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Author Topic: Brown supporter denied halfway house status despite qualifying, says girl  (Read 4109 times)


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Sponsor: - Cirino Gonzalez went to the Fed gulag in 2007, accused of providing material support to tax protester Ed Brown in Plainfield, New Hampshire.  Donna Van Meter is the woman who was with him when operatives stormed the home...and who has stuck with him since.  She says he's being held under security conditions than circumstances and his sentence would indicate.

To me this raises certain questions:  Will people who are perceived as "armed rebels" ever really be let go while the Washington establishment is in power?  Can prisoners who align themselves against the powerful ever expect to be treated as fairly as those who align themselves against the harmless?

Ridley Report text bulletins like this one....are generally collected from New Hampshire's raw sources or "little press."  Few of them are repeats of the state's mid sized or big media.  In that sense, nearly every RR text bulletin is a "scoop" and appears at  Read the archives there and stay tuned!

Regarding the sponsor link above:  Strike the root of authoritarianism in the state where it counts.  Help NH kids escape jailschool by donating to the Liberty Scholarship Fund!
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