Show Trial Of A Hearing: ‘Nobody’ Denied Bail

Ian Freeman & Nobody Smoking Weed In Protest Of The Violent State

Ian Freeman & Nobody Smoking Weed In Protest Of The Violent State

On March 16, 2021 fifty six agents calling themselves the FBI raided as many as 19 properties in and around New Hampshire and took six individuals hostage. One of those six was named ‘Nobody’.

‘Nobody’ is a well known political activist who moved to the shire (of which the government calls the state of New Hampshire) as part of a political migration to establish a freer place to live. He’s led the way in demonstrating leadership in the libertarian migration movement and risked his freedom on numerous occasions to promote freedom for all. From leading annual protests for reform of New Hampshire drug laws to fighting back against attacks by the FBI on other political fronts. On one occasion for instance he took a case to court where he risked a life-sentence rather than accept a corrupt FBI agents offer of release for wearing a wire into an activist center. Nobody is so politically active he even changed his name, calling it ‘performance art and political protest‘, thus enabling people to vote for nobody for governor, and in other political races.

The FBI has returned for it’s third time to Keene in its quest to take out activism in New Hampshire. This time under the guise of fighting fraud and cryptocurrency. In this latest case Nobody has become known for his involvement in and promotion of cryptocurrency and financial freedom. Nobody has defied authorities who wish to crack down on activities that are not yet anyway actually a crime. After his most recent arrest those arrested have become known as TheCrypto6: A group of six who have been accused of going around and terrorizing the community with Bitcoin!

If you are to believe the authorities Nobody has been going around and partaking in an unlicensed ‘Bitcoin exchange’ of which many New Hampshire residents have been victims. To listen to and believe one U.S. Attorney Georgina MacDonald charging fees is outrageous and capitalism poses a grave danger to the people of New Hampshire. You see Bitcoin exchanges typically charge 1-2% and the Shire Free Church was charging 8% or more which somehow makes it attractive to criminal elements. According to MacDonald this “places many victims at risk of financial harm”. The truth is that 8% is the lowest rate that vending machine operators charge and there never was a Bitcoin exchange operated by any of the Crypto6. The typical in-person rate or fee for cryptocurrency sales is 5%. The high end of the cryptocurrency vending world have fees around 20%.

So what happened during the bond hearing?

To understand the context of the prosecutions claims one must start off with an understanding of what happened to Nobody immediately following his arrest. Unlike most other victims of the state in this case Nobody was held in a cage for 23 of 24 hours a day for 14-days. The state then proceeded to house Nobody in inhumane conditions that drove up his stress levels. Nobody was put in a cage with another man who suffers from ADHD and of which neither were receiving treatment while incarcerated. The combination of chatter and torture left Nobody in a state where he was unable to communicate effectively. However to top this off Nobody was left without access to communications or his right to a lawyer. He was denied knowledge of the reason for his arrest and was then led to believe that he would be facing life in prison for the 2nd time. When Nobody was eventually able to communicate with other people he was informed by his public defender not to request bail. Eventually this bad advice left him stuck in a cage for months and is likely to result in a permanent pretrial caging if an appeal fails.

When Nobody was given access to a phone he was able to communicate with his spiritual advisor of whom he gets emotional support. What should really have been a private conversation wasn’t permitted. Nobody was left expressing personal displeasures at the pigs and government on a recorded line saying that he refused to let them be the end decider as to what would happen to him. In a poor choice of words, though never direct, Nobody’s speech was recorded and left to be interpreted by prosecutors and a court which his words were never intended. This meant many choice words were unclear and easily taken out of context and twisted into meaning he would commit suicide and possible advocation for the murder of police and government officials. Anybody who knows Nobody would have understood this conversation to be nothing more than letting off steam and even the words utilized were not a direct threat to any other human being. Nor was there a direct incitement for anybody to actually be murdered. In fact the person receiving the call did not respond in a way that would leave one to believe that there was ever an intent to advocate for the actual murder of police.

