by Garret Ean
June 25 2013
Yesterday I received in the mail a semi-update on the Robin Hood lawsuit. My discovery request is apparently being treated partially as a 91-A request, which entitles you to a friendly letter from the city (in this case, penned by jester Mullins himself). He affirmed that he still reserved the right to object to my discovery request, and I have yet to hear word back on that.
Earlier in the week, while myself and many other activists from across the Earth were in northern New Hampshire attending the tenth Porcupine Freedom Festival, the royalty deeming itself the city of Keene spent more of the people’s stolen labor value hiring fancy pants lawyers from Concord to run interference for their case. Myself and others received a notice of appearance by the lawfirm Gallagher, Callahan, and Gartrell, with Eric G. Moscowitz (aka No. 18961) and Charles P. Bauer (aka No. 208) to be sidekicking on the city’s frivolous folly.
In a debasingly juvenile move by ‘the city of Keene’, someone(s) with incredibly limited experience working with video did the disservice of not only incorrectly scaling, but also compressing from high resolution to an unacceptable-as-VHS pixelated product video of Robin Hooders in action. Beyond the degraded resolution quality, the editing is so choppily fast paced that none of the sentence fragments of interactions documented provide any context. A list of sources of each video segment are currently being compiled by the merry people, as the city of course provided almost no description accompanying the video beyond continuing to falsely assert that, “the so called ‘Robin Hooders,’…stated intention is the elimination of a function of City Government.” A response video from the producers of AKPF #1 is expected to document the amount of heavy editing employed by the footage’s anonymous doctoror. It is unlikely that the amateur attempt at video editing published by the city of Keene would be admissible in court. Unlike the city of Keene, the Merry Women and Men publish their raw footage for full accountability. Lacking legal credibility, the video will stand as yet another public relations embarrassment for city bureaucrats combating the persistently pleasant Robin Hooders.
Whether it is via a 91-A request or the discovery notice that I’ve filed for the case, I look forward to receiving more information sooner than later, though I don’t expect further ramblings from royal adversaries could be taken seriously much longer.