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".Written by
This movie was great! It really shows how the state has their monopoly on aggression, and if they choose to come after you for trying to live like a free person they will come after you hard. Derrick J is a hero in my book for standing up for his rights and by doing so he was standing up for the rights of others. If you truly want to live free, you must allow others to live free. He is an inspiration to those of us too scared by the huge violent monopoly. I was not expecting the greatest video quality for this film but was very impressed with the quality. I hope this movie wakes a few people up to the violence inherent within the system, these state agents need to be held accountable. Police are a monopoly. Monopoly promotes abuse. The only way to abolish a monopoly is to open the market to competition. In Peace and Liberty, Drunk On Liberty
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