Raymond police chief denies censoring of critical comments on department’s Facebook page | New Hamps…
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Steve Johnson said Saturday, March 11, 2017 at 7:17 am
It looks like the cops are lying…no surprise really.
John Roberts said Saturday, March 11, 2017 at 8:28 am
As someone who knows 2 people banned for making critical comments the chief is a LIAR! The RPD is a corrupt orginization that not only violates the 4th Amendment but now the 1st Amendment rights of people. Be prepared taxpayers of Raymond as I think there will be a long and drawn out civil suit you will lose!
Jane Aitken said Saturday, March 11, 2017 at 10:32 am
Seems that many government agencies in NH still do not understand their obligations, and our rights, under NH’s RSA 91-A laws… Right to Know and also First Amendment rights. As we speak today, someone is being denied the right to film a town’s deliberative session. Don’t they know they will lose in court if sued? Good grief.
William Merrow said Saturday, March 11, 2017 at 10:40 am
Cop malfeasance keeps growing, permitted by the AGs. It’s past time that there were Civilian Over-site boards. Read “Vigilante shoots at caa Weare cop shooting at fleeing car and hits person in the BACK of his head, man dies!
Bill McGonigle said Saturday, March 11, 2017 at 11:24 am
Are they actually saying, “we don’t delete posts, we ban this person from speaking,” in response to a 1A complaint? I would be surprised if the government can impose any speech code on a Facebook page.But if the complainant really did hide his own comments and is playing the PD and ACLU, that would be a darn shame. FB should be able to answer these questions in a discovery request, so nobody should be trying to hide anything here – it will turn out badly for them.
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