Sunday, 1 December 2013

Derrick J's Victimless Crime Spree

This compelling personal documentary follows a young man named Derrick J. on his “rampage” of “criminal behavior” – from dancing in a public park and handing out information on public school property to recording video in public buildings and riding a bike along a public street!
-Danny Ledonne, Director, “Playing Columbine”
Derrick J, a liberty activist from Philadelphia, makes the move to the epicenter of libertarian civil disobedience: Keene, NH. “Derrick J’s Victimless Crime Spree” documents his first year of activism which includes five outrageous arrests, all caught on video. His crimes for which he was sentenced to 540 days in jail? Recording video, dancing, smoking cannabis, going to court, and riding a bike. This moving and amusing story is narrated by Derrick J himself and includes plenty of exciting activist footage that makes it clear who the real criminals are – the people calling themselves “government”.
New Hampshire (the 'Live Free Or Die' state!) activists find out just how devoid of humour and lacking in irony the local 'authorities' really are when they point out the double standards of the behaviour of those calling themselves employees of the 'state' and 'keepers of the public peace'.

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