On the defense side some context was needed. Nobody you see is a libertarian who agrees with and advocates for the non-aggression principle. He routinely and regularly advocates against the use of violence to solve social and political problems. To him “police needing to die” is not the same thing as advocating for killing cops. He has never committed nor is accused of having been violent in all his 53 years of existence. That didn’t stop the prosecution from alluding to prior arrests over possession of ‘weapons’ that amounted to a tri-pod and gardening tool for which he was never arrested, or at least convicted, and more than likely had he not been a felon been a chargeable offense. The state also tried to suggest probation violations which were in fact non-existent. At one point Nobody refused to accept a set of conditions that would have allowed for his early release. Those conditions are simply unacceptable to Nobody and thus he chose to finish his prison sentence so that he didn’t have to comply with unconscionable set of restrictions. Other comments that were brought up to prove violence included a hyperbolic comment and joke about bringing back the guillotines to deal with politicians.

Nobody posted on his political page while running for office: “Somehow, the government thinks that weed is dangerous, but prison is safe. Where are the guillotines?”

The prosecutor concluded the haring suggesting that the evidence is such that it’s likely that Nobody would have more ‘altered states of mind’ and periods of anger given the course of the trial and that nobody could know what Nobody would do. The prosecutor finished with arguing that Nobody is a serious risk to society and no conditions exist to ensure the safety of the community.

Ultimately despite all other co-defendants having been released and the only distinction being the recorded prison phone call the magistrate judge decided to deny Nobody’s motion for release.

The judge indicated that there was no way to know if these threats were frustration or real despite there being no actual direct threats to life or limb or even evidence to them being real. This on top of numerous individuals sending in character reference letters of which at least one pointed out that Nobody’s communications were sometimes hard to interpret, but of which were never of a threatening nature even if they can on occasion be misconstrued. Judge concluded saying he believed it was real none-the-less and ordered detainment in a seemingly pre-written statement after an entire court session. To the audience it appeared the judge was not paying attention and on one occasion the judge even confused one of Nobody’s defence lawyer for being Nobody.

Motion for bond denied

To support the Crypto6’s legal campaign check out TheCrypto6.com. For more information and a detailed discussion of the motion for release and bail hearing check out show number one hundred twenty one of Freedom Decrypted: A Freedom Slanted Tech Show For Prickly People. Also don’t forget that you can write to Nobody in jail. Mail is always greatly appreciated by caged individuals left with little to nothing to do.

 

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39 Comments

  1. Sigh… 🙁

    Never harming anyone doesn’t matter to the thought police. Nobody is a thought criminal subject to room 101 to be “reeducated” along with every other thought criminal.

    #FreeTheCrypto6 #BitCoinIsNotACrime #IAmNobody

  2. “In human conditions” What a bunch of BS. He’s getting three meals per day, a roof over his head, and he is in with other inmates. He did it to himself. To put blame upon someone else is just ridiculous. Does he have a lawyer? I would think Ian would put up money to bail him out when the time comes.

    “non aggression principal”? You are trying way to hard to pull the wool over everyone’s eyes. How many times has he pulled out a weapon when he felt diplomacy was out the window? He even violated parole by pulling out a blunt weapon and threatening someone. He already has felonies after his name. He has demonstrated he would be a harm to the community because some of those felonies involved the use of violence.

    “ADHD”? Really? That is just another excuse to smoke and use drugs. He has convinced himself he needs the marijuana for phantom illnesses. I’m more than sure he self diagnosed himself and never went to a physician to be tested and diagnosed. There is nothing he can do to justify such a thing. I know of no physicians who write prescriptions for medical marijuana in Keen or surrounding areas.

    This article is just round about BS to build up RNP as a victim. He is not. He created victims. Again law enforcement and the justice system had nothing to do with his arrest, RNP chose to be a criminal and he needs to be responsible for his actions. I am sure if he got out on bail, he would run.

  3. I thought it was interesting how at the end of the proceedings the judge read a pre-scripted verdict… on camera!

    They don’t even try to hide their bias. I wonder who helped him write the script.

