Ademo’s situation has lately been gathering a lot of attention, which isn’t too surprising per the insane threats levied at him – 21-years in a cage for recording public officials who were on the clock.
Not only did Ademo not act in the wrong, he should be lauded for his actions. He pointed-out that Darren Murphy, who had slammed a 17-year old student onto a table for uttering an explicative, was not held accountable due to the fact that he works the Manchester Police Department. No one has extra rights, especially those with badges who claim to serve and protect.
The first article, CopBlock wiretap case to go to trial, appeared on the front page yesterday. The second article, Protestors hand out leaflets during jury selection in wiretapping case, was published on the fifth page of the front section today.
For more: http://copblock.org/freeademo
Join us next Monday, August 13th outside Hillsborough County Superior Court in Manchester, NH to support Ademo. We’ll be doing jury outreach at 8am and the “circus” is set to begin at 9am.