guilty” a nullification? I’d speculate it wasn’t, but simply their decision regarding the facts of the case. Perhaps someday we will know for sure, as I have heard NHJury.com intends to contact them with a survey.

So here I sit at the Keene Spiritual Retreat, as my work responsibilities go unmet and email piles up – I am having months of my life stolen from me because I delayed the police for five minutes! It’s a clear violation of NH Constitution Article 18, which says punishments should be proportionate to the crime. Of course, if you are reading this, you probably know the government people don’t give a damn about their founding document, or any of their rules, for that matter. Look at the camera/audio ban at “Superior Court” – it violates both the NH Constitution and RSA 91-A:4, but good luck getting anyone to enforce their own laws on their buddies!

I am already jotting down ideas for future blogs from jail – for now though, I bid you goodbye. First though, THANK YOU to all who came to my trial and to everyone who has moved or will be moving to New Hampshire as part of the Free State Project. The more people who come here and get active in the way that is right for them, the better our chances of someday living free. Special thanks to the financial uprooters or Mail-to-Jail.com – one of the most useful activist tools out there!

Thanks for reading,

Ian

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70 Comments

  1. Is this the letter that was read at the Free Speach event today? Sounds familiar,but the sound was bad.Thanks. —bil

  2. Wow – pretty nice kidnappers…letting him blog and all. A little disappointed that Ian didn't put quotation marks around any of the correctional people's titles – the effect is so fresh and empowering – so happy to see Ian hasn't lost his touch with the old and familiar. I find it mildly amusing that Ian STILL tries to get people to move to Liberty Land Keene, but certainly paints it to be any thing BUT Liberty Land. But that is okay….keep talking shit – it only guarantees an all expense paid trip BACK to the Keene Spiritual Retreat.

  3. Hello Matt,

    Just curious…If a persons behavior has not harmed anyone why should they be held in jail and specifically what needs to be "corrected" if nobody was harmed ?

    Overzealous "correction" in this country may be one reason why the United States has the highest % of people in jail of any country in the world. That hardly seems like "liberty land" to me, how about you?

  4. So Matt, do you have as much vitriol towards the Founding Father's, who told the British government to go to hell?

  5. @Bob c,

    Matt and "David" are not interested in reasoned discussion.

    May be you can open their eyes.

    They just want to spew their negativity

  6. Bob – I venture all over Keene…and feel as free as a bird. Never seem to have a problem with getting imprisoned. Then again – I admit I haven't had the urge to dig up Central Square for a vegetable garden or openly smoked pot while children walk by either (or offer it to them….as seen on one freekeene vid in the police lobby two years ago) – nor do I choose to stand out in front of the middle school with a bullhorn and signs yelling "School Sucks" as kids leave school to go home. Nor do I film the evil Census workers and condescend them with insults and post it on youtube for fellow nutjobs to make fun of. The list could go on and on and on and on and on and on. FREEDOM!

    Brodie – Here we go with the idolizing of the founding fathers – those pesky old slave owners. If Ian Freeman stood in front of George Washington's Horse and refused to move – I wonder if George would have been amused. Probably not. Is that vitriolic enough for you?

    David-Keene – I see and help as I can with people in the Keene area who have real needs; from food for the homeless, and person's with mental/physical challenges that deserve a dose of human spirit, which to me is far more important to me than standing downtown and baiting police to come break up a open 4:20 event, getting what you wished for and then crying foul….as if they have any control over what laws are created. You morons keep fighting the WRONG people – you don't want to get it – so be it. You think I'm negative because I disagree with much of what Ian does – I think you're negative for thinking it is doing more good than bad. So round and round we go.

  7. BTW Bob – do I think Ian should have gotten 90 days in jail for his little stunt? No – I think that is pretty steep quite honestly. I personally think he got that as a culmination of things through the years. The courts dismiss things all the time, to which Ian gloats as a "WIN" – when it really isn't. If Ian wants to protest stuff, so be it – I don't care. But you can't stick a camera in another human beings face all the time and talk smack about them all over the place and expect them to keep arching their back as the dildo gets rammed in and out. Like his little tax paying events…walking in there and paying in one dollar bills and bringing a pizza with him for people like he is a friend – when he really isn't – he openly bitch slaps anyone who isn't on his "side" all the time. Want to win the hearts and minds over of the community you live in? Don't treat them like shit. Of course, that is just my opinion – and this is just a quick breakdown written on the fly.

