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Liberty Lobby 2018 – Week 1 Videos

Free Keene - Tue, 2018-01-16 06:05 +0000

DISCLAIMER: I’m not actually part of Liberty Lobby (though I’ve donated my time to help). I don’t get paid to talk to the legislature. Last year Darryl W Perry launched Liberty Lobby (making him the first crowd-funded lobbyist) and I accompanied him to Concord’s state house and recorded a bunch of videos of our various testimony before the state house committees on a variety of issues. You can see them all on the Free Keene YouTube channel.

While we were both in Concord last week, the first week of the 2018 legislative session, we were actually never in the same committee hearing. He attends the election committee hearings (here’s his week wrapup post), and I’m frequently in criminal justice and judiciary committees. So, here are the videos from the hearings I attended:

HB 1566 – This is the most ridiculous video of all of them from Week 1. Keene’s worst state rep, Delmar Burridge, a lover of big, oppressive government, proposed a bill to restrict open carry in multiple places statewide. I spoke against it and he was literally bouncing in his seat with excitement when I pointed out how it was wrong to try to force societal change from the top down. He disagrees, of course. You can jump straight to my testimony here. Here’s the full hearing video:

HB 1778 – State Rep Dick Marple proposes a bill to abolish driver licensing except for commercial purposes. I spoke in favor. This is the full hearing:

HB 1542 – Would legalize the concealed carry of guns on all NH state college campuses. I spoke in favor. This is the full hearing video:

CACR 16 – State Rep Neal Kurk proposes amending the constitution to enshrine the right to privacy from government. I skeptically spoke in favor. This is the full hearing video:

HB 1426 – This awful bill would make revenge porn a sex offender list offense. I spoke against. This is the full hearing video:

HB 1567 – A confusing bill from wannabe tyrant Delmar Burridge that adjusts prostitution penalties up and down. I spoke against. This is the full hearing video:

HB 1504 – Would add civil liberties violations to the purview of the Human Rights Commission. I cautiously spoke in favor. Here’s almost all of the hearing:

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Keene’s Imam Launches Weekday Radio Show; Makes Major Splash in NH Media

Free Keene - Sun, 2018-01-14 22:45 +0000

Ernest Hancock and Will Coley Broadcasting from Shirefest 2017

In the face of threats from the City of Keene, New Hampshire’s first full-time mosque opened its doors during the holiday season for both Islamic and interfaith gatherings. As a result, mainstream media covered the grand opening, including the Keene Sentinel and Union Leader.

Shortly thereafter, imam Will Coley was interviewed by WKBK‘s morning talk show host, Dan Mitchell. The interview is very good and you can listen to it here:

As of last week, Coley has launched a weekday afternoon drive talk radio show, “Call to Freedom” on Keene-based LRN.FM – the Liberty Radio Network. LRN.FM is a 24/7 streaming audio network heard online and on free-to-air satellite internationally. Coley’s new weekday show along with longtime nighttime show “Free Talk Live“, (on which Coley is a frequent co-host) are also both simulcast in HD video via the brand new LRN.FM Twitch channel.

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Call to Freedom features a daily Crypto Hour, where all the conversation is focused on the world of cryptocurrency. Also, throughout the full three hour show per day, listeners have a chance to win cryptocurrency giveaways if they hear either a faucet sound effect, or a satellite targeting sound effect. You can listen live to LRN.FM from 4-7pm Eastern, Monday through Friday and call in to win free internet money at 603-283-6160. The show also features plenty of libertarian opinions on the issues with a rotating set of co-hosts including several area libertarian personalities as well as remote hosts including crypto-expert Aria DiMezzo aka, “the Anarchist Shemale” and attorney/wrestling manager Thom Gray.

The rapport between the hosts of the show is excellent and Coley’s sense of humor and energy is outstanding. Be sure to listen live on LRN.FM, or later on via their podcast.

Also, LRN.FM recently launched a Discord where you can text or voice chat with other listeners and hosts, so be sure to join us on the new Discord at Discord.LRN.FM!

