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Used blog to harass and intimidate people

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Reproduced in part from Stuff

https://www.stuff.co.nz/opinion/113082451/cameron-slaters-thuggish-ways-stymied-after-long-and-painful-defamation-case

 

Cameron Slater's thuggish ways stymied after long and painful defamation case

An Opinion by Damien Grant

 

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Image reproduced from Stuff was by Chris McKeen/STUFF

Cameron Slater used the Whale Oil blog to harass and intimidate people.

 

An interesting Opinion.

 

Read it here -https://www.stuff.co.nz/opinion/113082451/cameron-slaters-thuggish-ways-stymied-after-long-and-painful-defamation-case

 

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Here is another f--kta-d

copied and posted in parts from Stuff

 

 

YouTube star given prison sentence, ordered to pay $34,000 after pranking homeless man

 

A YouTube star has received a prison sentence and has been ordered to pay $34,000 to a homeless man after playing a prank on him.

Kanghua Ren, who is known as ReSet on YouTube, videoed himself filling Oreo cookies with toothpaste and giving them to a homeless man in Barcelona in 2017.

The video was uploaded to YouTube for his hundreds of thousands of subscribers to watch.

Ren, 21, was found guilty of violating the moral integrity of the homeless man, The New York Times reported.

 

 

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Kanghua Ren, who goes by the name of ReSet on YouTube, has found himself in front of a judge in Spain after pranking a homeless man.

 

 

Spanish newspaper El País published the judge's ruling on Saturday (NZ time).

The ruling ordered Ren to erase his YouTube channel. He was forbidden from creating a new account and prohibited from using the platform for five years.

Ren's channel currently has around 1.2 million followers.

 

go to full story on stuff https://www.stuff.co.nz/world/europe/113202415/youtube-star-given-prison-sentence-ordered-to-pay-34000-after-pranking-homeless-man

 

 

 

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May as well contribute another post on this thread. This person is already mentioned on this forum elsewhere thought they should all be together.

 

quoted from http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11429608

 

Blogger who named teens gets name suppression
5:41 PM Wednesday Apr 8, 2015

Rob Kidd is a NZME. News Service court reporter based in Auckland.

 

A blogger accused of breaching a high-profile name suppression has been granted name suppression himself.

 

The 51-year-old appeared in Auckland District Court today facing two charges of contravening suppression orders made by Justice Helen Winkelmann - the former chief High Court judge, newly appointed to the Court of Appeal.

The Auckland-based blogger, who writes about corruption in New Zealand, is also charged with five counts of criminal harassment.

The complainants include a politician, civil servants, a real estate agent and the former partner of an Auckland businessman - all of whom feature prominently on his website.

It is alleged that both in August and December last year, the defendant named and posted photographs of two teens involved in a high-profile attack that left another teenager dead.

Their names and images, which were specifically suppressed by Justice Winkelmann at sentencing in the High Court at Auckland, are still up on the blog.

Breaching suppression carries a maximum penalty of six months in prison and/or a fine of up to $100,000.

The five people who the defendant allegedly harassed are all regular targets on his blog and have been the subject of his vitriol over a significant period of time.

His alleged actions occurred between December 2012 and July 2014.

The blogger could face up to two years in jail if found guilty.

It is understood he has pleaded not guilty to the charges and will be back before the court next month.

The issue of his name suppression will be revisited at that appearance.

 

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11429608

 

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