The Ohio Supreme Court ruled against a police officer attempting to conceal his identity while suing protestors for alleging that he is a white supremacist.
The state’s high court unanimously ruled against the officer, identified only as M.R. in the proceedings, and said the officer failed to detail the concerns for his personal and family’s safety in the suit to justify the anonymity.
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