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NH "Preemption" Accountability Bill Divides 2A Community

Adventures in the Free State - Thu, 2018-01-11 04:12 +0000
"Preemption" -- the notion that the 2nd Amendment and NH's own Article 2-a actually mean what they say, and that, NH not being, for good or ill, what's called a "home rule" state, local communities (and other subdivisions) can only do what Concord has authorized them to do -- was nevertheless officially codified back in 2003 as RSA 159:26.

Sadly, the rule of that law has subsequently chafed certain recalcitrant local officials, who have continued, on occasion, to unilaterally overrule it (such as some police chiefs who feel entitled to modify the one-and-only-authorized/accept-no-substitutes Dept of Safety Pistol/Revolver License application by requiring additional information). HB1749, "relative to the state's authority to prohibit or regulate firearms and relative to the selectmen's authority to manage town property," heard here, 1/10/2018, before the NH House Municipal and County Government Committee, not to put too fine a point on it, is an effort to say, "no, we really meant it, and you will be held accountable." Well, ok then...

Curiously, while we are presented with always-expected objections from self-interested government(-affiliated) actors -- advocacy groups the NH Municipal Association (their testimony, essentially, including the exclamation points, can be found here) and the NH Chiefs of Police Association (hey, now there's a surprise...), and from representatives of a couple of town select boards -- and the always amusing (and usually bemusing) Rep Tim Horrigan, no one actually from the private-sector hoplophobe community even showed up.

Pure bizarre internecine struggle, otherwise, with state gun activists staking out opposing positions. However, there does appear to be some building consensus surrounding a proffered amendment initially presented to the Committee in testimony by Gun Owners of NH, starting at about the 1:04:00 mark. At this juncture, however, it must be officially introduced by a Committee member during their Executive Session (which didn't happen this day) to be considered. So if you have a Representative sitting on the Municipal and County Government Committee, you might want to put a bug in their ear about making sure it's allowed to at least see the light of day and be discussed.

James Gaffney at about 1:36:30 pretty much nails the objective, regardless of the execution: shouldn't government officials be held accountable when they -- perhaps even intentionally -- break the law? Aren't you? Even when maybe it's not intentional? Shouldn't there be some substantive incentive not to break the law? Or does election -- or mere appointment -- make men angels...?

But yeah, it's a concept that really should be applied to government violations of all rights, not just gun rights. I do feel compelled to note here that there are 10 co-/sponsors on this bill, and their average NH Liberty Alliance legislative grade is an A+...


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Feature Article on Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Runs in NH’s Largest Newspaper

Free Keene - Sun, 2017-12-31 22:35 +0000

The grand opening of Portsmouth’s Free State Bitcoin Shoppe in September

This summer, the Keene Sentinel ran an excellent feature story about Bitcoin and the local businesses here that accept it. Now the Union Leader has joined in the cryptocurrency coverage in a lengthy story featured on their website that focuses on three cryptocurrency-accepting businesses statewide.

Journalist Melanie Plenda does a thorough job in her story and gets some really useful and insightful quotes from the business owners she interviewed.

You can check out the story here on the Union Leader’s site.

If you’re a liberty-oriented cryptocurrency fan, ask yourself if this level of positive cryptocurrency news coverage is happening in your area. If not, you really ought to consider moving to the crypto-Mecca of New Hampshire. Here are 101 reasons why you should.

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The One Where the Commission Announces Its Findings Before the Hearing

Adventures in the Free State - Tue, 2017-11-28 14:55 +0000
For the predetermined deliberations of this lopsided simpatico NH Commission to Study the Legalization, Regulation, and Taxation of Marijuana (and here's the Senate hearing on the House bill to establish it) is what the NH House Criminal Justice Committee insists it must wait. But rest assured, citizen, your unauthorized overlords are unbiased. Uh-huh. They "represent" you, too...

Can this really be surprising, though, when the hand-picked membership is overwhelmingly comprised of unrepentant on-the-record -- even vestedly self-interested -- drug warriors? Oh, the prohibitionist/authoritarian echo chamber. Thank you, late-commission-addition attorney Paul "How the hell did he get in here?!?" Twomey, for injecting a shudder of jarring objectivity and honesty into the juggernaut.