  4. So in other words, a GENERAL statement aimed at “nobody” (lower case letter “n”) in particular by Mr. Nobody (name changed to) is worse that what I said of: “Wise Up Or Die”? to several people of back in 2007. When I said that it was to those at City Hall of the officials there on the City Council; and their workers / employees too? I guess also as one City Manager I think it was thought it meant him too. But that of there was only one who I added of to like Rot in Hell for she, on the House Judiciary Committee, was supposed to know more about the law, of she told the judge that she felt threatened that somehow I was going “to kill” her, but how? What I meant was that because I cannot vote for any of them, that I hope that ALL of them die and are replaced by others with better brains. The penalty by the George Orwellian :”Nineteen Eighty Four” / “Thought Police”? About $850 I think it was for the fine of less than $1,500, and so not entitled to a trial by jury but bench trial. I guess her life worth less than $1,500? ? The phrase: “Wise Up or Die” being a phrase of choice by the person directed it to, not by the one saying it because the word else was not in there, of: Wise Up or else die. I think they’ve been watching too many Humphrey Bogart gangster movies. Anyway of back to Mr. Nobody, of : ” To him “police needing to die” is not the same thing as advocating for killing cops. ” but “then” he added that guillotine word of in context of: ” Nobody posted on his political page while running for office: “Somehow, the government thinks that weed is dangerous, but prison is safe. Where are the guillotines?” ” for what? killing?, but by how? by legal of not murder but execution of after a trial by jury of that the WAY for the sentence to be carried out.IF the Legislature allows that option What I would have said would have been NOT killing in ANY way, BUT that of the punishment of public servants for having broken their oath to the law of free enterprise be like in the old days of selling rotten tomatoes of to stick their heads in the wooden stocks at Town Square. And when? of the “then”?, was this said before of after? the statement that they need to die. And the more important question of WHEN? for toward the guillotine? and by WHO?, a vigilante mob or after a trial? WHO is this judge who thinks Mr. Nobody is a menace to society? What was the last course with #x number of classes in his C.L.E. ? / Continuing Legal Education. I think he might have been brainwashed.

  5. It’s common knowledge that all phone calls in prison are recorded/listened to. Just because Rich “Nobody” Paul is a half-a-moron isn’t an excuse. I feel bad for his public defender.

    Speaking of, how come Ian did help his compatriot and pay for better than public defender level counsel for him? Did Ian flip on his fellow defendants? Inquiring minds want to know.

  6. So many things wrong here…How does the judge infer this man is a “threat to society” and that he needs to stay locked up until trial when he’s never committed a single violent action? Bail is denied literally because of nothing more than a jail phone call that can be interpreted as threatening, and his past felonies. Which brings me to this – why is this man unable to pay for his own attorney, a half decent one who could have imparted the common sense to tell him to never say anything over the phone while in jail, ever. Instead he is stuck with a typical public defender who wants to throw the case away as fast as possible and wipe his hands.

  7. Jacks:

    “To put blame upon someone else is just ridiculous.”

    You don’t understand how this is supposed to work. You are NOT guilty of a crime until AFTER being found guilty. The trial hasn’t happened yet and for reasons that have nothing to do with the trial he’s being held for the “safety” of the public despite there being zero evidence showing he’s actually a danger to anyone. Expressing ones anger privately to a grief consular, spiritual consular, priest, or similar does necessarily or typically translate into a communication to murder someone. Given the circumstances of his caging it’s not unreasonable for him to be particularly emotional and without coherent thought. Humorously in spite of that he still didn’t make any direct or indirect threats. Only twisting this does it become some sort of violent threat, but you have to misinterpret grief for intent of which no evidence demonstrates that and it was made clear via two methods that what he meant was not literal through both his own testimony and that of at least one character letter from a third party.

    “Does he have a lawyer? I would think Ian would put up money to bail him out when the time comes”

    Again- not how this works. Ian has been locked up in a cage and isn’t permitted to talk to Nobody. The hostage takers took Ian’s money and he does not posses what the liars (prosecutors) claim. However since this time there have been lawyers hired. However the public defender he was assigned he was NOT permitted to communicate with.

