- Jason Talley of Talley.TV is reporting that one or more court personnel forced a KSC documentary crew to erase video. The alleged incident took place inside Cheshire County Superior Court, about 5 blocks north of the college. The students are part of a substantial filming project aimed at documenting the edgy "liberty struggle" of activists in this once-quiet western New Hampshire city.
They were apparently attempting to film court proceedings against Talley himself. He was arrested in 2011 and charged with contempt of court for having a video camera in the lobby without permission.
Talley made his claim April 17 on the syndicated Free Talk Live radio show around the 19 minute mark: http://www.freetalklive.com/content/podcast_2012_04_17
It may have come up again later during the broadcast, but the controversial move appears to have largely escaped notice. A trailer for the students' documentary appears to be located here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFT6In6t6iQ
Speaking of interesting video, court security cam images of Talley's "camera possession arrest" last year....has recently been released: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=riZvpI9Gfp8
But Talley's own camera remains in the hands of the authorities.
A note regarding "the other side of the story." When authorities are accused, I'd normally feel a need to call them, get their rebuttal and record the entire interaction on tape. But their wiretap law has a chilling effect on such calls. So I generally choose to practice overobedience - and decline to call for their opinions. In this sense, their questionable law saves me time and costs them the chance to easily present their views. I'll generally still try and get those views when I bump into 'em and can do so without interrupting.
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