  8. Yes, shut up, pay your quit rents, Citzens, just like the Founders would have done. Oh, wait…

  9. Yes, shut up, pay your quit rents, Citzens, just like the Founders would have done. Oh, wait…

    The founders went ballistic over a what, ONE percent tax? Compare that to the TWENTY plus percent that is stolen from us today.

    People seem to think that injustice only happened in the past. Never in the present.

  10. You realize that the revolutionists weren't protesting taxation as a system in general, right?

    There's plenty of injustice happening nowadays…that doesn't mean Free Keene is akin to the Civil Rights Movement, nor should it be treated as such.

  11. 'I'm holy_canole the FreeKeene Troll, and I approved this message'

    LOL

    Check out 'Conceived in Liberty' by Rothbard, a colonial history. It's pretty clear that people moved away from Europe into the wilderness to get away from taxes and busybodies, and they were much disturbed when those things followed them across.

    Back to yer bridge

  12. Woah, if I read liberty propaganda I will find liberty-sympathetic arguments? SHOCKING!

  13. Er

  14. How eloquent.

  15. maybe you'll learn something there

  16. "Check out ‘Conceived in Liberty’ by Rothbard, a colonial history. It’s pretty clear that people moved away from Europe into the wilderness to get away from taxes and busybodies, and they were much disturbed when those things followed them across."

    Then move sway from Keene, into the wilderness. Problem solved.

  17. There’s plenty of injustice happening nowadays…that doesn’t mean Free Keene is akin to the Civil Rights Movement, nor should it be treated as such.

    And I'm sure during the civil rights movement someone said "this isn't akin to the anti-slavery movement, nor should it be treated as such."

    You're viewing things through a prism that neglects the fact that history isn't written yet. How do you know that 50 years from now what is happening here in NH won't be referred to as the "Liberty Movement" and revered as much as the Civil Rights Movement is, now?

    How do you know that what is starting here won't be viewed as an evolution that should have happened hundreds of years earlier?

  18. "And I’m sure during the civil rights movement someone said “this isn’t akin to the anti-slavery movement, nor should it be treated as such.”"

    Which is true, is it not?

    "You’re viewing things through a prism that neglects the fact that history isn’t written yet. How do you know that 50 years from now what is happening here in NH won’t be referred to as the “Liberty Movement” and revered as much as the Civil Rights Movement is, now?"

    I don't, but that doesn't mean I'm obligated to treat it as such.

    (As a side note….when liberty activists in Keene start getting hosed down by the fire department, or lynched, then I'll be more likely to agree with you.)

    "How do you know that what is starting here won’t be viewed as an evolution that should have happened hundreds of years earlier?"

    Again, it certainly could be…but that doesn't mean there is any current evidence that it will.

    The fact that you (and others) put this movement on such a pedestal is just as biased as me (and others) claiming it's not worth all the fuss….YOU don't know how history will view it, either.

  19. Good job avoiding my first comment about taxation, too, by the way.

  20. Good job avoiding my first comment about taxation, too, by the way.

    Wow! You caught me red handed! I tried so hard to avoid answering that terribly difficult question!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! There is no where I can go from here… I must answer it!

    You realize that the revolutionists weren’t protesting taxation as a system in general, right?

    Yes.

    /yawn

  21. "Wow! You caught me red handed! I tried so hard to avoid answering that terribly difficult question!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! There is no where I can go from here… I must answer it!"

    Glad you feel that way.

    "Yes.

    /yawn"

    So then why are you insinuating that the founding fathers would be on your side of this anti-tax system debate?

  22. "There’s plenty of injustice happening nowadays…that doesn’t mean Free Keene is to the Civil Rights Movement, nor should it be treated as such.

