Indicted Cop Tests Facebook’s Privacy Rights

Courthouse News – “A judge is weighing whether Facebook’s right to privacy trumps a man’s rights to discovery for his defense in a criminal trial. At issue is a motion from the attorney for former St. Louis City police Officer Bryan Pour, who authorities say used his department-issued pistol to shoot Jeffrey Bladdick in a bar parking lot. The motion seeks disclosure from Facebook of 23 individual user profiles and the actions of a Facebook group called “Jeff Bladdick is a bulletproof badass” going back to the day before the Nov. 9, 2008 incident.”

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