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‘Officer Bubbles’ Sues YouTube Commenters Over Mockery

October 19th, 2010 10:06 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes “‘Officer Bubbles’ — the Toronto Police Constable who was videotaped threatening a G20 protester with arrest for assault over the crime of blowing bubbles at a police officer has had enough of mocking videos and comments on YouTube. He has decided to sue everyone involved (commenters included) for more than a million dollars each. The complaint is detailed in his statement of claim — most of the comments seem fairly tame by internet standards; if this goes anywhere, everyone is going to have to watch what they say pretty carefully. The lawsuit appears to have been successful in intimidating the author of the mocking cartoons into taking them down.”

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