The titular revelation barely 4 minutes into this "impartial" commission's only second non-"organizational" meeting, 11/27/2017 -- the announcement that the Chair is already intending to speak in House session against this year's "marijuana legalization" bill, HB656 (the Criminal Justice Committee's equally tediously predictable Executive Session for which can be seen here), and his request for the commission's consent for him to speak on behalf of the whole group at that time -- and then Mr. Twomey's desperately needed subsequent objection to said presumptuous, disingenuous, "really, who needs a horse anyway when we got this here dandy pre-ordained cart?" Committee Chair's request round out the first 6 minutes.

If you'd just prefer to skip over all the essentially "the feds might get mad!" and "we have to protect voluntary commercial partners from themselves!" -- and, of course, the ever-popular catch-all, "REGULATE ALL THE THINGS!" -- bullshit that comes next, Marijuana Policy Project's New England Political Director Matt Simon -- who isn't on this commission, bringing some deficient balance, right next to the devoutly prohibitionist private-sector advocacy group New Futures, because...? -- starts at about 59:00, providing some rational facts regarding the recent history and current regional state of "The War on People Who Use (Some) Drugs"™.

(Some unfortunate audio difficulties in the middle as my mic battery slowly expired without notice, somewhat ameliorated in post, but it clears up with a mic swap just after 1:24:00.)

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DUI Checkpoint Activism + College Know-Your-Rights Outreach

Free Keene - Mon, 2017-11-20 23:01 +0000

Recently I wrote the eulogy for Cop Block, the national police accountability activist news website. Nothing lasts forever, especially in the world of activism, where doing the right thing rarely means one can make a living at it. Burnout is real and has happened to some of the brightest activists to ever hit the Cop Block scene.

Cop Block as a national organization may have died, but it’s not dead here in New Hampshire, where it was incubated – according to founder Pete Eyre – in Keene.

Though regular Cop Blocking patrols are more rare these days and more likely to happen in Keene than anywhere else, large numbers of activists still participate in the ongoing DUI checkpoint countering that happens multiple times a year in Manchester.

Toward the end of this summer, state and local police set up DUI checkpoints in Cheshire county for the first time in five years. Thomas Parisi from The Jail Paper came out with the group to document the checkpoint. It was set up just a few hundred feet from the bridge to Brattleboro, VT so we had multiple Cop Blockers on both points of entry to the checkpoint with multiple reflective signs alerting peaceful motorists to the upcoming harassment. Not surprisingly, state police statistics reported zero DUIs were found during the checkpoint, though they did write a bunch of motor vehicle violation tickets and make a few drug possession arrests. So, all victimless “crimes” – another huge waste of taxpayer dollars.

The Jail Paper also reported on Cop Block know-your-rights outreach that regularly happens in the Keene State College neighborhood. Here are both videos in one, courtesy of The Jail Paper:

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Keene Bitcoin Vending Machine Becomes Cryptocurrency Vending Machine, Adds DASH!

Free Keene - Sun, 2017-11-19 20:58 +0000

DASH, Now Available at the Crypto Vending Machine in Keene, NH!

Recent drama behind the scenes with Bitcoin has resulted in the world’s most popular and oldest cryptocurrency, that sadly can’t scale to increased demand, and as a result, has escalating, ridiculous fees.

Luckily, thanks to an NH-based upstart from the Seacoast called Anypay, now merchants can accept DASH at point-of-sale. In fact, here in Keene, New Hampshire, local mom-n-pop retailers Corner News, Hot Hogs BBQ, D’s Cafe, and Route 101 Local Goods all now accept DASH at the register via the Anypay app.

It’s a relief to be able to use cryptocurrency again retail in real life, with fees that are sane. Fees for sending are usually no more than 1-3 cents’ worth of DASH per transaction, and they’re expected to get even lower with DASH’s next upgrade. Compare that with Bitcoin’s recent, insane $10+ median fees recently. Over the last couple of days they’ve dipped, but are still over $6 worth of BTC just to send a transaction. It’s sad – Bitcoin is broken, yet amazingly continues an upward trend in value, just today setting a new record high of over $8,000 USD per BTC.

Right in the midst of the DASH retail explosion happening in both Portsmouth and Keene, Lamassu, the manufacturer of Keene’s first Bitcoin Vending Machine released a long-awaited system update that has expanded their software to allow for multiple cryptocurrencies to be vended. Since DASH is uniquely positioned as “digital cash” and has growing point-of-sale support in the Keene area, it is now the first additional cryptocurrency besides bitcoin to be offered as a vended product in this region.