    “How many times has he pulled out a weapon when he felt diplomacy was out the window?”

    Zero. Considering he is a felon due to selling small quantities of weed he can’t posses a weapon and he’s literally been charged with crimes for possessing non-weapon gardening tools in the past that got dropped because they were NOT weapons. The system is stacked against felons and he’s not wrong about what he said on his phone call. It’s just not the strategically smart thing to say or do and we all know he didn’t do nor meant to suggest anyone actually start killing pigs. Crazy thing is he didn’t even say cops. He said pigs. He even clarified that killing pigs violates his fundamental principles and beliefs. This wasn’t contradictory, but rather it wasn’t because it was an expression of anger, and not intended for literal interpretation, of which it wasn’t by anybody other than biased parties (judge, prosecutor, etc). Only a moron would think someone calling for the resurrection of the guillotine to deal with politicians is suggesting or making a serious threat. Yet this is the basis of the violent threat that the prosecutor utilized to show Nobody was a danger to society if released.

    “He even violated parole by pulling out a blunt weapon and threatening someone”

    You are twisting what happened. His parole violation didn’t occur. He refused parole and finished his sentence. You got serious reading comprehension issues. The so called weapons weren’t weapons either and he wasn’t found guilty of any of false claims here.

    “He already has felonies after his name.”

    That doesn’t make him violent. The felonies involve selling small amounts of weed. No one has accused Nobody of an actually violent act.

    “He has demonstrated he would be a harm to the community because some of those felonies involved the use of violence.”

    No they didn’t. You don’t get a felony until AFTER conviction. A prosecutor bringing up an arrest or otherwise describing what happened wrong doesn’t make it true. That bullshit is intended to bias the judge against the defendant and justify the decisions of the judge despite being unproven false allegations. The defense clarified that what was claimed was false and misleading. Even the judge concluded that the only thing holding back the release was the phone call. Not the felony, not the political joke, not any of the rest of it.

    ““ADHD”? Really? That is just another excuse to smoke and use drugs. ”

    Dude- there are prescription drugs for ADHD and some people have serious problems and need medication. It’s not just an excuse to use drugs. Both of the men caged were deprived of prescription medications that would otherwise have made this situation more bearable.The conditions might have still have been inhumane, but at least Nobody would have been able to retain some amount of rational thought about what was going on around him. It’s hard to say that Nobody was wrong had he actually advocated violence given it was a defensive move. However he wasn’t and his wording was sufficient for that to be apparent.

    “He has convinced himself he needs the marijuana for phantom illnesses.”

    He was actually well on his way to recovery and no longer smoking weed to the degree that he had been. He’d been working toward full time employment and had for months been doing much much much better. He was doing so well that he’d taken over a software development project as the lead developer.

    “I know of no physicians who write prescriptions for medical marijuana in Keen or surrounding areas.”

    Given that Ian has a prescription card I doubt there is any reason that Nobody couldn’t have obtained one. Whether or not he did I don’t know. Given it’s a $100 fine I’m not sure why anybody bothers though. It’s not likely that one is going to get caught smoking the occasional joint even. Low risk low penalty no point in asking permission from the state.

    “This article is just round about BS to build up RNP as a victim.”

    He’s a victim of state aggression just as is the case for MOST incarcerated individuals.

    “He created victims.”

    Who the fuck are his victims? The prosecution hasn’t even made it clear who they are claiming his supposed victims are. The implication right now is it’s the weakest form of fraud that exist according the the defendants lawyer and a hell of a stretch. Effectively the fraud is having told the bank he’s got a church in order to open a bank account of which isn’t false.You don’t need to have a church in order to open a bank account. The idea that he deceived the bank is just untrue.

    “Again law enforcement and the justice system had nothing to do with his arrest,”

    How dumb do you get. Law enforcement includes the FBI and local law enforcement was involved in the raids anyway. Who made the actual arrest? Does it matter? It had to be some level of law enforcement.

    “RNP chose to be a criminal and he needs to be responsible for his action”

    He’s only a criminal technically by way of immoral and violent individuals such as yourself. He’s never committed a violent act no matter how much you want to claim otherwise. Slandering someone does not make it true.

