Former N.H. State Rep. Steve Lindsey was working on Keene State's campus when the riots broke out.
Cheshire County Jail in Keene, N.H., looks more like a small college campus or a tech start-up than a house of detention.
“Keene state goes HARD AS FUCK…” the company tweeted Oct. 3.
In 1996, I was with Clinton when he went up to Keene, New Hampshire to campaign.
At which point, Keene gave a warm welcome to NRA Executive VP Wayne LaPierre.
Keene had risen in the world, being at present sub-editor of a Belwick journal.
So it was Keene and his 'Development Company' that gave you the idea.
The recruit was left untouched, but the adjutant was re-drawn by Keene.
How about the bellboy who was on duty all Monday night, Mr. Keene?
Mr Keene, you have done your work well—with great gallantry and great judgment.