Should NH courts be open and accessible or will they remain censored?
Censorship, even if done for the best of intentions, subsumes the initiation of force – something experienced by individuals seeking transparency at Keene district court and Cheshire Co. superior court. On Friday, Dec. 16, 2011 at the NH supreme court the “rules committee” took comment to determine whether they will “allow” you and me to film their actions.
Despite using different arguments and rationale, every commenter advocated for increased openness. A couple even mentioned how bad things can get when that is lacking. The “committee” seemed receptive. But even if they “rule” on the side of secret proceedings, their text on paper can only usurp your rights if you allow it so.
Below is a video Ademo published yesterday, featuring a not-so friendly public official. Are you happy you pay for such actions?
In late June Ademo was caged and charged with “improper influence” after he politely asked Ed Burke a few questions (about the unjust arrest of Beau Davis):
Shortly after Ademo’s arrest Derrick J. Freeman was arrested:
In July FreeKeene TV did a segment on this issue:
In September Jason Talley was arrested a block away in superior court:
Jason Talley Arrested at Keene Superior Court