[freekeenenews] Activists Out Undercover Cop on Video in Public, Before He Can Bust Alleged Dealer

Here's the video, followed by a little background and a description of
what happened in Newport, NH yesterday:

Thanks first to Bob "Weeda Claus" Constantine for having the courage
to take his cannabis growing case to trial. Bob's courage made what
happened today possible. Because Bob took his case to trial, the
state had to call its undercover agents to the stand and despite their
desperate efforts ( http://freekeene.com/2011/04/22/cameras-banned-from-courtroom-trial/"
) to keep them away from cameras, they were still all seen personally
by those of us in the courtroom. The first to testify against Bob was
NH Drug Task Force detective Charles I. Newton, the most undercover-
looking of them all. We were unable to get a decent picture of him on
the day of Bob's trial. However, here's what happened today:

We were going to breakfast in Newport after attending a fellow
activist's speeding ticket trial, when I noticed two cars parked
drivers' side-window-to-window in the parking lot of the Country
Kitchen restaurant. The driver of the black late model Nissan Altima
(we think it's plate number 297 7758 - the 297 is for sure, not sure
about the last four) looked a lot like Charles I. Newton, so I asked
Ademo V. Freeman from <a href="http://libertyontour.com">Liberty on
Tour</a> if he thought that was him. He confirmed it and shouted out
Charles' name. Then Charles high-tailed it (complete with screeching
tires) out of the parking lot. We consulted the young man in the red
car and informed him that he'd been talking to an undercover cop. At
least in this instance, we saved the man from going to prison. Newton
had already given the young man cash in order to allegedly purchase
narcotics, so the deal was almost done when we managed to intervene.