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August 07. 2014 12:23PM

NH ACLU files amicus brief supporting Keene parking 'Robin Hoods' in Supreme Court case


A Robin Hood activist videotapes himself feeding change into a parking meter in Keene. 


The NH ACLU's attorney, Anthony J. Galdieri argues that the city has no case when they claim Robin Hooders have engaged in “tortious interference”.
BRIEF: http://freekeene.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/NHCLU-Amicus-Curiae-Brief-dtd-7-28-14.pdf


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