Route 101 Local Goods is at 661 Marlboro Rd. in Keene, NH

That means DASH is now available in Cryptocurrency Vending Machines (CVMs) across southern New Hampshire! In June, Portsmouth became the first city to offer DASH in its vending machine(s). One month later, Manchester’s original Bitcoin Vending Machine at Murphy’s taproom had added DASH.

Route 101 Local Goods, the location of Keene’s CVM, is at 661 Marlboro Rd. and is open Mon-Sat 10a-6p, and Sunday 11a-5p. They accept multiple cryptocurrencies at the register and offer some really cool NH-sourced, hand-crafted products for sale. It’s a perfect place to do all your holiday shopping.

Thanks to Lamassu (originally based in Manchester, NH) for the system update to allow people to have a choice in the crypto-marketplace. If you’re a crypto-libertarian and you aren’t planning a move to NH, here are 101 Reasons why you should.

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Dash Contractor Points Remittance Users to Crypto ATMs Over “Funding the Wall”

Free Keene - Sun, 2017-11-19 02:24 +0000

Billions in remittances are annually sent from folks in the USSA to their friends and families elsewhere. For decades, firms like Western Union and MoneyGram took a hefty fee for this service. But today, with the emergence of peer-to-peer digital currencies like Dash, money transfers can be done more speedily and with a much lower fee. This latter route can now be pursued by residents of San Antonio, Texas thanks to the existence of a Dash-enabled General Bytes Machine at LOL Liquors.

This video features Danny Sessom of and Paras Arora of LOL Liquors.

LOL Liquors has two locations in greater San Antonio and offers one hour delivery within Bexar County (210-714-0036).

  • 12107 Toepperwein Rd., Ste. 6, Live Oak, Texas 78233
  • 7432 W Military Dr, San Antonio, TX 78227
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[DANNY SESSOM] What I feel is kind of important about what we’re doing is trying to reach the immigrant community who are, of course, the unbanked and that’s kind of what cryptocurrency’s all about. And we want to teach them how to use cryptocurrency to cheaply send money home to Mexico or South America, Central America, wherever.

[REMITTANCE FLOWS WORLDWIDE ONLINE ARTICLE] $134 billion in remittances was sent from the U.S. to other countries in 2015. About 1/6 of that was sent to people in Mexico.

[DANNY SESSOM] You know, one of the things that Trump was talking about as far as building the wall is this is the way that we’re going to pay for it, this is how we’re going to force Mexico to pay for it is, you know, raising the fees on remittance services and tariffs and stuff going across the border. Well hey, why would anybody want to contribute to something that’s such an insult to them? So we’re delivering the Dash ATM to LOL Liquors.

[WHAT IS DASH? VIDEO EXCERPT] Dash is digital cash. Money exchanged on a highly secure, open source, peer to peer network.

[PARAS ARORA] It’s such an honor to have it here at the store. I have a ATM at my second location but that’s not a Dash ATM it’s just a Bitcoin ATM so this is an upgrade to me. Number one it increases foot traffic. Bitcoin ATMs are not —Bitcoin and Dash ATMs I should say, are not as common still, so it’s a destination shop. You know, people are going to drive from all over the place and this machine should pull traffic from as far as 100 miles, even 150 miles. The San Antonio community is very interesting, very diverse number one, I should say. Predominantly it’s a hispanic community and we really got affected you know — people had friends and family you know — of course the natural disaster that happened in Mexico. So of course they all want to help and, let’s say it’s their hard-earned money and San Antonio is really also very much of a blue collar community so let’s say you only have $60 that you want to send your family and you’re paying $18, $20 out of that $60 to Western Union or MoneyGram — that really eats 20-30% off that cost, which is, you know, completely not right. You know, these people are trying to help their families and friends and they really can’t do it.

[WHAT IS DASH? VIDEO EXCERPT] With Dash, fees are extremely low or completely nonexistent.

