Cop Block Founder Ademo Freeman Is Out of Jail After Major Bail Reduction!

Several weeks after his roadside arrest for possession and trafficking of cannabis in Warren County, Ohio, Cop Block founder Ademo Freeman is out of jail! He announced the exciting news on last night’s Free Talk Live (click to listen to his call) that his bail had been reduced from $75,000 to $5,000, he’s finally been indicted, and one of his felony charges for possession was dropped. He is now facing two felonies, but the early charge removal and recent plea deal offer suggest that the prosecution does not want to take this matter to trial.

Now that he’s out of jail on bond, he’ll be able to better prepare for his trial, unless they offer him an even better plea deal, which he has indicated he’d be willing to negotiate. Stay tuned here to Free Keene for the latest.

Virgil Vaduva and Ademo Freeman, After Ademo's Release!

Virgil Vaduva and Ademo Freeman, After Ademo’s Release!

Also, this excellent article was written by Ademo while in jail. Sounds like he’s had a major paradigm shift to peace, as I once did. Right on, brother.

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6 Comments

  1. He is still looking at a possible two felonies. I seriously doubt they will drop anymore charges. No jury will null the charges. Does he have to stay in the city, county, or state as condition of his bail? Who raised his bail? It doesn’t matter how you try to make this smell, it still smells and he has a lot of work a head of him.

  2. If I was on the jury I’d nullify.

  3. .01 Inalienable Rights (1851)
    All men are, by nature, free and independent, and have certain inalienable rights, among which are those of enjoying and defending life and liberty, acquiring, possessing, and protecting property, and seeking and obtaining happiness and safety.

    Ohio’s constitution seems incongruent with prohibition. Heaven forbid that a government would engage in holding two opposing positions at once, why that would be hypocritical.

    If Ohio has a medical marijuana program, isn’t “the whole state” violating the federal prohibition on marijuana? Then they charge people for “pot crimes” ? Too funny.

    Ademo harmed nobody and is the real victim here. “Ohio” should give him back his property, apologize to him and restitute him for his time in captivity.

  4. Just like cockblockers Ian, JP, David Jurist, and more they are yesterday’s news and will continue to be.

  5. This is funny. The hotlink for “plea deal” leads to a website where Mueller is selling t-shirts with “Don’t Take the Plea Deal” on them. What a hypocrite. Ademo never met a plea deal he didn’t like.

  6. One of JPs recent videos has had over 100,000 views and was recently invited to speak to a College so yesterday news because you do not have any idea or you just mouth fitting just to hear yourself ?

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