    ” I am sure if he got out on bail, he would run.”

    He’s face life in prison before and didn’t run. What irrational thought goes through your head to think he would run this time round? He’s already been made aware that he is NOT facing life in prison. He’d get out by 70 at the absolute latest, and that’s unlikely given his minimal involvement in the supposed crime. There is literally no minimum sentence for these charges from what I understand so he could end with time served even assuming they find him guilty at all.

  8. “It’s common knowledge that all phone calls in prison are recorded/listened to. ”

    It’s also common knowledge that jokes and non-direct private calls don’t amount to actual threats or violence. But some people are just too retarded to get that.

    “I feel bad for his public defender.”

    He has private attorneys now.

    “Speaking of, how come Ian did help his compatriot and pay for better than public defender level counsel for him?”

    Maybe because Ian has been locked up, prevented from communicating with Nobody, and had his assets stolen by government? Jesus christ where do you morons come from? Is this jacks? I need to ignore you fucking trolls.

    “Did Ian flip on his fellow defendants? Inquiring minds want to know.”

    No, only dumb ass trolls looking to incite a reaction say dumb ass shit like this. Nobody including dumb ass trolls want to know this.

  9. joe – I understand how things are done. If RNP is on medication he didn’t prescribe himself, the jail nurse will give it to him. There are minimum sentences for these crimes. 10 years to life. He ain’t walking from this one. He will not end up with time served.

    You have way too many pie in the sky ideas about this case.

    Typical freekeeners want to blame law enforcement for their arrests when it’s their fault. RNP has to man up and own this one.

    What surprises me is, Ian has not stepped forward to pay anyone’s bail. How did you figure Ian paid for a better public defender for the others. That is 100% BS. Ian is a creep he believes he has no cause to help his criminal friends out. He obviously has the money. RNP has been looking for a place to lay his head and prison will do just fine.

  10. Bubbly bubbly noodle fish

  11. ” I understand how things are done. If RNP is on medication he didn’t prescribe himself, the jail nurse will give it to him.” that is definitely NOT how the federal system works. I’m not sure how the state jail he is in is operated, but typically you get deprived of the drugs until a doctor can evaluate you and conclude you need medication. Having known people in the federal system you’re just wrong. Anyway- ADHD meds are extremely hard for adults to get outside the system let alone inside it.

    “There are minimum sentences for these crimes. 10 years to life.”

    You are confusing Ian’s charges with Nobody’s. Ian’s got a continuing criminal enterprise charge that carries a minimum of 10 years from what I recall. None of the others arrested have a minimum sentence like that.

    ” He ain’t walking from this one. He will not end up with time served.”

    You have no idea what you are talking about regardless of what his ultimate sentence is or is not.

    “Typical freekeeners want to blame law enforcement for their arrests ”

    There is no such thing as a “freekeener” you moron. If there is you are one of them. Libertarians on the other hand do put forth blame where blame is deserved and this includes on those who take money for utilizing violence on peaceful people.

    “What surprises me is, Ian has not stepped forward to pay anyone’s bail”

    You are a moron. He couldn’t have paid anyone’s “bail” as he was locked up when all who have been released were released and the federal system doesn’t work that way anyway. They also as was already state STOLE his money. He doesn’t have control over any significant sums and relied on OTHER people to take care of his own release.

    “How did you figure Ian paid for a better public defender for the others”

    Fuck man. No one said Ian paid for a better public defender for others. I’m beginning to think I know who the fed is and am connecting the dots between you and another troll you pose as.

  12. Boy, someone has a case of diaper rash. I was just asking questions.?

    Usually in cases like these, it’s the underlings who flip on the ringleader but it looks more obvious that Ian did/or is going to throw Rich under the bus. Too bad. Rich is a drug-addled moron, but he is definitely not a rat fink snitch. It’ll be fun to see the reaction Free Talk when Ian gets the least of prison sentences for using the “I couldn’t control what Rich was doing with my computer/I’m not around him 24/7” defense.

