Public Letters to Ian Freeman

These are some letters from friends of Ian writing to him in jail. One reply from Ian is included. Permission was granted from all parties to publish to Free Keene.

From Jordan to Ian:
Dear Ian,
I know we have never spoken to each other at great lengths. It’s odd that I now correspond with you with eyes most likely reading my message to you. Isn’t it odd? How did we get to this point as a society? When I sit and think about this nation and what it values, the dishonesty which has been normalized sickens me. Perhaps it is because of Thelema. Let me explain. To my understanding, this nation was formed by members of what is called the Hellfire Club as some sort of practical joke. You see, my grandfather in his youth was a kind person. When I knew him, years of Republican brainwashing turned him into a racist, hateful individual. I’ve come by logic to realize that the “right” is actually ran by those who seek to torture its constituents and likewise with the Democratic party. What are we to do? The path to true freedom, as childish as it sounds, must be through love and non-violence. This is why I am writing to you. I’ll withstand the pursuing eye of men who have seen the Head of John the Baptist, and have sworn loyalty to finding their light through evil acts. That is not for us. As I write you this letter, I am one with you. These experiences of beastly flesh are not who we truly are. The energetic life force which may be difficult to feel for you is alive and connects you to me. One day, I will sit across the table from you, and as our eyes meet we will both know that we are free and sovereign individuals. No laws, edicts, codes, or executive orders can limit the infinity of our being. Through my eyes, no matter what you have done or will do in the future can prevent love and forgiveness. In the history of existence, the tyranny that now governs our existences in the present will be but a blink. Feel the pain that exists and let that guide you. Know that hatred is the easy choice. It is what is expected of you in this moment, but taking the path of forgiveness towards those that now imprison you will bring your liberty and life back into your hands. Please know that through my eyes, you are held by unethical men who who are slaves to systems they themselves despise. It is not possible maintain employment in either judicial or correctional positions and escape the torment of the soul. Set, and his works, now guide the path of our governance. We have despised his brother Osiris as a despot, but perhaps fairness and ethical treatment were more common in the times of kings. These times too are passing. The balance of creation and destruction are only a few steps away. As I end this letter, please know that I view you as a free and sovereign individual. In my eyes you are a free man and are under a system that no longer has the will of God. You are held close to my heart, and when we transition to a more peaceful existence, you are always welcome in my home.
Sincerely, Jordan

From Ian to Jordan Dated April 10, 2021:
Dear Jordan,
Sorry for the delayed reply. Only this weekend did I finally get commissary access and received my first order of stamps and paper. Next week I’ll actually have a pen!!
Of the several letters I have received so far, yours is my favorite. You touched on some ideas that I also hold dear, like practicing forgiveness and being one with all-that-is. As a pantheist, I suspect you and I share many beliefs.
Many would find it difficult to forgive the people who smashed windows and doors in of their home and intend to hold its occupants in cages for many years. However, as you know, forgiveness is for you, not the people being forgiven. Forgiveness allows one to shed anger and negativity, to release those self-imposed burdens. It helps too, to realize that I could just as easily have been like them, as the only difference between them and me are mere choices.
Your letter says they find light through evil acts, but they surely believe they are doing good- with the exception of the true psychopaths- otherwise they would not do these things.
Unfortunately , these people have chosen the state as their god, and so they have allowed their sense of morality to be controlled by other men, including sociopaths and psychopaths. Like so many, they live based in fear, and look to the state for their protection and strength.
Which leads me back to the questions in your first paragraph: “Isn’t it odd? How did we get to this point as a society?”
While the system forced upon us is no doubt inhumane, anti-peace, destructive, etc., societies before this were worse in many ways. While we know the state pays lip service to the idea of “rights”, it at least has to pay lip service. While it is wrong for them to keep me in a cage and expect me to be able to mount a defense from in here, I am at least clothed and well-fed. Though restricted, I can still speak out against my captors. It’s not ideal, but it beats being pronounced guilty on-sight and subsequently drawn-and-quartered. Progress has always been a terribly slow, awful process. Barring a Renaissance in thinking to our way of thought, society will trudge toward more freedoms and humanity to our fellow man, slowly.
I suppose the answer to how we got to this point in society is “it depends on your perspective”. Violence worldwide is at record lows, so they say. However, incarceration in the United States leads the world’s developed nations.
As you rightly put it in your letter, “hatred is the easy choice”. Indeed, to a person ruled by fear, hatred is the natural choice. The state thrives on propagating fear, and therefore hatred is the result. Fear/hate of the “other,” whether it be people from other lands, other skin colors, or differing beliefs about god. As long as people fear others, they will never see themselves as one with them. Until enough people shift from fear to love, the state will continue.
You ask, “What are we to do?”. I think the deliberate migration of which we are both a part is still the best plan, but I’m always open to new ideas. We should continue speaking out and taking principled actions in the name of peace, love, freedom and forgiveness.
Thank you for being an advocate of forgiveness. It is such an important practice and many within the liberty movement do not understand it. They are still stuck in anger/ hatred/ fear towards the state society. They want to punish the state actors and don’t realize that such action would only continue the cycle of violence, and ultimately not make the state’s victims whole.
Basically, we’ve got a lot of work to do, even within our own liberty movement, to convince people that forgiveness and peace is the way.
I appreciate your perspective and am grateful you took the time to write. I think your letter and this reply might make a good blog-from-jail, as more people should be exposed to these ideas. I am sending your letter and this reply first to Bonnie and I’ll have her scan them in before sending to you. I hope you’ll agree to having them shared online.
Namaste,
Ian

