How to Write to Derrick J

Derrick JDerrick J is now in population and can be written mail via Mail-to-Jail or you can write him directly at:

Derrick Horton
Cheshire County D.O.C.
825 Marlboro Road
Keene, NH 03431

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28 Comments

  1. If we want to bail him out, how do we go about doing that?

    You know, since his fellow keaniacs aren't going to.

  2. Oh thats easy, just embezzle the 5,000 ,oooopppps the 20 dollars in the FK ad fund.

  3. Hello Derrick (Cupcake),

    My name is Candy, I reside in the state facility here in Berlin. Your commrade Ademo escaped my clutches once but I am almost certain you will be fortunate enough to meet me once your sentenced.

    I am a 6'4" 310 pound burly DOM and I just want to assure you that your protection and safety will be guaranteed once you arrive as my cell mate. Just an FYI Im on the bottom bunk.

    Aside from that I am looking forward to showing you the "liberty" focused atmosphere of a state prison. Your flamboyant and open mindedness on things like,

    open homosexuality, outreaching to school aged children and "just wanting to be left alone" are going to be a big hit up here with the white supremacy movement and the nation of islam brotherhood.

    I speak on behalf of all the sexually frustrated lifers here when I say your work in the community is going to be a "breath of fresh air" you tall glass of water you!

    In closing derrick (cupcake) THATS your new name by the way, I would just like to end with the following words of comfort.

    "Put your trust in the Lord, your ass belongs tom me"

    "Welcome to Shawshank gentlemen!! "

    Oh and PS

    Please dont ask the warden when dinner time is, his captain of the guards gets all crazy and shit when people do that, last time he beat a man senseless with his club.

    Toodles,

    Master CandyCane…. xxooxxoo

  4. If we write to Derrick, should we write slowly, in large letters with a crayon?

  5. Why are you ignoring questions about bail, Ian? Is it because you'd rather keep Derrick in jail? Why would you want to keep a fellow activist caged when there are people offering to get him out?

  6. It's interesting that even the thread about Derrick's arrest is now completely ignoring him in favor of an argument over whose philosophy is most pure.

    Apparently ya'll are completely OK with your friend being caged. Real loyal bunch you have there. That definitely makes me want to move to join the FSP or FK.

  7. Anyone thinking about moving to Keene should keep in mind that your fellow activists will videotape you being thrown in a cage, will complain about you being thrown in a cage, will write to you while you're in that cage, but your activists will do nothing that might actually help get you out of that cage. They don't care about you. Just look at the facebook pictures of them partying while Derrick was kidnapped and caged. If they'd pooled their funds, they could have bailed him out. Instead, they bought tickets to a costume party.

    Is this the group you want to be associated with?

  8. Despotic Keene,

    It is a risky investment to bail out activists who break the law repeatedly while already on release. If someone breaks the law when released on your dime, all of your money could be seized by the court.

    I've warned people involved in this risky activism that eventually they'll be sentenced as career criminals. I disagree with victimless crime laws too, but, the current state of law doesn't…. and the state prison becomes a very real possibility the more times people rack up convictions.

    I'd suggest all civilly disobedient activists expecting arrests to read every word of NH RSA Chapter 651 very very very very very closely: http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/NHTOC/NH

    I think ACA John Webb (the guy who prosecutes all the activists) has been quite lenient on charging and sentencing… especially around the issue of bail. I really can't imagine that he would continue to be that way with police pursuits now happening.

  9. Brad,

    I was not intending to criticize you in my post; you're probably the only FK member who I actually respect. I think you're wrong on the issues, but I respect you and your approach. My comments were aimed at Ian Bernard, Lynn Sieradzki, Adam Mueller, et al who recruit and encourage kids to do stupid shit, but disappear as soon as the kid gets in trouble. They get the profit, while some dumb kid gets the time.

    That's what offends me more than anything about Free Keene: it's cowardice. You never see Ian out there on camera doing the "civil disobedience." You might hear his voice in the background afterwards, but he's never around when the shit goes down.

    Ian thinks of himself as a latter day Dr. King? I don't remember seeing MLK sitting in the hotel while his supporters went out and got their asses kicked. I do remember MLK being right there in the front row, volunteering to be the first to take a nightstick or a firehose. If Dr. King could do that, time after time after time, how can Ian be afraid to take a citation?

  10. Alternatively, if I was John Webb, the next time a member of Free Keene violated a no trespass order or resisted arrest, I'd issue warrants for the lot of them on conspiracy charges. Derrick deserves to be in a cage, but he's not the only one.

