Occupy NH on Trial

by Garret Ean
June 28 2012

While many porcupines were occupied in the northern nether-reaches of the state at the 2012 Porcupine Freedom Festival, the collective trial of the five arrested and over a dozen cited for curfew violations at the eviction of the Occupy New Hampshire encampment occured in Manchester on June 22. Like the Chalking 8 trials, there is no ruling at this point as Judge William Lyons issued homework to the defense and prosecution requesting essays in support of their respective positions. Arnie Alpert, who was present for the eviction as well as the trial reports from his blog, Inzane Times. Readers of Free Concord may recognize some familiar faces among the photos published on the Inzane Times blog.

http://inzanetimes.wordpress.com/2012/06/23/notes-from-an-occupy-trial-could-a-curfew-violation-be-ruled-a-constitutionally-protected-revolutionary-act/

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