From KeralaNext in India:
Deputy in Gibson case claims harassment
LOS ANGELES – The sheriff’s deputy who arrested Mel Gibson for drunken driving six months ago says his superiors have harassed him ever since a report detailing the star’s anti-Semitic tirade was leaked to a celebrity news Web site.
Deputy James Mee was transferred to another assignment, interrogated for several hours, and investigators seized a computer and phone records during a search of his home, his attorney told the Los Angeles Times for its Thursday editions.
“His life and career would be a lot different had he not made that arrest,” attorney Richard Shinee said.