LAPD Officers Sue Owner of Anti-Cop Website For Posting Photos, ‘Bounty’

  • The law suit is being led by the union The Los Angeles Police Protective League on behalf of three officers.
  • The union filed the lawsuit Friday against an anti-police website they argue put a “bounty” on the officers’ by posting their headshots and other personal information.
  • The information also reportedly included the names of undercover officers.
  • The Los Angeles Police Department released information on roughly 9,300 in granting a public records request.
  • Three officers – Adam Gross, Adrian Rodriguez and Douglas Panameno – have named Steven Sutcliffe, owner of, in the lawsuit.
  • None of the officers is undercover, but they have reportedly requesting the photos be removed from the website.
  • The information was requested by police the group Stop LAPD Spying Coalition.
  • The LAPD has apologized for having mistakenly included the names of undercover officers.
  • The suite names Steven Sutcliffe, owner of, and requests the photos be removed from the website, according to the Los Angeles Times.
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