  11. Despotic Keene, I have repeatedly called FreeKeeners out as the Lying Hypocrites that they are. The FSP has some valid ideas. FreeKeene (there is a HUGE difference) is a bunch of juvenile idiots.

  12. Have to agree with despotic Brad,

    You are really casting the pearls before the swine by your association. FK is to cavenen as you are to rationality.

    It may be time for a legitiate Coup De'tat on your part !! A benevolent power grab if you will…Seriously Brad, you could really up the legitamecy of this group by coming closer to the middle of the rational divide that FK finds itself on the outer orbits.

  13. Unlike Ian, I dont see you as one who will scapegoat people for the pleasure of a soundbite….

    And Im sorry but libertarians are not a leaderless, classless people. They are quite the opposite and that would be a good thing if you could embrace traditional libertarianism…..It would need a leader though…

    Anarchy is a pipedream which will never come to fruition by any society lest we lose our minds all together…

  14. I believe most of the trolls respect you when we disagree and that's a huge difference. Ian can not command that which he does not possess or can give to others.

    Screaming, crying and videotape editing can not give one respect either….

  15. Im sorry but just 1 more observation, the medical marijuana issue..

    We may agree or disagree. Tell me if im wrong but I feel you support it out of genuine concern for those suffering who it may help.

    Where as A Freekeener just wants to be able to light up a doobie in a school yard..

    You see its all about rationale. Not necessarily substance…

  16. Brad,

    I was not intending to criticize you in my post; you’re probably the only FK member who I actually respect. I think you’re wrong on the issues, but I respect you and your approach.

    Well, I'm honored to have your respect, even though I have no clue who you are. For the record, I'm not a "Free Keene member" of any kind. I blog on FreeKeene.com and am a member at the KAC… but that is about it.

    Jason Talley, for example, is not a "Free Keene member" (as it is thought…). He is just an Air Force veteran turned anarcho-journalist who is living in Keene right now. I think associations really skew things sometimes.

    I'd love to know what issues you disagree with me on.

    My comments were aimed at Ian Bernard, Lynn Sieradzki, Adam Mueller, et al who recruit and encourage kids to do stupid shit, but disappear as soon as the kid gets in trouble. They get the profit, while some dumb kid gets the time.

    I agree with you insofar as everything goes except financial. I know Ian quite well, and although he does profit off of his and others activism, I truly believe his intentions are notable. I've never had any reason to suspect anything but.

    That’s what offends me more than anything about Free Keene: it’s cowardice. You never see Ian out there on camera doing the “civil disobedience.” You might hear his voice in the background afterwards, but he’s never around when the shit goes down.

    I respectfully disagree.

    He has intentionally stood peacefully in front of a police vehicle when he disagreed with the arresting officer. I would say that qualifies as civil disobedience, no?

    The police are not the people to fight with about issues of public policy. I think the police are the people you should want on your side about changes in public policy.

    That is just my humble opinion.

    Ian thinks of himself as a latter day Dr. King? I don’t remember seeing MLK sitting in the hotel while his supporters went out and got their asses kicked. I do remember MLK being right there in the front row, volunteering to be the first to take a nightstick or a firehose. If Dr. King could do that, time after time after time, how can Ian be afraid to take a citation?

    I really think that most people's beliefs about Ian's persona is incorrect.

    The reality is that he is a world-wide known radio personality (top 100) as well as a "celebrity" in the liberty movement. I consider him to be a personal friend and I spend time with him almost weekly. The man really doesn't seem to even understand the reality of how "famous" he is.

    He really is a good dude if you get to know him, one-on-one. My ex-girlfriend Aimee used to hate listening to him on Free Talk Live, but thought he was really nice in person. Just an example for ya.

    I (and many others) just really dislike some of his approaches to activism.

    (I stand firmly behind the City Council "Drinking Game" though. I helped him and Sam plan that one.)

    I'm trying to persuade him to think of things from a different angle.

    Alternatively, if I was John Webb, the next time a member of Free Keene violated a no trespass order or resisted arrest, I’d issue warrants for the lot of them on conspiracy charges. Derrick deserves to be in a cage, but he’s not the only one.

    I can't imagine the CA's office will be so lenient for so long if political winds change.

    I've seen ACA Webb go really really really easy on some of these things. I don't think he has gotten enough acknowledgement for it though.

    Judge Arnold too.

