It should still go down in flames, and in a state with an anti-SLAPP law (which penalizes frivolous lawsuits seeking to impair First Amendment speech) would be subject to a counterclaim on that basis. Ohio unfortunately does not have an anti-SLAPP law, however.
purposes without their consent?
Not sure what youtube pays, but they may have a case for taking a cut.
Cake over and over again.
I'm guessing that there had to be some evidence to support the charges of kidnapping. Now that a raid has been conducted, does anyone go back and figure out what went wrong?
Are there any penalties for executing a bad warrant and jacking up his house?
This story should've inspired a million parody verses of Because I Got High.