Officer Bubbles Is Not Happy And Wants Alot of Money For Looking Silly

Abby Zimet

Toronto police officer Adam Josephs - aka Officer Bubbles - is suing
YouTube for $1.2 million because some online posters made fun of him
after he threatened, and ultimately arrested, a G20 protester for
blowing bubbles near him that he sternly warned her constituted "a
deliberate act on your behalf." Joseph's suit seeks the money and the
identity of said kibbitzers, thus challenging the anonymity of
commenters on websites. The Real News video of the scene in More. Also
more on the broader issue of G20 police abuses here.

the bubble touches me, you're going to be arrested for assault." - the very conscientious Officer Josephs


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