Best Buy To Sue Geeks Who Spoke Out Against Porn Stealing?

Word on the street is that following negative stories in the LA Daily News, and the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Best Buy interrogated employees at the Santa Clarita store where former Geek Squad agent and Consumerist reader Brett Haddock used to work, and could be gearing up, or at least, wants people to think it’s gearing up, to seek damages against Geeks who spoke out about the porn pilfering.

Haddock wrote The Consumerist that BBY’s threats posturing is, “an obvious attempt by a big corporation trying to scare the little guy. This may work to silence other agents, but it won’t silence me, and they can’t scare me for expressing my first amendment rights. I’ve done nothing but told the truth.”

Hey Best Buy, guess what? The store where we got a video of your agent stealing porn? Yeah, it wasn’t in Santa Clarita.