    And I’m sure during the civil rights movement someone said “this isn’t akin to the anti-slavery movement, nor should it be treated as such.”

    You’re viewing things through a prism that neglects the fact that history isn’t written yet. How do you know that 50 years from now what is happening here in NH won’t be referred to as the “Liberty Movement” and revered as much as the Civil Rights Movement is, now?

    How do you know that what is starting here won’t be viewed as an evolution that should have happened hundreds of years earlier?"

    What on EARTH makes you think the antics of your group will even be remembered, let alone cared about by anyone who isn't directly involved? Sorry (not really) to be blunt, but WHAT THE FUCK ARE YOU ASSHOLES FIGHTING FOR? The civil rights movement was fighting for equal rights for all citizens, plain and simple. You are fighting for the right to sit in front of a cop car, to smoke pot on central square, to yell thru megaphones at middle school children or to sell lemonade? Do you REALLY not see the disconnect?

    Yeah, maybe some one will remember you. But most likely it will be accompanied by a shake of the head and a mutter of "assholes".

  23. Sorry (not really) to be blunt, but WHAT THE FUCK ARE YOU ASSHOLES FIGHTING FOR?

    The freedom to live your life without others having the ability to initiate aggression against you. It is so simple that even you should understand it by now, David.

    The civil rights movement was fighting for equal rights for all citizens, plain and simple.

    The liberty movement is fighting for freedom for all citizens, plain and simple. Freedom to do as you wish so long as you don't harm another individual or that individuals property.

    You are fighting for the right to sit in front of a cop car, to smoke pot on central square, to yell thru megaphones at middle school children or to sell lemonade? Do you REALLY not see the disconnect?

    I think it is you who doesn't see the disconnect.

    People are smoking pot on central square as a protest because they cannot smoke pot in their house… without violence being used to put them into a jail cell.

    People are selling lemonade as a protest because of tyrannical laws which interfere with the ability for private consensual exchange.

    People are protesting public schools because they're funded by theft.

    Yeah, maybe some one will remember you. But most likely it will be accompanied by a shake of the head and a mutter of “assholes”.

    Your lifelong indoctrination is showing, tuck it back in before someone else sees. Why are you trolling a website which is focused on the premise that peacful non-aggressive people shouldn't be aggressed against in the first instance?

    Are you really that much of a control freak that you just can't stand the idea of people being able to live their lives in a way that you disagree with? You just NEED government and government agents to force people to do things they don't want to do? You just cant STAND the idea of leaving your neighbor alone?

    We here in the liberty movement want you to be left alone David. You and the likes of you who oppose the liberty movement do not want to leave people alone.

    That is the disconnect.

  24. David-I have warned you-stop confusing the matter! Of course these are issues discussed over the dinner table in millions of homes each evening. To dismiss them as non -issues is just plain… well,pretty much calling it as it is. But if you had been to the first Free Speech Friday on the Common,and heard the strong display of… well,mostly disinterest… I am sure you would-um-feel the same way. With all the real bullshit going on in the world,and all the causes to be faught for,to see the effort being put into this is rather disheartening.What would some of these folks do in the real world? Say South Central,or Oakland,or any other place where people have real concerns like what to eat,or no prospect of a job,or where to sleep.Disconnect is a mild word for it. I am all for freedom,and I also believe our freedoms are being impinged upon. But where are the priorities. I don't get it either. —bil

  25. I am all for freedom,and I also believe our freedoms are being impinged upon. But where are the priorities. I don’t get it either. —bil

    So you're all for freedom… and agree that freedom is being sucked straight out to sea, yet you come here to critique and thumb your nose at the people who are putting their freedom on the line so that the freedom you're all for is respected?

    Or maybe you're just more for freedom that YOU think people should have… and you're upset when people fight for freedoms YOU DON'T THINK they should have.

    The priorities? The priorities for free staters is not in California. The priorities for free staters are HERE in New Hampshire.

  26. "We here in the liberty movement want you to be left alone David. You and the likes of you who oppose the liberty movement do not want to leave people alone."

