Mass. town pays $5,000 to NH freedom activist arrested for trying to videotape public auction
PALMER - Ian Freeman, the New Hampshire man arrested in October for disorderly conduct for attempting to videotape a public auction, was paid $5,000 by the town of Palmer as part of a settlement, the town manager confirmed Thursday.
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