Joa to Ian:
To my Peace-Loving-Friend,
There hasn’t been a day since the terrorist attack on you and the rest of the Crypto 6, [that I don’t think,] where-ever I am, about where you and Nobody are being held. I hope at the very least you are treated well. These cages wont stop an idea whose time has come. You still are inspiring so many even while kidnapped by the bankster-gangsters. These goons don’t think you should have bail, yet their own gooberment employees have their way with kids in the youth detention nearby. You are peaceful, they are the aggressors. They have bails set and one of them is asking for bail reduction. He held a gun to a child’s head while raping the kid. Yet you sit in jail as a peace-loving, peace-solution-solving, wealth-growing, stand-up individual in these trying times. Those who seek to take away our time, may very well see their own fate either in this life-time or the next. The love grows in the community. Everyone at Campmoreland misses you. As you read this, I am in between gathering wood for a fire and tending to the chickens. Can’t wait to see you and Nobody again, hopefully very soon. Love you brother! Stay safe!
-Joa

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107 Comments

  1. Thank you for this.

  2. Many people in jail Don’t get the attention he gets so he’s fortunate in that way… some people get nothing

  3. This is entertaining. Did you know serial killer Richard Ramirez was inundated with thousands of letters from star struck women and men. Those people are nuts. But to show Ian’s loyal minions letters is hilarious.

    There will always be a couple of people that can’t seem to let go of someone who as abused a position of power, “freekeene”
    Of course Ian became that way on his own. He was stealing and laundering money and lying to financial Institutions, and worst of all, taking advantage of those who thought Ian was their friend by over charging them with transaction fees and multiple other lies.

    So When Ian goes to federal prison, are you going to publish more of his fan mail? What about RNP? Is he getting any letters from fans? I’m sure most of the letters he receives are in crayon. and the big words spelled out phonetically.

    When RNP gets to federal prison, His name “nobody” is going to attract a lot of unwanted attention he may not want. We will have to wait and see which inmate power slides him across the room. Of course RNP is smoke free and off of drugs. I doubt that will make him a better person.

  4. Aww Jumping Jacks,

    Has all the glee you experienced from these guys going to jail already starting to wear off?

    Hence the problem with hate my friend.

  5. Intrigare – So as usual, you assign your feelings to my statements. I don’t hate anyone. You people on the other hand hate everyone and everything.. You are such a hypocrite for making the statement you have made.

    I can’t believe you people just don’t move on with your lives. You will stay and stagnate waiting for every fart Ian sends you your way. 99.9% of Keene are glad the freekeene BS is coming to an end.

  6. jj stfu you ass

  7. Well at least we’ll have you here to keep us company, eh Jacks?

  8. David Crawford the man of many word. Why don’t you grow up? You are a pathetic little weasel. I hope I get to meet you when Ian’s trial starts. Idiot

  9. Please go away.. lol

  10. You aren’t going to Ians trial..
    I doubt i will either.. I got other things to do
    I don’t think of it is Ian’s trial anyway.
    I think of it as a trial of Justice and freedom; I think of it as the trial of the government : The government is on trial,.

