by Garret Ean
Nov 14 2010
A peaceful protest was the scene of two arrests for criminal use of sidewalk chalk. On November 13, two NH activists were detained and then each released with $125 threatening notes. Is sidewalk chalking actually illegal, or is this another instance of authorities creating the law on the spot for their own convenience?
A federal employee, Officer Thompson (Thomson?) was the initiator of aggression, but he was quickly joined by a Concord Police officer who awaited in the locked office building. A third aggressor, who may work for a privately contracted security agency, also assisted in legal kidnappings.
Video from FreeConcord.org on the scene:
Update Nov. 29 1010 – Censorship Alert! – Youtube has removed the video, presumably because one of the aggressors in the video did not want you to see it. Free Speech, Officer Secret. Here’s the original video now hosted by blip.tv.
More information on this internet censorship will be posted as it becomes available.