New Hampshire Judge Caught On Video Ordering False ArrestIncident sparks court order banning cameras in courtroom
by Carlos Miller, Pixiq
Jul. 14, 2011
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Adam Mueller, aka Ademo Freeman, stood inside the Keene District Courthouse in New Hampshire, waiting for Judge Edward Burke to step inside so he could ask him a question.
Less than two minutes later, he was arrested for threatening the judge, a felony charge called “improper influence.”
But Mueller had his camera rolling, so he captured the entire exchange on video.
And there is absolutely no evidence that he threatened Burke.