[DANNY SESSOM] I’ve been a contractor for roofing for 30 years now. Well, the guys that worked for me and everything I would take them down to send their money through Western Union and they were always getting raked over the coals so when I did get into Bitcoin I realized that hey, this is something that I need to be teaching these guys about. There is going to be a 5% fee if they’re using the ATMs, which would be lower than the normal ATM fees. I think people are paying 10%, 15% or more to use the crypto ATMs with Bitcoin or whatever. So, we’ll have a coupon code for these people to use it and get away with 5%.What we’re hoping for is, you know, Bitso is going to be accepting Dash so they’ll have an exchange that they can work with on that side but I think what would be more effective for them is actually the Wirex card because the fees will be lower. Basically you would just send your cryptocurrency and since they added Dash recently, you’d be able to send your Dash there as well and it would just load onto your pre-paid debit card and you’d spend it as dollars wherever you go. It was available in Mexico and I spoke with some of the guys from Wirex recently and they’ve been in Mexico working on that, so they’re working right now on bringing it back online in Mexico.

[PARAS ARORA] You want to change the world — you don’t change the world by selecting the right politician, you don’t change the world by voting for X person or Y person, you change the world with modern technology. You change the world by coding. That’s crypto for you. This is how we can change the world.




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Brandon Pinney Victorious in Court in Free Speech Case vs NH State Police

Free Keene - Sat, 2017-11-18 19:15 +0000

Brandon Pinney Awaits Trial in a “Fuck Cops” Handmade Shirt

After being found guilty last year in Keene District Court of “disorderly conduct” for telling state police to “fuck off”, NH-native Brandon Pinney appealed to a jury trial. I’m happy to announce that thanks to a hung jury, Brandon is victorious, as the state has decided to not retry the case. In an email, Brandon says:

Just letting you know that the deadline has passed for the state to retry me and the hung jury stands. While i am disappointed I was not fully exonerated i am glad and fortunate that in my case a jury of my peers was able to see that the situation did not unfold as the state presented it.

For the full initial district court trial video, you can check out this post. At the time, he heroically wore a “FUCK COPS” homemade t-shirt into court. Free speech includes the right to say unpleasant things to government officials. The district court judge, Edward Burke, was wrong to uphold the charge against him and it was good to see some jurors could see the situation clearly. This is a clear free speech issue, and in the long run the state would have lost in its own courts. Brandon stated further:

I also want you to know that I don’t regret wearing my shirt. I am more than a little troubled that my arresting officer initially served as the prosecutor. I believe that a county prosecutor would have declined to take up the case after reading the witness statements. Some of the statements made by the ranger, the fish and game officer and state trooper, as well as their testimony at trial, were impeached and this fact demonstrates the weakness of their case. It is unfortunate that things ever went as far as they did the day I was arrested and in the ensuing legal process.

To learn more about jury nullification, your right to judge a case based on your conscience, please visit Congratulations to Brandon on his win, thanks to the jurors who voted not guilty, and sorry for the belated update on this important case!

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LIVE from Seg! Ep. 026 – (((Franken-Stein)))

Christopher Cantwell - Sat, 2017-11-18 16:41 +0000

LIVE from Seg! Ep. 026 – (((Franken-Stein)))

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Urgent need of commissary funds

Christopher Cantwell - Fri, 2017-11-17 18:25 +0000

Chris is running very low on commissary funds. If he runs out, he won’t be able to make phone calls and he won’t be able to produce any more content. If you like listening to live from seg, please send him some money here.

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Christopher Cantwell’s call into Free Talk Live

Christopher Cantwell - Thu, 2017-11-16 23:02 +0000

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LIVE from Seg! Ep. 025 – Soviet Poverty Lie Center

Christopher Cantwell - Thu, 2017-11-16 16:14 +0000

LIVE from Seg! Ep. 025 – Soviet Poverty Lie Center

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Christopher Cantwell’s message to the people of Charlottesville

Christopher Cantwell - Thu, 2017-11-16 14:44 +0000

Christopher Cantwell’s message to the people of Charlottesville, transcribed from the first part of episode 24 of live from seg.

