Scott Horton Interviews Pete Eyre and Adam Mueller
Pete Eyre and Adam Mueller, voluntaryist activists and co-founders of Liberty on Tour, discuss their cross country travels promoting liberty and a voluntary society, Pete’s exposé on the 1985 Philadelphia police crackdown on the MOVE organization, Philly cops using military weapons borrowed from the FBI including machine guns and high explosives and how the fire and police chiefs allowed the fire on the MOVE house (caused from a police-thrown C-4 bomb) to continue until it burned down half the block.
MP3 here. (18:54)
Pete Eyre is a voluntaryist activist. After studying law enforcement, he interned at the Cato Institute in foreign policy and defense in the spring of ’05, then that summer was a Koch Fellow at the Drug Policy Alliance. For the next 2 1/2 years Pete worked at the Institute for Humane Studies, last serving as the director of the Campus Outreach program. He next spent just over a year at Bureaucrash where he worked to connect liberty-oriented activists, a position he left after co-founding the Motorhome Diaries in early 2009. When that project wrapped up he worked as an outreach consultant for the Future of Freedom Foundation and spent time in Keene as part of the Free State Project prior to hitting the road with Liberty On Tour.
Adam Mueller is a voluntaryist activist who, through Cop Block, exposes the aggression committed by the government’s armed thugs for what it is. Mueller was born and raised in Wisconsin but recently relocated to New Hampshire; looking to settle near Keene, NH next spring. In late 2001 Adam was arrested for conspiracy to distribute marijuana. It was a challenging time in his life and not only cost him friends but many of his liberties. Since then Adam has been increasingly active in the liberty movement, primarily advocating a voluntary society.