This morning Carlos Miller posted over at his site Pixiq.com:
The co-founder of Cop Block has found himself incarcerated numerous times over the years for his insistence on recording public officials in their public capacities.
He is incarcerated right now, serving 60 days on a resisting arrest charge, which actually is a result of a clerical screw-up.
But none of those stints in jail come close to his latest legal case in which he is facing up to 21 years in prison for felony wiretapping.
His trial, which begins today in Manchester, New Hampshire, has the potential to establish case law for years to come.
An acquittal will send the message that public officials do not have an expectation of privacy when they are speaking as public officials to a citizen on a telephone call.
A guilty verdict will send the message that police can record us without our consent but we can’t record them.
That, after all, is what law enforcement officials from all levels have been vying for all along.
Read the complete write-up, which includes more background, relevant New Hampshire statutes, and videos of Carlos and Ademo.
Visit CopBlock.org/FreeAdemo for complete background on Ademo’s situation