http://www.kmbc.com/news/expolice-o...-after-teen-hurt-during-traffic-stop/39842824 Just saw a new video on facebook of a teen getting tased for 30 seconds into cardiac arrest, for asking why he was pulled over. The worst part is it's not even shocking to me anymore, it's seeming like this sort of ridiculousness is a daily happening in this day and age. I noticed that the attacker's (attacker, NOT officer) name was made public, and it got me thinking... Mr. Timothy Runnels, monster, is clearly not fit to be employed by anyone, much less to serve. His paltry prison sentence will no doubt be reduced and he will be out before we know it. With the internet's yet increasing importance in our day-to-day, is there anything ILLEGAL about purchasing TimothyRunnels.com and TimRunnels.com and creating a basic one page site simply stating the facts of the encounter, a repeating GIF of the incident, and some choice screamer headlines, such as "Tim Runnels is a Dangerous, Psychopathic Madman"? If one was careful to ONLY state facts proven truthful, would there be any possible legal recourse that Psychopathic Madman Tim Runnels could take? edit: Mostly I am asking if there is any precedent for this sort of thing. I know that it is pretty common in politics, but what about with a non-public-figure criminal?