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Top cop goes bonkers with 'Bill O'Reilly'

A court case over First Amendment free-speech rights that has engulfed a Wisconsin town is being ratcheted up to a new level with an amended complaint that alleges the police chief confessed he stole a critic's name and other information, and surreptitiously signed him up for online homosexual porn in retaliation.

The police chief of the town of Campbell also is accused of faking the "Bill O'Reilly" signature to blast his critic in local publications.

The complaint is from the Thomas More Law Center, which represents Gregory Luce in a First Amendment case against newly adopted Campbell town ordinances that severely restrict signage critical of President Obama.

The case originated because Luce, a Catholic tea party member, vigorously opposes Obama's policies on abortion and other moral issues.

Luce had been wearing T-shirts that call for Obama's impeachment and displaying an American flag and signs on a pedestrian highway overpass with the same message.

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