Jury Deems Ademo GUILTY of Wiretapping for Seeking AccountabilityQuicklink submitted by Darren Wolfe Permalink
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|Twelve individuals today decided that Ademo Freeman was guilty of three counts of felony wiretapping for recording his conversation with three public officials per his attempt to bring accountability to a situation where it was noticeably absent -- the assault of 17-year-old Frank Harrington, a student at Manchester's West High School at the hands of Darren Murphy, the school resource officer and employee of the Manchester Police Department. He's ordered to spend 12-months in the so-called 'House of Corrections' with 9-months suspended. He'll then be under 'good behavior' for the next three-years, which, if violated, will land him in the state prison in Concord for one-to-three-years. With 'good time' he should be out in mid-October.|
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