Is having an accurate recollection of a conversation criminal?
An hour ago my good friend Garret Ean had his videocamera stolen as he bicycled toward downtown Keene. The theft was perpetrated by two men wearing NH State Police badges identified as Joseph T. DiRusso and Aaron Gillis, who, upon spotting Ean, drove their unmarked silver Dodge Charger toward him and demanded his property.
DiRusso and Gillis claimed their actions just per some text on paper signed by Edward Burke based on allegations made by Thomas Mullins [see below]. It should be noted that all four of those men involved in this conspiracy to censor Ean subsist on stolen money.
Ean in his own words:
Ean, one of the six people named in the frivolous Robin Hood injunction sought by the as-of-yet unidentified “City of Keene”, relies on his videocamera for his livelihood – being an active content creator at FreeConcord.org, FreeKeene.com, CopBlock.org, YouTube.com/AquaKeene. The theft of his camera is not just a major hinderence for him and his efforts, but should be of concern to anyone who recognizes that this situation sets an Orwellian precedent.
Here’s the write-up Ean mentioned that was based on his conversation with Mullins: First Dialogue with Tom Mullins That post, based on Ean’s accurate recollection of their conversation – is the sole, flimsy rationale given for the theft of Ean’s camera. Note that last month when I attempted a conversation with Mullins – a purported “public official” – he refused to talk on the record. What does he have to hide?
- Joseph T. DiRusso – NH State Police employee, Troop C, firstname.lastname@example.org (603) 358-3333
- Aaron Gillis – NH State Police Employee, Troop C (603) 358-3333
- Edward Burke – “judge” in Keene’s District Court 603-410-0296
- Thomas Mullins – attorney for the “City of Keene” (603)357-9806
Updates will be posted to CopBlock.org/CensoringGarretEan