Thursday, November 18, 2010

Letter from a New Hampshire Jail

After 30 years, I never thought I would write this. Nottingham NH and it's history, found its way to my desktop last night, ironically a man had written a Letter from a New Hampshire Jail cell. The video on this page by a New Hampshire resident incarcerated for,,

filming parts of this video commentary, a Mr RidleyReport. The town of Nottingham NH, of 1721, a place, ( where the Indians were more feared then the King of England, and I grew up, a niche was cut from the flanks of the Pawtuckaway (Patuccoway) volcano and the Round Pond area by colonists who took up arms against the British, and had the war gone to the English, had been tried for treason and put to death. 290 years later this video appears whilst our country is led by above the law politicians, and swift justice is served by brainwashed para military police.

The dollar is dropping, unemployment and all other cost of living are on the rise, this man wrote this Letter from a New Hampshire Jail cell for filming unconstitutional / illegal police activity in a public building. Hopefully you watch this short video and think back to the kind of fortitude it took to live on this country side, and then fight for it. Where are all the young good lawyers with Sam Adams balls, where are you my friends and comrades, our peers are asleep.

Thank you Daughters of the American Revolution for preserving the information at
The Square Schoolhouse Museum located on the top floor of the building owned by the D.A.R., located on Nottingham Square, and is open by appointment. = =Digg ThisAdd To Add To Furl Add To Reddit Fav This With Technorati Add To Yahoo MyWeb Add To Newsvine Add To Google Bookmarks Add To Bloglines Add To Ask Add To Windows Live Add To Slashdot Stumble This