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Animal Rights Activist Told to Stop Online Threats

March 8, 2012
 

A Michigan judge on Wednesday ordered Camille Marino to remove from her blogs and social media sites references to a Wayne State University professor she has regularly criticized for doing research with animals, The Detroit News reported. She was ordered to remove any threatening statements, as well as information about where the professor lives. Marino was arrested for violating the terms of a personal protection order obtained by the professor, Donal O'Leary, who studies the cardiovascular system. Some of his research involves dogs. Marino's lawyers said that they believe all of her blog posts were protected by the First Amendment.

 

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