CLEVELAND (AP) A person charged with and acquitted of a felony for making a Fb web page that parodied a suburban Cleveland police division is suing the town, saying it violated his proper to free speech.
Anthony Novak sued the town of Parma and three officers Tuesday. Authorities say he created a Fb web page in March 2016 that displayed a reputation just like Parma’s police division and posted gadgets suggesting police have been performing free abortions for youngsters. The web page additionally advised it might be unlawful to assist the homeless for 3 months.
The 29-yr-previous Novak was charged with a felony rely of disrupting public providers and acquitted after trial in August 2016.
The lawsuit seeks monetary compensation, authorized charges and an injunction towards Parma police.
Police did not instantly reply to messages looking for remark.