    Hope dogecoin or whatever crypto you’re pimping this week pays for his ramen noodles or Little Debbies from the prison canteen.

  13. Kyle… There’s nothing to flip.. You ignorant douche

  14. joe – Here we go again with your Disney fantasies. If RNP needs prescription meds, they will give it to him. They cannot withhold prescription medications. It may take a little while to get everything organized but he will get his prescription meds.

    Your ridiculous rants and raves mean absolutely nothing. I did a clinical rotation at a federal pen. I don’t know what planet you are on, but pointing fingers at everyone else for RNPs crimes is just stupid.

  15. Jumping Jacks –

    First, sorry for telling you the wrong date in the other thread. I think I misread the filing.

    Did you deal with the psychiatric side in your rotation? I’ve heard that doctors are reluctant to prescribe stimulants for ADHD in prison due to potential abuse. Around here (which I am not in NH), It’s hard to get adult ADHD meds normally, even when you have a documented diagnosis.

    With that being said, if Nobody’s ADHD is like Ian’s self diagnosed “Medical Exemption” for wearing a mask, then it is safe to say it is a bunch of nonsense.

  16. gloriouszorn – Yes, I did deal with psychiatric patients. A number of them were on illegal drugs which in turn made their mental illness much worse.

    As far as ADHD, to receive any kind of med management Someone would have to be extensively examined. If you walk into your family physician and say I have ADHD, your chances of getting those types of meds would not happen. Typically, your health care provider that writes prescriptions for ADHD would be a psychiatrist.. There are a lot of different schools of thought about treating ADHD. Personally I believe the meds for ADHD are prescribed way to much especially in children. It’s an epidemic.

    If RNP were taking these meds, he would have bought them from a drug dealer which is a crime itself.
    The wild stories he may have told someone in this article is from him coming off of those illegal meds. Who knows what else he was using. He can’t smoke in prison and in a lot of prisons, there is no caffeine. RNP has a long road ahead of him medically. I personally think his time in prison will not be very long. His past drug use and the damage he did to his body from years of abuse will all factor into him not living as long as someone who hasn’t done those things.

    If RNP has never been diagnosed with ADHD, he will not be getting any meds for that. I believe his “illnesses” are primarily psychological. He needs to work on his diet, I’m sure he has hyperlipidemia, an enlarged liver, on the verge of developing lung problems such as COPD, Asthma, chronic bronchitis, arthrosclerosis, and an enlarged heart. His blood pressure is probably high as well. Maybe jail is a good thing for him. It may save his life.

  17. “You don’t understand how this is supposed to work. You are NOT guilty of a crime until AFTER being found guilty. The trial hasn’t happened yet and for reasons that have nothing to do with the trial he’s being held for the “safety” of the public despite there being zero evidence showing he’s actually a danger to anyone.”

    I don’t think you understand the presumption of innocence. It doesn’t mean, and it never has meant, that bail is guaranteed. The presumption of innocence just means that the prosecutor has to prove that the crime was committed by the defendant. Bail can be denied if the court thinks that the defendant poses a flight risk or a danger to themselves or others.

    Further, there is not zero evidence that he is a danger. They literally played a recorded message of him saying violent crap.

    ” Expressing ones anger privately to a grief consular, spiritual consular, priest, or similar does necessarily or typically translate into a communication to murder someone. Given the circumstances of his caging it’s not unreasonable for him to be particularly emotional and without coherent thought.”

    Sure, but in this case it sounded credible enough for his bail to be denied.

    “Humorously in spite of that he still didn’t make any direct or indirect threats. Only twisting this does it become some sort of violent threat, but you have to misinterpret grief for intent of which no evidence demonstrates that and it was made clear via two methods that what he meant was not literal through both his own testimony and that of at least one character letter from a third party.”

    Grief can lead to intent. The testimony wasn’t convincing.

  18. At many or most jails, all new inmates are currently put in the Seg Unit for 14 days upon arrival. This is being done because of Covid. Inmates in Seg are locked down for 23 hours per day. This is done for everybody. I don’t know Nobody and his history is not one of violence or not showing up for court. So you would like to see him granted bail. But, I don’t know exactly what he said on an obviously recorded line. If he said something really foo!ish, it is hard to blame the Judge for not wanting to take a risk.

