Despite threats levied at him by the claimed “authorities” Ademo Freeman has relentlessly stood up for what’s right. Because of that, he’s now caged in Manchester’s Valley Street Jail. As Volatire noted, “It’s dangerous to be right when the government is wrong.”
With his “good time”, Ademo will be free(r) on October 12th and then he’s set to have five years of “good behavior” conditions hanging over his head.
Ademo is going to appeal.
With the help of Brandon Ross, a lawyer out of Concord, NH, it’s hoped that these onerous conditions will become moot and the would-be censors see just how much they’re in the wrong, which will not only deter similar actions in the future on their part but embolden others to act based on what they know is right.
Despite the fact that Ross is working pro bono, there will be costs associated with the appeal, most notably, court filing fees and the hiring of a court transcriber to write an “official” copy of the August 13th trial proceeding. We’re thinking those costs may total 500-1,000FRNs.
Some have called him a political prisoner, or a hero. Many of us just call him a friend. What is clear is that he doesn’t belong in a cage for trying to make more people aware of the assault done by Manchester PD employee Darren Murphy to a 17-yr-old high school student.
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Ordinarily, a person leaving a courtroom with a conviction behind him would wear a somber face. But I left with a smile. I knew that I was a convicted criminal, but I was proud of my crime.
– Martin Luther King, Jr.