    Have to agree with despotic Brad,

    You are really casting the pearls before the swine by your association. FK is to cavenen as you are to rationality.

    It may be time for a legitiate Coup De’tat on your part !! A benevolent power grab if you will…Seriously Brad, you could really up the legitamecy of this group by coming closer to the middle of the rational divide that FK finds itself on the outer orbits.

    Well, I hear this from people quite frequently actually. My response is simple: Ian Freeman is a friend of mine and FreeKeene.com is a very popular libertarian website.

    I respect people who are brave enough to risk their freedom for their ideals. I respectfully can disagree with the need to do so, or how doing so is done.

    Im sorry but just 1 more observation, the medical marijuana issue..

    We may agree or disagree. Tell me if im wrong but I feel you support it out of genuine concern for those suffering who it may help.

    Where as A Freekeener just wants to be able to light up a doobie in a school yard..

    You see its all about rationale. Not necessarily substance…

    I genuinely want sick people to be protected from criminal prosecution if smoked marijuana relieves them of suffering of any kind, whatsoever.

    Then again… I genuinely want non-sick people to be protected from criminal prosecution if smoked marijuana after a long day at work makes them happy.

    Here's a good story for you… my father told me this one.

    He was in the Air Force during Vietnam in Wiesbaden, Germany (near some awesome beer halls, that I've actually been to… that's a different story for another time, should we meet some day…). He told me that the Air Force central command criminal investigators came to the air base to search for illegal drugs. They found so much hash in the Air Police barracks that they literally stopped having to search PERIOD.

    The cops had all the marijuana, just like everyone else.

    Did you know the only exempt people from the Gun Control Act of 1968's prohibition on firearm ownership while being a user of marijuana are government employees? Specifically police officers?

    Really –> http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/925

    Why?

    Imagine all the federal prosecutions for all the cops that fail drug tests. Boy would THAT be bad PR.

    Too much hypocrisy on the drug issues for me.

    People just need to have freedom to use their bodies how they see fit. If they hurt someone, act out and harm someone inadvertently, or victimize someone… that is when they need to be punished.

  17. Ian Freeman is famous? HAHAHAHA – oh wow. Not even the people in Keene who hate him could actually tell you his name. Famous. LOL.

    Maybe you meant to say he is well liked in libertarian circles who spend their time fighting radio dials at night for optimal AM reception.

  18. Another one bites the dust

    Another one bites the dust

    And another one gone, and another one gone

    Another one bites the dust

    Hey, I'm gonna get you too

    Another one bites the dust

    tick… tick… tick… times running out!!!

  19. Bradley Jardis on Wed, 4th Apr 2012 8:15 pm

    I’d love to know what issues you disagree with me on.

    —–

    Guns, for one. I tend to favor stricter regulation of firearms and definitely don't think we should allow them on college campuses or public property generally – aside from parks during hunting season. I just can't think of a legitimate reason why a college freshman needs to be packing in Math 101.

    Bradley Jardis on Wed, 4th Apr 2012 8:15 pm

    I agree with you insofar as everything goes except financial. I know Ian quite well, and although he does profit off of his and others activism, I truly believe his intentions are notable. I’ve never had any reason to suspect anything but.

    I really think that most people’s beliefs about Ian’s persona is incorrect.

    The reality is that he is a world-wide known radio personality (top 100) as well as a “celebrity” in the liberty movement. I consider him to be a personal friend and I spend time with him almost weekly. The man really doesn’t seem to even understand the reality of how “famous” he is.

    He really is a good dude if you get to know him, one-on-one. My ex-girlfriend Aimee used to hate listening to him on Free Talk Live, but thought he was really nice in person. Just an example for ya.

    I (and many others) just really dislike some of his approaches to activism.

    Ian might be a decent guy one-on-one or when he's just hanging out. However, my only interactions with him have been watching him through FK events. He doesn't come across as a good guy on camera or on these forums. He comes across as a narcissistic asshole who loves to incite others into doing stupid things while he stands clear of trouble. I realize that you've interacted with him more closely than I have, but since I can only go on what I've seen, I stand by my statement.

  20. Little ian comes off as a narcissistic asshole because he is a narcissistic asshole.

    Kinda simple, actually.

  21. Bradley Jardis on Wed, 4th Apr 2012 8:15 pm

    I’d love to know what issues you disagree with me on.

