Monthly Archives: February 2012

Three Arrests for Trespassing at Keene Superior Court

by Garret Ean Feb 28 2012 The cheshire county superior courthouse was the scene of two arrests early yesterday. A third arrest took place down the street from the courthouse after deputies followed Derrick J to his car to arrest … Continue reading

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Concord Police to Host Local Access Show

by Garret Ean Feb 24 2012 A new, twenty minute program on ConcordTV, the local access cable station show On the Beat will be hosted by community resource officer Ryan Howe. Concord-NH Patch had an article announcing the series yesterday. … Continue reading

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A Reminder to the New Hampshire Supreme Court

Published over at Free Keene today is the following entry by Brad Jardis. Brad is a former law enforcement officer who will be representing Jason Talley, who was arrested for possession of a camera at the Cheshire County Superior Court. … Continue reading

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Resisting the Next Big War: Peace With Iran Rally at Veterans Park

by Garret Ean Feb 15 2012 On Saturday, February 4, a national day of war resistance was celebrated in the streets of cities around the nation. Following a protest at the Obama re-election campaign office opening, I headed to Veterans … Continue reading

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Activist Cuts Deal on Occupy Charge

by Garret Ean Feb 13 2012 Occupy NH activist Matthew Richards has accepted a diversion program deal to avoid a trespassing charge stemming from his arrest in January. Matthew was arrested during the January 8 republican presidential debate at the … Continue reading

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Chalkings and Signs at 2/4 Obama Protest

Images from the February 4 protest outside of the Obama re-election campaign office in Nashua, NH.

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Is Free Keene Influencing Keene Politics (for once)?

by Garret Ean Feb 8 2012 Free Keene activists have often been portrayed as an alternative to the mainstream of whatever it is they’re compared to. In NH state politics, they are the ominous extreme that some politicians take care … Continue reading

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