    Then leave US the fuck alone. YOU moved HERE .

    You have no idea what liberty is.

    bil, you are absolutely correct. 100%. I would LOVE to drop these idiots off on the corner where I went to school, with their choice of a bullhorn or a side arm, and see just how long they last. In a three horse race with freekeene, the crips and bloods, freekeene would never make it out of the gate.

  27. And I mentioned those places not that they should be the priorities for freekeene.If freekeene is happy fighting for the right to smoke pot on the common while selling lemonade,go for it.I wish I had the time to worry about whether I would be shut down for selling homemade cookies on the Common. (They were very good,by the way.Especially the spice ones.) I just don't understand all the sound and fury over what is actually a small 'problem'. (That will get me in trouble!) With all the causes to pick,coming to Keene to fight these particular ones is beyond me. What about arbitrary zoning rules that control how you use your own land and house? Get mad about pot smoking in your own house,yet no-one cares that some bureaucrat can make a rule how many cars in your driveway or what size your fence is. I have found that most cops around here don't give a rats ass if you are smoking pot,just don't be blowing the smoke in their face. It is easy to come to a laid-back small city and jump all over the cops. Try it where the big boys play. I am not against fighting for whatever degree of freedom you want. I am against random stupidity practiced in groups over something that was not an issue until you pushed everyones face in it. So if this is how my freedoms are being protected,then yes, I am thumbing my nose. So what?? —bil

  28. You go, bil.

  29. Then leave US the fuck alone.

    I recall asking you before to name one thing that a liberty activist did, other than offend your delicate sensibilities, to infringe on your life. You were unable to name a single thing.

    It would seem you ARE being left alone.

    YOU moved HERE .

    Right…. I moved here when my head emerged from my mother in Exeter, New Hampshire in 1980.

    You have no idea what liberty is.

    I think I do, "David." I took people's freedom away and made them criminals for over eleven years of my life…. people who did things that never harmed a hair on someone else's head or grain of dirt on someone else's property. I used state approved violence against peaceful people on a daily basis.

    I think I'm qualified to speak on what freedom is.

    YOU'RE the one with a version of "liberty" that is quite warped. Your "liberty" becomes infringed when people protesting your telling others what they can and cannot do. A truly indoctrinated way of viewing things.

    "Liberty" is the status quo, right "David?"

  30. bil and "David" are trolls

    They are a waste of time to talk to

    I wish I could get tht time back

    But at least I can let others know so they don't waste their time under the belief that they could be reasoned with

    🙂

  31. "I think I’m qualified to speak on what freedom is.

    YOUR the one with a version of “liberty” that is quite warped. You’re “liberty” becomes infringed when people protesting your telling others what they can and cannot do. A truly indoctrinated way of viewing things."

    Simply because you were a bad cop, that makes you qualified to speak on what freedom and liberty are? Obviously not.

  32. Don't feed the trolls maybe they will go away….I'm sure there ARE some people that can be reasoned with "David" and "bil" are not that hence : "trolls"

  33. If freekeene is happy fighting for the right to smoke pot on the common while selling lemonade,go for it.

    When will you people figure this out: these protests occur on the common because the acts are inherently illegal.

    Why are there not people standing around on the common holding switchblade knives in protest???????

    Because it isn't illegal to possess switchblade knives. Get it?

    I wish I had the time to worry about whether I would be shut down for selling homemade cookies on the Common. (They were very good,by the way.Especially the spice ones.)

    Well, since you don't, aren't you glad that there are people who do… and who are willing to fight for your right to voluntarily engage in peaceful commerce with another?

    I just don’t understand all the sound and fury over what is actually a small ‘problem’. (That will get me in trouble!)

    You think the drug war is a small problem? You think children/adults having their peaceful exchanges infringed on by the state is a small problem?

    To me, you're the one with misplaced priorities.

    Just because there isn't a genocide or ethnic cleansing occurring in Cheshire County, it doesn't mean that enforcement of victimless crime laws is any less immoral.

    With all the causes to pick,coming to Keene to fight these particular ones is beyond me. What about arbitrary zoning rules that control how you use your own land and house?