  19. The man is charged with white collar crimes and now he won’t be released on bail because he might be violent. If that makes sense to you then I just don’t know what to tell you.

  20. Intrigare – RNP has a significant history of violent crimes. RNP obviously has nothing to keep him in Keene. I have never heard of any property he owns like Ian does so he would be a candidate that would run. He also has a history of drug abuse. He is just a very poor candidate to let out of jail.

  21. He shouldn’t be denied bail..
    Even though personally, I’m not partial to him, at all.
    Principally he should be let out.
    My opinion

  22. “RNP has a significant history of violent crimes.”

    You have quite the imagination Jumping Jacks. Didn’t you tell us Ian would run? Holy cow call in the tracking dogs. He’s probably half way to Guadalajara by now, right Jacks?

  23. “The man is charged with white collar crimes and now he won’t be released on bail because he might be violent. If that makes sense to you then I just don’t know what to tell you.”

    If you want released on bail, don’t make threatening statements on a recorded line.

  24. “If you want released on bail, don’t make threatening statements on a recorded line.”

    Right, society must be protected from that sort of thing.

  25. Hey all – my name is Simon Wood. I’m a journalist with New York Magazine, in town reporting on the Ian Freeman/Crypto Six case. I’ve met a number of folks in the community already and am here for a couple more days. If anybody wants to reach out with thoughts on the case or the local libertarian/crypto scene more generally, please hit me up. I’m at svzwood at gmail dot com. Thanks, Simon

  26. “Right, society must be protected from that sort of thing.”

    Glad we agree on something.

  27. Intrigare – Are you always this obtuse? Ian has a long way to go until his trial. I wonder how much money RNP has hidden away. I wouldn’t think it’s much if at all. He was a major drug user. I’m sure he spent his money on drug dealers.

  28. “Intrigare – Are you always this obtuse? Ian has a long way to go until his trial. I wonder how much money RNP has hidden away. I wouldn’t think it’s much if at all. He was a major drug user. I’m sure he spent his money on drug dealers.”

    I’m not sure if Ian will run. He’s too much into being a martyr. I am also sure the feds are watching his crypto wallets. Hope he has some cash buried somewhere if he is going to dash.

  29. I’m glad people actually care. So many people in the truth movement get forgotten. Has anyone heard the name Side Thorn Journalist a.k.a. Robert Ussery? He has been in solitary confinement awaiting trial since 2019. And Wolfgang Halbig is still awaiting trial without any right to speak to the public. This is happening in America.

  30. Moxieman – Ian and the crest of the crypto6 were laundering money and selling bitcoin illegally. He and the rest of them are in deep shit. They are looking at major prison sentences.

  31. JJ your hate warps…
    What’s really going on
    You’re warped.
    That’s the word of the day for you.
    Warped by hate.

  32. JJ is just a horrible person.. Who we can all be glad we only have to see in free Keene…
    Imagine anyone who has to be in his real life orbit.
    He’s really pittyable .

    Where would he be without freekeene.

  33. David Crawford – What is your problem idiot? You say I hate but I don’t hate. I state the facts. If you don’t like my posts, don’t read it and certainly don’t respond to it.

    Your moral compass has been spinning in circles since your were little.

  34. Anyone who knows Rich Paul knows he’s not the mastermind of anything. Dude can’t manage basic personal hygiene, let alone run a crypto empire.

  35. JJ you are a ugly person.

  36. David Crawford – You are a pathetic clown who’s idols broke the law and are facing a number of years in prison. I bet that makes you feel like a man to know that. Loser.

  37. Get a life.. You are a internet troll.
    Who lies like a rug.. With a fake name
    GET I LIFE.
    YOU ARE A HORRIBLE PERSON

  38. You say that nasty bullcrap to me because I tell the *truth about you.
    You are pathetic
    LoL
    I’m hoping I can make your pathetic trolling ass go away

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