  11. ‘This is entertaining. Did you know serial killer Richard Ramirez was inundated with thousands of letters from star struck women and men’

    Are you jealous Jacks?

  12. Jumping Jacks is on the payroll don’t hate him for that

  13. David Crawford – Yes, I will be at Ian’s trial. Hopefully they do RNP’s trial at the same time. But I will most definitely be at Ian’s trial. Ian’s trial date hasn’t been set yet. So how can you say you have things to do on that date?

    You don’t want to go because you are ashamed of Ian and that could of been you on trial. Ian skunked you good and he will take down everyone he can. The government is not on trial. The foundation of laws were there. Ian decided he was special so he blew off the laws and tried to hide his money and, he wasn’t very good at it. Now just like anyone else who have perpetuated the same crimes , Ian has to stand before the judge.

    brevil77 – Another freekeene troll. It sounds like you are the jealous one. You can’t even come up with something original.

  14. no that not it, you fucking dullard..

  15. David Crawford – Yes, that is it you fucking dullard. Also, you more than likely have multiple warrants. I thought you would remain on your knees in front of Ian forever? Now he will be on his knees in front of someone forever. I wonder if Ian had any dealings on the black web? It will all come out in the trial. Don’t you want to be there in person to hear and see how much of a scumbag Ian truly is? Or RNP?

  16. how stupid are you jack? Don’t you think I know my reason better than you do, you stupid fuck… now go away…
    I’m done giving your dumb ass anymore attention

  17. David Crawford – You saying you are not going to the trial after all the bullshit and name calling you have done since Ian and the rest of the crypto6 were busted is just plain stupid.

    What’s the matter, don’t you have a tall enough soapbox to stand on? I am certain you would be able to pull yourself off that cross you nailed yourself to and support your hero.

    I do believe Ian is going to roll over on everyone and everyone will roll over on Ian and you will roll over on Ian. I bet you are being investigated right now. I’ll bet you have had some part in this no matter how small. Are you going to skip the country? or did the FBI tell you not to leave New Hampshire.

    Come on laughing boy tell us the details.

  18. It’s great to hear that people have begun sending Ian & Nobody letters. I myself sent Ian a letter the other week and Nobody various other peaces of mail as well. Thank you to all who took the time to write and I hope to see people continue to write. It’s times like these that those whom are caged and our community on the outside really shows our strength. Every day these activists are caged I see the FBI’s attack on freedom failing. A dying and archaic system fails when the oppressed resist and we stand together in defiance of the will of the beast. We are winning and they just haven’t realized it yet. No amount of cage time will put a stop to the migration. No amount of cage time will defeat the determination of those whom have seen the or felt the oppression first hand and desire freedom for all- even those we don’t particularly like- such as Christopher Cantwell, the violent thugs that are law enforcement, and even left/right wing extremists.

  19. “Every day these activists are caged I see the FBI’s attack on freedom failing.”

    Uh… What? How do you figure? It seems that the FBI is very successful actually.

  20. Successful at what, gz? Their “attack on freedom”? I guess you could argue that…

  21. “Come on laughing boy tell us the details.”

    I’d rather hear about the nitty gritty on you Jumping Jacks. That is, just because you’re so intellectually stimulating and all.

    Does everyone start out at your level at the troll farm or do they have to work up to where you are? Is there on-the-job training or a more formal process with a certificate of completion at the end?

  22. !Johnson is a fake named troll

  23. !Johnson… Is anti-free Keene.. And saying things *he thinks* a fk libertarian would say…
    He’s a troll

  24. He’s a dolt

  25. “Successful at what, gz? Their “attack on freedom”? I guess you could argue that…”

    Pretty much. When they put you in jail, you aren’t winning, unless you attract the attention of the public like Rosa Parks and Gandhi. (Which, if we can be honest here, Ian et al are not.)

  26. Idk, I think one wins by doing the right thing even if no one is looking.

  27. “Idk, I think one wins by doing the right thing even if no one is looking.”

    If you want to get philosophical, I guess you can say you won some sort of personal moral victory. Unless it achieves some form of societal change though, I would say it’s a pretty Pyrrhic victory.