    —–

    Guns, for one. I tend to favor stricter regulation of firearms and definitely don’t think we should allow them on college campuses or public property generally – aside from parks during hunting season. I just can’t think of a legitimate reason why a college freshman needs to be packing in Math 101.

    Fair enough. My whole issue with the University System of New Hampshire is that they openly break the law. I know it, you probably know it, most cops I know know it. New Hampshire's second legislature just came along and countermanded the will of the people.

    USNH is a political subdivision, but they're not, but they are, but they're not… see what I was trying to point out?

    My personal thoughts about guns on campus is that all private colleges are free to regulate their possession as they see fit…. know what I mean? If I owned my own private college I would probably consider doing something like that to ensure everyone's safety… but only if the jurisdiction I operated in was oppressive from the state level with regard to firearm rights.

    We live in a state that allows a government K-12 school (also a political subdivision, he he) to teach young adults firearm safety.

    Why isn't there more of that?

    194:17 Instruction in Use of Firearms. – A school district may include instruction in the safe and proper use of firearms including instruction in game laws and good hunting practices, and may raise and appropriate money for said purposes.

    Guns shouldn't be as big of a safety issue in society as they presently are. It is like common sense went straight out the window.

    I really don't even own a gun. I'm thinking of buying a Glock 32 though… I had one for a long time and loved it. .357SIG is an awesome round.

    Ian might be a decent guy one-on-one or when he’s just hanging out. However, my only interactions with him have been watching him through FK events. He doesn’t come across as a good guy on camera or on these forums. He comes across as a narcissistic asshole who loves to incite others into doing stupid things while he stands clear of trouble. I realize that you’ve interacted with him more closely than I have, but since I can only go on what I’ve seen, I stand by my statement.

    I know for a fact that he views some of the actions of the police in this same light. I've been putting a lot of effort in lately trying to help both sides see what is happening on both sides and why. I've been trying my best to try and be diplomatic.

    I really don't like seeing good people (Derrick… he really is a good guy) in jail needlessly. He has done great legal activism and I wish that is where he would focus his efforts.

  22. Brad;

    The people commenting here, are all the same person, other than the one’s that identify themselves and make excellent contributions. I suspect this person is a cop or a government agent. Fairly intelligent, has many personalities-displays inner delusions here, probably some form of drug addiction, very angry at the world and doesn’t get much loving and/or sex. Just avoid the psychosis, don’t respond. Friday is a full moon, suppose we will have to tolerate a barrage of this schizophrenia. Please take your medications, spare us

    The Arms issue again, I haven’t changed. All laws that infringe on arms are illegal.

  23. Writeeee to Derrick J— Hay hay hay!!!

    A letter from you would make his dayyyyyy!!

    His day! his day! his day!

    Derrick J, he dont fib !!! Fib fib fib!

    The free derrick fund leaks like a siv!!

    a siv! a siv! a siv!

    Ian at the 100 nights ball !! Hall hall hall!

    Him and kelly, they have it all!

    it all ! it all! it all!

    Funnnndss, needing funnnnds

    freeing derrick, feeding iannnnn

    So please free derrick J! Hay hay hay!!!

    Officer Moore you made my day!!!

    My day! my day! my day!

  24. Hey Walter get a clue,

    There on sale at corner news, Ali aka (Di Ali G) will hook you up!

    Putz!

  25. Walter,

    Whats your name? Who are you??

    Whats your address? Where do you work?

    Whats your stand on Glick? Whats the meaning of life?

    Who shot the sherriff?

    STFU!

  26. Brad;

    The people commenting here, are all the same person, other than the one’s that identify themselves and make excellent contributions. I suspect this person is a cop or a government agent. Fairly intelligent, has many personalities-displays inner delusions here, probably some form of drug addiction, very angry at the world and doesn’t get much loving and/or sex. Just avoid the psychosis, don’t respond. Friday is a full moon, suppose we will have to tolerate a barrage of this schizophrenia. Please take your medications, spare us

    I think you're right that there are several LEO's that comment here. I kind of like that they do though.

    The Arms issue again, I haven’t changed. All laws that infringe on arms are illegal.

    Agreed.

  27. Oh boy….now some guy named "Walter" has decided to chime in with the old "it's a cop" paranoia. This fixation on "cops" must be so tiring. Every time someone leaves a comment, Ian can simply look at his web's host stats and see the IP's of who says what…damn man…this isn't 1974. LOL

  28. Happy Good Friday feekeeners..

    The day Jesus FULFILLED the LAW. Not ABOLISH it!!

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