    Google "jailed over a couch." Ian fought (and went to jail) for YOUR right to do with your own land and house.

    Get mad about pot smoking in your own house,yet no-one cares that some bureaucrat can make a rule how many cars in your driveway or what size your fence is.

    Of course we oppose rules like that.

    I have found that most cops around here don’t give a rats ass if you are smoking pot,just don’t be blowing the smoke in their face. It is easy to come to a laid-back small city and jump all over the cops. Try it where the big boys play.

    Once again, trotting out the ol' "you don't have it bad here, look over there" is a sure sign that your argument is baseless.

    I am not against fighting for whatever degree of freedom you want. I am against random stupidity practiced in groups over something that was not an issue until you pushed everyones face in it.

    Let me tell you something, bil: I've smashed people's front doors in over marijuana, put people in jail for marijuana, and caused quite a few kids to get kicked out of college for marijuana. This naivete that you're displaying is exactly what most state reps have up in Concord. Ie: "People don't go to jail for marijuana!"

    Guess what, they do. Upwards of 30% of any given county jail is full of people for VOP's for testing positive for cannabanoids.

    You have no idea what you're talking about.

    So if this is how my freedoms are being protected,then yes, I am thumbing my nose. So what?? —bil

    You have every right to thumb your nose. I have every right to view you as a dim bulb who really isn't educated on the topics that he attempts to critique others on.

  34. Thank you david-keene, for being the voice of reason, and such an eloquent spokesman for freekeene.

    You truly are the poster child of freekeene.

  35. Don’t feed the trolls maybe they will go away….I’m sure there ARE some people that can be reasoned with “David” and “bil” are not that hence : “trolls”

    I just cannot help myself. I feel like a zoo keeper with a bucket of raw hamburger tending to a cage full of lions.

    I particularly like this bil character. I really like his claiming to support things he really doesn't, but I like his name missing an L and not being a pronoun even better.

  36. Since you brought up the cage, brad, how much more time does Ian nonfreeman have. Do I need one more case, or two?

  37. Simply because you were a bad cop, that makes you qualified to speak on what freedom and liberty are? Obviously not.

    You seem to imply that I was a bad cop due to the list of things that I said I partook in. Considering that list of things is what EVERY cop partakes in, you would seem to be saying that cops are bad.

    I disagree that cops are inherently bad. I believe most police officers are decent people who want to serve their communities and help people. In carrying out the whims of politicians, they're hurting peaceful people and doing bad things.

    Was I a perfect cop? Far from it. I am an incredibly flawed human creature. I did what I thought was right until I realized that enforcing "the law" blindly causes peaceful people to be harmed. I'd like for one day all cops to become "peace officers" again. Andy Griffith style.

  38. VOP Voice Over Packet

    VOP Voice of Prophecy

    VOP Virginia Organizing Project (Charlottesville, VA)

    VOP Violation of Probation

    VOP Video Object Plane

    VOP Velocity of Propagation

    VOP Voice of Peace

    VoP Voice of the Process

    VOP Voice of People

    VOP Value of Production (cost of goods without freight and duty)

    VOP Vendor On Premises

    VOP Violation of Parole

    VoP Variation of Price

    VOP Voice-Operator (IRC)

    VoP Vow of Poverty (gaming)

    VOP Variation of Parameters (differential equations)

    VOP Voices of Praiz

    VOP Very Old People

    VOP Victims Of Pleasure (band)

    VOP Viscous Oil Pump

    VOP Very Old Pale (High Quality Brandy)

    VOP Violate Order of Protection (criminal justice)

    VOP Vendor Original Promise (Sprint)

    VOP Value Options Package (automotive upgrade package)

    I particularly like Very Old People, Victims Of Pleasure, and Viscous Oil Pump.

    But if I'm having a brandy, make it VSOP.

  39. So let me see if I get this straight. Someone is sentenced for a crime. They agree to terms of parole. They violate those terms of parole, and there should be no punishment for that?

    That seems logical and outcome based.