    In the context of the comment I was responding to, then no, you are not winning against the government when they put you in jail. That is how the government wins against people that break its laws. It’s like saying the opposing team keeps hitting homeruns and then saying you’re going to win. It’s nonsensical.

  28. “Idk, I think one wins by doing the right thing even if no one is looking.”

    Also… was Ian et al really doing the right thing? Can you really say that with a straight face? I bet most people can’t.

  29. Ian just sold bitcoin. And he was a political activist. If you agree with the FBI that his doors and windows should be bust in the middle of the night and thrown into a cage for 10 years to life, then I won’t be the only one to disagree with you.

    What Johnson wrote was not specifically about Ian. It was about caged activists.

    The more people who refuse to bend over and take it in the rear from their overlords, and the more peaceful people get thrown into cages, the harder it is for the system to maintain its illusion of legitimacy. This is true. But if you are happy with the status quo, then we have nothing to talk about.

  30. Ok maybe I might have misread !Johnson… If intergare…. Thinks he’s being honest: sometimes people bring their own crap to what they read.
    (Maybe)
    Gz… People who are innocent of a crime often say they’re innocent of a crime.
    And don’t take the plea deal because they’re honestly professing their innocence.
    I don’t think the government or the people are winning when they throw that person in jail and most agree with that.
    No one wins in that. That person’s just being honest and not taking the plea deal.
    That’s the court asking you to lie and betray yourself.

  31. What we see from legal land is innocent isn’t actually innocent and guilt isn’t actually guilt. Justice? Ha ha

    Derrick actually touched on this a while back on his vid about filling out government paperwork for his ccw. His record was wiped clean but in order to have his right to carry he still had to state that he had never been charged with a crime. His reasoning was something like legal reality is different from actual reality.

  32. I didn’t know what pyrric meant…. But yeah there’s a good chance that they will be way better off by taking the plea deal. Obviously I don’t know all the evidence but from the little bit that I know I have a feeling that they will be better off taking the plea deal.. Whether they think of themselves as guilty or not.. Maybe they can do a Alfred plead and that way they don’t have to plead guilt, and to that extent keep thier Principles intact.. I honestly hope Ian gets a good plea deal offer because I’m thinking he could be looking at 20 years.. My understanding is they all have, except for Nobody, they have very insignificant records if any, for the majority of them.. I nobody has pot dealing charge which was a setup by the cops.. Very often the cops have to a manifest a crime that never would have happened. But they do it to get the guy.. Most people think that it’s not the cops job to create crimes.

  33. i think a strong argument could be made that Ian et al were doing the right thing but its a losing argument so…that would be a digression for failure.

  34. they already decided what they think is wrong… and Ian and them probably met that criterion

  35. “Ian just sold bitcoin. And he was a political activist. If you agree with the FBI that his doors and windows should be bust in the middle of the night and thrown into a cage for 10 years to life, then I won’t be the only one to disagree with you.”

    He didn’t just sell bitcoin, according to the charges. His political activism is not on trial here.

    For better or for worse, it doesn’t matter what you or I think, but rather what the jury thinks. I suspect the jury won’t agree with you though.

    “What Johnson wrote was not specifically about Ian. It was about caged activists.”

    I interpreted his comment referring to just Ian et al. Fine though, if you want to include the Crying Nazi in with the rest of your activists, be my guest. It doesn’t make his point better.

    “The more people who refuse to bend over and take it in the rear from their overlords, and the more peaceful people get thrown into cages, the harder it is for the system to maintain its illusion of legitimacy. This is true. But if you are happy with the status quo, then we have nothing to talk about.”

    If you say so. The vast majority of the public seems to think the system is legitimate, so these activists seem to be ineffectual after so many years of doing this.

  36. David, I don’t think government, individuals, or society win when innocent people are put in jail. If Ian et al believe they are innocent, I hope they plead not guilty and win at trial.

    With that being said, from my perspective it sounds like the charges have some truth to them, and if they are true, taking a plea deal would likely be the best course for those involved.

  37. i just heard that in NH those machines don’t require KYC.. which i believe is key to
    the prosecution’s case

  38. “For better or for worse, it doesn’t matter what you or I think, but rather what the jury thinks.”

    For better or for worse, it doesn’t matter what you or I think, but rather what the *party* thinks. (Fixed that for you.)

