The judge who acquitted a New Brunswick blogger of obstructing justice says Charles LeBlanc was merely “plying his trade” at a protest last summer and shouldn’t have been arrested. . . .

LeBlanc, who writes about poverty and politics on his website, was arrested and pinned to the ground by three police officers outside a business conference last June. A police officer later admitted to deleting a photo of himself from LeBlanc’s camera.

So how about charges against the cops?