Help free Ademo, New Hampshire Activist imprisoned for interviewing policeSubmitted by JohnGalt300 on Sat, 09/08/2012 - 11:57
We need your help…. Wrongfully charged and convicted of three counts of FELONY wiretapping.
1) Call the Attorney General and let him know that “Prosecutor Michael Valentine KNOWINGLY CHARGED AND ARRESTED ADEM MUELLER WITH 3 COUNTS OF FELONY WIRETAPPING AND THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE JUSTICE SERVED! ” And ask nicely for him to please take action for Adem Mueller’s immediate release.
Michael A. Delaney, Attorney General
On August 13th, 2012 a jury found Adam Mueller (pronounced “Miller”, aka Ademo Freeman) guilty of three felony counts of wiretapping in Hillsborough Superior Court in Manchester, NH.
On August 23rd a superb motion was submitted by Concord-based lawyer Brandon Ross (embedded below), who’s representing Ademo pro bono, which points-out that Ademo was incorrectly charged* and thus should be free pending appeal. Thus far “the court” has yet to act.
Call and/or write judge Kenneth Brown and demand Ademo (Adam Mueller) be freed!
Hillsborough County Superior Court North
ATTN: Kenneth Brown
300 Chestnut Street
Manchester, NH 03101
Feel free to send the text from this post (or write your own) to WMUR, the Manchester-based TV station, and to The Union-Leader, the largest-circulated newspaper in New Hampshire:
The Union-Leader: http://www.unionleader.com/section/services0302
*Per NH statute 570-A:2 a felony charge necessitates that the recording of a conversation (the wiretapping) be done by someone independent of the call. During Ademo’s trial [watch: raw, edited, polished], prosecutor Michael Valentine repeated pointed-out that it was Ademo who had made and recorded the three phone calls to public officials included on the Oct. 4th, 2011 video update – something that Ademo readily acknowledged (he pursued a strategy of jury nullification). Thus, Ademo never should have been convicted of, let along charged, with felonies.
This is the “justice” gotten in today’s criminals justice system. Please take a few minutes to help correct that!
Also, per Part 1, Article 8 of the NH Constitution, all officers of government “should be open, accessible, accountable and responsive.” As Ross correctly pointed-out in the motion, the “retaliatory prosecution by government employees chills citizen-journalists’ rights to free speech and press as guaranteed” by that section.
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