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Marineland owner threatens to kill activist, then sues him for $1.5 million
July 18, 2013
| Mike Garrett, anti-captivity activist, speaks to the $1.5-million SLAPP lawsuit against him by Marineland.
09:32 minutes (8.73 MB)
Groups applaud government's anti-SLAPP bill
June 5, 2013
Public interest groups applauded a proposed new law that would allow Ontario citizens to speak out without fear of damaging lawsuits meant to intimidate them.
Marineland SLAPPs back
February 25, 2013
| Dylan Powell, co-founder of Marineland Animal Defense, speaks about the $1.5-million lawsuit filed against him by Marineland.
18:27 minutes (16.9 MB)
Movie: Big Boys Gone Bananas!
May 14, 2012
| Big Boys Gone Bananas! documents the campaign Dole waged against Swedish filmmaker Fredrik Gertten to try to prevent him from showing his film Bananas! from being distributed in the United States.
Wilderness Committee faces defamation suit
April 5, 2012
| Taseko Mines has proposed to drain Fish Lake to hold waste rock for their Prosperity Mine. When the Wilderness Committee commented on this plan, Taseko brought a defamation suit against them.
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