Just an update to yesterday's news about a court ordering Albert Snyder, a man suing Westboro Baptist Church for picketing his Marine son's funeral, to pay the church's legal fees, which amount to approximately $16,000. Snyder says he refuses to pay the money until he hears from the U.S. Supreme Court, which plans to hear the case.
That case, by the way, looks to be another big First Amendment test. Snyder sued the church for emotional distress, but his initial win was overturned by an appeals court, which ruled that protesters had free-speech protection.
Here's a PDF of Snyder's case, viewable as a PDF. (Thanks to FindLaw!)