While messing about in one of my Google accounts I discover that some comments I have made about a local attorney (but outside my location) were deleted by Google for being outside their ToS. No profanity, racism, hate, sexuality, etc... I merely offered my opinion that an attorney in a police brutality case was obviously lying about what took place. (His client the police officer beat-up a drunk woman that was in his custody, after first turning off the videorecorder.) She comes out of the jail in a gurney with two severe black eyes; it's obvious the cop beat her up, violated police procedure, hid evidence, etc... he was fired and the attorney goes on the local TV news to make this HUGE lie about how she "fell down". My basic point is that there are limits to what an attorney can say about, or characterize their client's actions. They may have some level of responsibility to their client, but they are also an Officer of the Court and they have equally high, if not higher level responsibilities to the community, the court, "justice", etc... And when this attorney tells this obviously HUGE falsehood, he is betraying responsibilities to the community, the court, "justice" etc... and also the lie was told so badly that any prospective client watching him tell those big huge lies would clearly understand that having him for an attorney, telling those big lies that badly, could conceivably make a potential jury inclined to CONVICT his client, simply because the client's attorney is such a bad liar. Anyways, that's my opinion, I have a right to post it, even if you disagree with it.Discover just now that it's been deleted. The text is still there in my G+ account, but my comments are no longer visible to the general public. So, I put on my official, BHW Local SEO hat and go "Hmmm..... Maybe there's some money here." Cause it's entirely possible that one of you mugs got paid by that crooked, lying attorney to get my opinions on his incompetence deleted. And so, I'm thinking, Hmm..... Cause I have a lot of opinions, and can have them about lots and lots of different people, in lots and lots of different places. If one attorney is willing to put effort into censoring my speech, maybe others are too.