A message to the people of Charlottesville, allow me to break character for a moment. I am not a supervillain; I just play one on the radio. My name is Christopher Cantwell. Many of you know me as the Crying Nazi. When free I’m the host of a live uncensored open phones internet radio show called The Radical Agenda. Since I’ve been in the custody of the Albemarle-Charlottesville regional jail, I’ve been doing a different type of show called Live From Seg! due to a prohibition on three way calling at the jail.  Put simply, I am a professional entertainer, and have been for years. Long before I was podcasting, before I even had my own blog, I was doing stand-up comedy in New York and making YouTube videos. Before that, I ran for Congress as a Libertarian, where some would argue my write in campaign after failing to make the ballot spoiled the race for Republican challenger Randy Altschuler, giving Tim Bishop, the incumbent, another term in New York’s first congressional district.

I am not a Nazi. I’ve said this so many times that I get sick of repeating myself, but when you see Jewish media lying all the time, as I’ve seen them do to me and my comrades since August. you begin to understand how those ideas begin to gain traction. As I’ve said before, “You keep on calling everyone a Nazi, and eventually you’re going to be right.” That said, I am a racist, not that that word means anything in America today. If Ralph Northam likes you to believe that Ed Gillespie spends his free time mowing down brown children in a pickup, then when I’m far to the right of Ed Gillespie, and even I don’t find that sort of thing attractive, then I’d go so far as to say that race baiting tactics of the left is so far from reality to make that word rather useless in the common parlance.

To clarify, then, I think that race is real. I am certain that there are genetic biological differences between racial groups, which manifest themselves in socially valued categories like intelligence, athleticism, and inclinations towards crime or cooperation. Put simply: blacks are not filling up our prisons because of white racism, any more than they are dominating professional sports due to nepotism. I am skeptical of Jews, because much of what they say contains indicators of deception. When it suits their purposes, Jews are just our fellow white folks, unless of course they need to play the victim, at which point they become an oppressed minority, which I find difficult to take seriously considering their dramatic overrepresentation in government, media, and finance.

That said, I don’t want to hurt anybody. I’m getting angry because I’m pointing out obvious facts and, without correction, I’m being branded a thought criminal and getting violent opposition from real criminals who have the full cooperation of government and media. I came to Charlottesville to promote my radio show after being invited by a Charlottesville resident to participate in a peaceful, permitted demonstration championed by the ACLU. I conditioned my participation in the torch march on cooperation with law enforcement and I was assured that I would have it. In return, I was maced twice in as many days. I was falsely accused of four separate crimes, one of which I was never charged with, two of which were dropped, and one of which I am still being held without bond on and face 20 years in prison over, even after all these other false accusations have been made obvious. Meanwhile, nobody is pursuing the people who assaulted me or perjured themselves with these false accusations. If I sound angry on the radio, this is why, and I have every right to be. You cannot call yourself an advocate of justice, social or otherwise, if you do not oppose my persecution.

The prosecutor in my case, Robert Tracci, understandably finds the subject matter of my media productions offensive. Unfortunately for him, there is nothing illegal about that. He is abusing his power by prosecuting me for self-defense on false accusations while allowing assault and perjury to go unpunished on the other side, because he hates my radio show like an obsessed and disaffected fan. Now that I have spent 84 days in jail on false accusations, lawsuits are unavoidable. But I have no interest in Charlottesville. All I want to do is to go back home to Keene, New Hampshire and do my radio show. If Mr. Tracci insists on making me go to trial, however, I will win. It will bolster my case in civil court, and I will be inclined to make my presence felt in this city for years to come. I could choose to move here, to attend city council meetings, to purchase political advertising, and even run for office, and I would do so with public officials afraid to touch me for fear of another lawsuit. If the fact that I have committed no crime is not motivation enough to drop these charges, perhaps getting rid of me can serve as motivation for a favorable plea deal.

Even though I have done nothing wrong, I am willing to consider pleading guilty to disorderly conduct or some other similar nonviolent misdemeanor and be sentenced to time served if it brings this criminal matter to a permanent and prompt conclusion. I am happy to consider meeting with Mr. Tracci personally with my attorney present. I invite him to speak to my local police department to confirm that I am not in fact a supervillain, and rather only play one on the radio. Phil Christiana of the FBI’s Joint Terrorist Task Force has asked for my assistance in preventing future violence, and I am happy to provide that assistance, but I must be released from custody and be permitted to do this to put this ordeal behind me.

