Help Defend Self-Defense Rights in New Hampshire!!

Tommy Mozingo and I have retained the services of Attorney Brandon Ross and Attorney Seth Hipple to fight the horrible restraining order which turns specifically legal activity into “contempt of court.” If it were illegal in the first place, why would they need to have convinced a judge to make it contempt?

The first phase of our case in the Superior Court should run us around $1500. All donated funds will go directly to Attorney Hipple and Attorney Ross to fight the illegal regulations of the University System of New Hampshire which restrict firearm and knife possession on public property.

The Chip-in page can be found here.

Please consider donating and coming to the hearing on 12/13/11 at 2:30PM in the Grafton Superior Court to stand up for your, and everyone else’s, right to self-defense! Don’t let the state take away your natural, constitutional, and statutory rights to defend yourself without a fight!

People in government should know that every effort they put forward to strip self-defense freedom from us, The People, will be met with vicious opposition!

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6 Comments

  1. Where's my competition…???…

    I left this topic

    comment-less over 6 hours ago…!!!…

    *NO*BODY* wants "first comment", huh…???…

    OK, we'll let THIS nobody take it…

    **FIRST**COMMENT**…**WOO-HOO**…

    Asterisks make every comment special…

    -and-

    Jardis does have a very valid legal point here-

    Can a judge in NH make something "legal" also be "contempt of court"…???…

    Reminds me of when Keene Police Persecutor Eli "E-lies" Rivera attempted to make otherwise legal acts on Ian's part constitute "criminal conspiracy"…

    That didn't get very far, did it, Rivera…???…

    Too many commenters miss the fact that most of the "Freeweenies" "actions"

    *DO* involve legitimate legal questions…

    Too bad we don't have any REAL courts or judges in NH…

    What, you think *BURKE* is a REAL judge…???…

    You're not a judge, you're a joke, Burke…

    So, maybe somebody ELSE has something to say…???…

    2nd comment, anybody…???…

    🙂

    ~tKoK.

  2. The University System (USNH) has been violating the law for years. Just like the recent court case forcing Tamworth Fire Department not to restrict the Second Amendment of its volunteer firefighters, the USNH, another political subdivision, has illegally restricted the right of responsible gun ownership, even to those who once carried M4 carbines in foreign countries in the service of our country. Knowing they have no leg to stand on, legally speaking, they have fallen back on the one tactic they know: having the resources of the state they can harass you by causing you legal fees, public defamation (attempted embarrassment), and onerous time commitments—all with the help of an amenable justice. This is state-sponsored harassment. Today it’s you. Tomorrow it could be me. As one who attended West Point, I can’t help but notice a sad irony. Within eyeshot of the proceedings stands the Doug DiCenzo Bridge, commemorating a 1995 Plymouth High graduate who went on to West Point and was tragically killed on 25 May 2006 while serving his country–and defending our constitutional freedoms–as an Army officer.

  3. I just found out you need a permit in New Hampshire to start even a little camp fire. I hope thats one of those rules that dont get enforced because it is STUPID. Does the gubmint really think that making people have their permission to have even a small campfire is going to make it any safer? Its kind of like guns too. Its not like having a permit is going to make somebody more or less likely to shoot somebody else

  4. Yup. Sux, don't it, SmashCap? I tried to start a little camp-fire the other day, just to keep warm, but my matches didn't work. Couldn't figure out why?

    So, next day, I went to the Fire Department, and got a fire permit…(it had rained recently…)

    AMAZING! Now after getting that permit, my matches work like MAGIC!

    Ain't NH great, or what?…

    what

  5. You guys should contact the Second Amendment Foundation. They are willing to assist in real cases. Also give Alan Gura a call, he might want to advise behind the scenes or set you up with a competent attorney who will.

    Best of Luck!

  6. SMASH CAPITALISM said:

    I just found out you need a permit in New Hampshire to start even a little camp fire. I hope thats one of those rules that dont get enforced because it is STUPID. Does the gubmint really think that making people have their permission to have even a small campfire is going to make it any safer? Its kind of like guns too. Its not like having a permit is going to make somebody more or less likely to shoot somebody else

    I just wanted to point out one exception in the law:

    227-L:17 Permits; Damages; Penalties. –

    II. No person, firm, or corporation shall kindle or cause to be kindled any fire or shall burn or cause to be burned any material, and no city or town shall kindle or maintain a fire on a public dump, except when the ground is covered with snow, without first obtaining a written permit from the forest fire warden of the town where the burning is to be done unless it is in the presence of the warden or the warden's agent.

    So, you do not need a permit when the ground is covered in snow.

    Sorry for the delay in getting back to you about that.

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