The problem was, Park was correct. South Korean President Lee Myung-Bak, whose approval ratings are at 15% (take that, former President Bush!), is perceived to have arrested Park because he made the president look bad.
"His crime was to have a large following and to make the government look bad," said Song Ho-chang, an attorney with Lawyers for a Democratic Society. "If a court does find Minerva guilty, everyone will be afraid to express an opinion online."
Lends new meaning to the phrase "Man, I hate it when I'm right..."