March 22, 2016 · 4 Comments
ORLAND PARK, IL. (ECWd) –
According to PACER and its docket notification system, the SLAPP lawsuit Bridget Bittman filed in order to silence critics of the Orland Park Public Library has been withdrawn.
We anticipate a press release forthcoming.
A conference was held on March 15, 2015 where the Court Docket indicates dismissal of Bittman’s Motion to Dismiss Counterclaims as moot.
Bridget Bittman is the former Orland Park Public Library’s Public Information Coordinator, who it turns out was clueless when it came to “crisis management” in the public information coming out of the Library when activists held them accountable for multiple Freedom of Information Act and Open Meetings Act violations, complained about child pornography being accessed in the Library, and the library allegedly doing everything it could to cover-up the situation – including filing several frivolous false police reports against the critics, who simply wanted accountability.
A link to our previous article on this SLAPP lawsuit: (HERE)
A link to all of our articles on the OPPL: (HERE)
Some of the more interesting events from the OPPL are:
We will continue to report on this situation when further information develops.
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