Robin Hooders Go To Court MondayCity of Keene's hired-gun private attorneys set to face off against 1st amendment attorney Jon Meyer. On Monday, August 12, 2013 at 9 AM, the “Evidentiary” hearing for the Robin Hooding lawsuit will commence at: Court Room 1, Superior Court, 12 Court Street, Keene NH 03431.
The hearing is allotted seven hours and will determine if there are any grounds to continue the lawsuit and if a preliminary injunction should be granted against the Robin Hooders placing restrictions on their constitutionally protected rights of freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and freedom of assembly.
Renown free speech attorney Jon Meyer is representing five of the Robin Hooders and Pete Erye is going pro se.
The “City of Keene” has hired a private law firm at an unknown cost to Keene taxpayers to represent “its” interests despite having a city attorney and his own assistants.
It should be interesting to see the supposed evidence that the “city” has regarding all the so-called “harassing” behavior by the Robin Hooders.
There is a chance that this ridiculous case will be dropped on constitutional issues.
If you can make it, I hope to see you there.
-James ‘Robin Hood’ Cleaveland
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