    But really, guilt or innocence happens before someone even steps foot in the court room, and cannot be changed by court room theatrics or even findings of a jury. Or at least a thought criminal would say…

    “The vast majority of the public seems to think the system is legitimate, so these activists seem to be ineffectual after so many years of doing this.”

    Not the public I’m aware of… Well, I find others all over the spectrum. I must say its not often I find someone toeing the party line as much as you. Big Brother would be proud. Kudos.

  39. “I interpreted his comment referring to just Ian et al. Fine though, if you want to include the Crying Nazi in with the rest of your activists, be my guest. It doesn’t make his point better.”

    I believe Johnson excluded Crying Nazi if you read to the bottom of his post… But if you ask me, sure I’d include him. I’d also include much of the BLM movement.

  40. “He didn’t just sell Bitcoin…his political activism is not on trial here”.

    Well said, gloriouszorn. This is exactly what FK is trying to ignore. Some of us are not fans of Mr. Freeman but it is because of his harassment of meter maids and other city employees, his support of legal sex between children and adults, the kiddie porn that was found on his computer in 2016, his affiliation with the Crying Nazi, and his endless scams to avoid paying Keene property taxes despite being a millionaire. The sex stuff got him expelled by other Libertarians from the Free State Project.

    But this all has nothing to do with the criminal charges that he is currently facing.

  41. lfod.. you are a liar.
    You seem to follow things, yet you lie about the child porn.
    You know full and well that nothing was found.
    You liar.
    I swear the people that are obsessed with that stuff, as you are, as evidenceed by your fixation on it, are the real sickos.
    You sure a piece of shit liar.
    If you have knowledge that the FBI doesn’t have why aren’t you going to them, to protect the children?
    You fucking piece of shit liar.

  42. Such as the state of things today Garbage people like live free or die are given a pass for hurling the worst slander a person could hurl.

  43. Ian wasnt a Robin hood either..
    toy more that too , full and well
    Another lie by Live Free Or Die

  44. LIVE FREE OR DIE
    put your name to To the garbage lies you hurl!
    You coward piece of garbage

  45. I got no problem with Ian getting crap
    But do it with true things not with garbage lies like live or die is doing
    And he knows fallen well that they are lies Hence calling him garbage

  46. Here’s another lie of Live for or die
    Ean’s taxes where up to date and current and they still are I’m sure Otherwise you don’t keep your house right dumb ass
    I’ve even gone to city hall and got the documentation so quit talking your out of your ass live for your die

  47. David Crawford – Did you actually witness Ian doing the things you say he did or are you going by hearsay. What Ian is being charged for is pretty specific. It sounds like you are doing damage control which is not working.

    The news media has all the information about this case at this time. You cannot defend Ian without really looking into what he did and is charged for. Again, I believe most of your information is hearsay from Ian or RNP without actually witnessing the act.

  48. I see that jumping jacks said my name.
    That was unavoidable to see.
    Everything beyond my name was very avoidable.

  49. “For better or for worse, it doesn’t matter what you or I think, but rather what the *party* thinks. (Fixed that for you.)

    But really, guilt or innocence happens before someone even steps foot in the court room, and cannot be changed by court room theatrics or even findings of a jury. Or at least a thought criminal would say…”

    Well, philosophically guilt or innocence happens when the incident is committed or not committed, but legally it is when a jury makes a decision on whether the party is guilty or not guilty. I’m not sure what basis you have to claim that the government unilaterally decides this. Cool 1984 references though. I read that one in high school.

    “Not the public I’m aware of… Well, I find others all over the spectrum. I must say its not often I find someone toeing the party line as much as you. Big Brother would be proud. Kudos.”

    I think if your friends are Free Keene types then you have a significantly warped perspective of how the public views things.

  50. ‘the kiddie porn that was found on his computer in 2016…’

    To be fair to Ian, I don’t think they found kiddie porn. I think the encryption they used on their equipment was strong enough that the FBI couldn’t (or didn’t want to spend the effort to) discover what’s inside. At least, that is my limited inference from what I could gather from the news articles about this. Couple that with plausible deniability because so many people had access to the house, and it is likely they didn’t have a strong enough cause to pursue it further.

    “.. and his endless scams to avoid paying Keene property taxes despite being a millionaire…”

    This one is new to me. I assume it has to do with all the fake church stuff they’ve registered?

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