  40. Boy,Brad-you have a lot of pent-up guilt inside-let it out here on the 'trolls', it will make you feel better. You sound like the reformed alcoholic that has seen the light,now everyone else better see it,damnit! I too would have bad feelings if I had done all that stuff to innocent people.Have you tried to make it up to them,personally? I am sure some guy you beat up and tossed into jail is feeling better reading about the 4:20 group on the common. I too would like to see all the cops be like Andy Griffith,we have too many Barney Fifes already. That brandy is sounding good,David. —bil

  41. Have you tried to make it up to them,personally?

    I deeply regret and feel guilt for a lot of the things I've done to people who committed victimless "crimes." I've not reached out to anyone personally, yet… But there are some people who I believe I owe restitution to. I'm working on making money right now so I can make good on it.

  42. "Why are there not people standing around on the common holding switchblade knives in protest???????

    Because it isn’t illegal to possess switchblade knives. Get it?"

    Was there some rash of crime in Keene with people using switchblades?

    Have sales of these knives skyrocketed now that they are legal?

    This is the success you hang your hat on?

    Power to the people, baby!

    You're right, brad, fifty years from now there will be a monument in Keene to your movement. It will be a topless woman smoking a joint(perhaps eternal flame like), slicing lemons with a switchblade for her lemonade stand, under a banner which states "School Sucks". Perhaps a reflecting pool of endless lemonade? Too much? No!

    All the great things your group has brought to the desolate little outpost on the fringe of freedom.

    You must be so proud.

  43. “I think I’m qualified to speak on what freedom is.

    YOUR the one with a version of “liberty” that is quite warped. You’re “liberty” becomes infringed when people protesting your telling others what they can and cannot do. A truly indoctrinated way of viewing things.”

    I think I’m qualified to speak on what freedom is.

    YOU’RE the one with a version of “liberty” that is quite warped. Your “liberty” becomes infringed when people protesting your telling others what they can and cannot do. A truly indoctrinated way of viewing things.

    Nice catch on the your/you're. I was wondering if you did that to bait me. It didn't work, then you changed it.

    Using some of those bad cop tactics again brad?

  44. That was a real life grammatical screw up :). There is another error in there too but I just didn't feel like fixing it.

  45. Hahahahaha that was a good one. 🙂

    Despite our staunch differing of opinions, I'll surely give you credit for coming up with funny shit 😛

  46. So you know brad, humor only works if there is some truth in it. If you think a lemonade monument or revised MLK speech is funny, perhaps you realize Your Shit's Fucked Up.

  47. Dear Ian,

    I hope you enjoy your 90 day vacation in jail. I wish they could keep you there longer. And maybe round up all of your friends to join you. We the people of Keene want all of you to go away. You and your minions speak about everyone infringing on your personal liberty./ Well what about my personal liberties? You don't really care about what others want, you just prod and pick and inflame minor situations until they blow up as large as your ego. Are the beds comfortable in the new jail? are the measl good? are you enjoying the free internet access. If so you can thank me and the thousands of others that paid for that jail with our taxes. How about we send you a bill for the amount it cost us to house you? That way you coudl refuse to pay it and we would be able to put you back there, or maybe ship you to the state prison, or maybe to some prison out of state. Then you could start new "protests" in your new home and show some new people waha idiotic assholes you and the free keene people really are.

  48. I know why "David" is on here SO much it's because he drove all the real people away and now he lives in here

  49. ….Up above here, "bil" sez: "Try it where the big boys play. I am not against fighting for whatever degree of freedom…",…..Think about that, "bil"…"where the BIG BOYS play"…"where the big boys PLAY."…..Really, that's *ALL* this is – the cops, the courts, the judge, the jail & jailors, even the "FreeWeenies", & "Freekeene" & Ian, &etc.,….All children, playing games……That means you, too, "Bill", & "matt"….even me. We are all children, playing games. Bob Chambers is an ex- Marlow, NH cop who murdered Russel Bean, and has gotten away with it, *SO*FAR*…Bob & his wife, Deb, run the 100Nights drop-in & homeless shelter…

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