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Court tosses felony wiretap conviction in taping of Manchester police captain Mueller, 31, formerly of Jackson, Wis., but now residing in Laconia, was convicted of secretly recording telephone conversations he had with a Manchester police captain, the Manchester West High School principal and her assistant in 2011 and spent three months in jail.He was seeking their comments on a video he posted on YouTube that showed a confrontation between West High student Frank Harrington III, 17, and police detective Darren Murphy in thethe cheap Jaguars jerseys china school's cafeteria. Harrington was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.Murphy was recorded roughly pushing Harrington down onto a cafeteriacafeteria cheap china Jaguars jerseys free shipping table. A police department internal review concluded Murphy did not use excessive force.Mueller, a Free Stater who goes by the name "Ademo Freeman," posted the telephone recordings online. Police learned of them when Mueller mentioned them on a local radio show and acknowledged he did not tell Capt. Jonathan Hopkins,Hopkins, cheap Jaguars jerseys from china then West High School principal Mary Ellen McGorry, or her assistant Denise Michael that he had recorded the conversations.The Supreme Court, in its decision released Tuesday, said Hillsborough County Superior Court Judge Kenneth C. Brown erred when he instructed the jury that a violation of the felony wiretapping statute requires a mental state of "purposely," when the statute specifically identifies "wilfully" as the applicable mental state.Under state law, "wilful" means the defendant must act with an intentional or reckless disregard for the lawfulnesslawfulness wholesale cheap Jaguars jerseys of his conduct. In other words, the defendant has not violated the law if he has a "good faith" belief his conduct was lawful, according to the unanimous decision written by Justice Robert J. Lynn.The court said the erroneous instruction likely affected the outcome of the proceedings and to allow the convictions to stand "would seriously affect the fairness and integrity of judicial proceedings."AG expected to issue report soon on injuries that left man paralyzed READER COMMENTS: 0New Manchester police officers have experience on their side 1Police investigate death of man in Belmont 0Fire destroys historic Belmont barn 0Concord man's headhead Jaguars jerseys cheap impaled by stick in snowmobile crash 0Students get an online crash course in safe driving 0Driver misjudges height of Rochester trestle 0Neighbor uses skidder to help free stuck fire truck in Walpole 0Snowmobile driver injured in Pittsburg accident 0Smoke alarm saves three adults from Center Harbor fire 0Rest room fire at Londonderry school investigated 0Business groups tell lawmakers they support gas tax hike 0Nashua considers extending school day by 12 minutes to make up snow day 0Clerk chases man from Nashua convenience store during robbery attempt 0Six months later, Abigail's disappearance still a mystery 0Two arrested, $16,0 in drugs seized in Canaan 0UConn Huskies hold off Kentucky to win men's NCAA basketball championship 0Bedford middle school survey upsets parents who claim inappropriate questions 9Surveys: NH health premiums up 90%; more people insured under Obamacare 27