I've traveled this road before; in fact it is my life blood -- hence the name of the blawg -- so I duly (and gladly) provided it this morning, with links to a 1999 Columbus Alive profile story about protester Jerry Doyle's acquittal under my auspices, and this post about Jerry Doyle being imprisoned in my absence. That's what public service and civic duty is all about, folks.
BTW that official is Alderman at Large Fred Teeboom, who founded and headed a non-profit organization registered with the NH Secretary of State, called First Amendment Legal Defense Fund. I did not want to assume that he would allow me to print his name because so many people are afraid to speak out anymore in the Country, but he has given me express permission to use his name, as he considers pursuing this case to Court. As there are precious few individuals in the Northeast more capable of arguing this case than me, I will begin my research to see if I may legally argue before the Court. Mandamus is certainly an option.
And area citizens are upset: Seth Dewey's 13 Nov. '06 letter to the Telegraph, and Lori Hurlburt's 03 Dec. '06 letter as well.
That having been said, let's take a look in the comments section for more discussion on the merits, and a look at a prior First Amendment case in which Alderman Teeboom prevailed on the use of City Hall public areas for the Nashua Taxpayer's Association, using an Atlanta case brought by none other than Thurgood Marshall, whom I mention throughout this blawg, in the "Socratic Method" post and in my signature post with Mother Ann.
Funny, Markos Moulitsas and some fascists at Daily Kos kick me off the board, but real people with real issues want to talk to me while others at Daily Kos congratulate me. Whatever, it's All Good. Watch Justiceforkids and KingCast movies for more information.