Wishing Government Employees a Happy Holiday
This week two of my friends were taken to jail, or a holding cell, for not standing for a judge. Due to an unlawful, if you ask me or refer to the constitution, camera ban inside superior court that actions of one, B. Tebo – bailiff, aka county sheriff – were not caught on film. Well, the courtroom had cameras but the state is not so willing to give them up.
Therefore I decided, with several other FreeKeene Activists, to wait outside for the judges and bailiff – particularly Tebo – in order to seek comment from those who assaulted my friends and threatened the rest of us. Again, for not rising for a judge. Something that isn’t illegal, yet, only a courtroom tradition/rule.
The video below was editing by Derrick J. Freeman, of Fr33Agents.com:
There is a part two coming where sheriff’s threaten us with stalking and intimidation charges for waiting in public space, where no one bares an expectation of privacy, to ask public officials questions. Remember, cameras aren’t allowed in the building so this is an unintended consequence of those actions.
And to the clerks and secretaries who were upset with our actions – You should talk to Tebo about how you feel. As long as he continues to act the way he does, we’ll be there to hold him accountable, he’s a loose cannon who restricts the free pree on a daily baises. It’s his acts you should be ashamed of or upset with. Or how about the judge that keeps your publicly funded jobs a secrete from the public?