I am happy to discuss any of this with the media. Just provide me with a direct US phone number to call. No extensions or automated systems, since the jail’s phone system requires a human answer. By sending me mail inmate at Christopher Cantwell, Inmate #631424, Albemarle-Charlottesville regional jail, 160 Peregory Lane. Charlottesville, Virginia 22902, or you can Contact the jail and make arrangements to visit me there.

Now, one of the interesting things we discovered at my preliminary hearing is that the tranny lunatic who falsely accused me knows the identity of the guy I pepper sprayed, the one we’ve been calling Beanie Man. The prosecution wants him to come forward and charge me with malicious injury, but he has thus far refused to do so. I now think I know why. Further review of the available video appears to show that Beanie Man is the one who sprayed me and a bunch of other people with pepper spray. If so, him coming forward could expose him to several malicious injury charges of his own, not to mention malicious wounding for attacking the guy in the Tank Top and opening his head, as can be seen in the ****** photo that has become infamous. Not only that, but further review of my pepper spray deployment appears to show that my second deployment did in fact make contact with another combatant, a man described to me as Undersleeves, who is apparently ganging up on Tank Top with Beanie Man. He came at me after I took out Beanie Man, and I took him out in self-defense.

Unlike my accusers, I have not had the opportunity to review these videos dozens of times. My attorney and others have. I’ve been limited to my own recollections and third party accounts. I have said from the beginning that I only recalled pepper spraying one person, the guy we’ve been calling Beanie Man, because after he assaulted Tank Top, he came at me. Reviewing the video, it becomes obvious my recollection was flawed, as often happened in fast paced violent conflicts, and any person with a law enforcement background can inform you of that. Video shows that I come back for a second deployment, pepper spraying upwards, in a manner the prosecution describes as indiscriminate. I have responded by saying that I am not particularly experienced at pepper spraying people, and might have made a mistake. Further review seems to indicate, however, that I did, in fact, hit another combatant, indicating that I acted on good instincts.

Ladies and gentlemen, yes, there are going to be lawsuits, and I am not at liberty to discuss the details of them in the course of this recording. I will be talking about them a great deal going forward. I did nothing wrong. I am not a criminal. If I wanted violence, I would have found it long before I came to Charlottesville. People threaten me all the time, OK? Robert Tracci and the Charlottesville government are acting maliciously towards me because they don’t like the things I say on the radio. And I don’t blame them! I make an offensive violent racist podcast. I’m not surprised that they find it upsetting. But until they ban hate speech and repeal the First Amendment, that’s not illegal.

Drop the charges.


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Eli Mosley talks about testifying at Christopher Cantwell’s trial

Christopher Cantwell - Wed, 2017-11-15 21:09 +0000

Eli Mosley talks about testifying at Christopher Cantwell’s trial.

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LIVE from Seg! Ep. 024 – People of Charlottesville

Christopher Cantwell - Wed, 2017-11-15 15:19 +0000

Political prisoner Christopher Cantwell is joined by Jared Howe via telephone for this twenty fourth episode of LIVE from Seg!, recorded live on November 14th, 2017 and presented by the Radical Agenda.

LIVE from Seg! Ep. 024 – People of Charlottesville

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Fiat Prohibition and the Defiant Tenacity of the State

Adventures in the Free State - Wed, 2017-11-15 03:33 +0000
The NH House Criminal Justice Committee addresses a pair of prohibition-antagonistic bills in Executive Session, 11/14/2017. HB287 and HB656 -- dealing with what you're "allowed" to do with your body and what you're "allowed" to put in your body, respectively -- thus get their official committee recommendations to the full body, which will likely vote on them next week. Get those cards and letters flowing, people...

  • Stossel: Who Owns Your Body
  • House committee rejects N.H. marijuana legalization bill

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Updates for November 14th 2017

Christopher Cantwell - Wed, 2017-11-15 01:35 +0000

News about the Christopher Cantwell case in Charlottesville:

– Cantwell is currently seeking bond and hopes to have a hearing within the next two weeks

– Cantwell will be named as a plaintiff on two lawsuits involving the events which transpired at Unite the Right in August

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