VANCOUVER, British Columbia, 21 August, 12 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Video streaming service Vimeo has restored over 200 videos to the account of a Canadian conservative internet news service after first kowtowing to a homosexual activist and registered sex offender who had demanded that Vimeo remove the films for what he called “offending content”.

“We got notice from Vimeo today that they are backing down and restoring all of our videos,” said Kari Simpson of RoadKill Radio News to LifeSiteNews.

“I think the reason is because we fought back. We did not stay silent. We went very public with what we were doing.”

Last month, RoadKill Radio News interviewed Brian Camenker, president of the pro-traditional-family organization MassResistance.com, about a $1 million lawsuit brought against him by Adam Flanders, a homosexual activist and registered sex offender in the State of Maine.

Flanders complained to Vimeo about the content of the video after it was uploaded for streaming, bringing to Vimeo’s attention a restraining order that he received from a Maine judge against Camenker who lives in Massachusetts.

Flanders has a history of threatening pro-family organizations – including LifeSiteNews - with legal action.

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Vimeo confirmed to RoadKill Radio News in a letter obtained by LifeSiteNews that the video in question “was removed based upon on an Order of Protection we received” from Flanders.

However, RoadKill Radio News hired American lawyer Charles LiMandri, who sent Vimeo a letter accusing them of breach of contract for “unjustifiably removing” all of RoadKill Radio’s films from its website.

“You have further acted to censor our client’s free speech rights at the instigation of a convicted and unrepentant sex offender,” stated LiMandri in the letter obtained by LifeSiteNews.

“This registered sex offender has repeatedly used tactics of harassment and intimidation to coerce compliance with his improper demands.”

“Unless our client’s videos are reinstated by Vimeo within the next three days, my clients intend to exercise their right to sue for full compensatory and punitive damages as available under New York law.”

Vimeo told RoadKill Radio today that their films would be restored.

“Based upon the information you have provided, we have determined that the Maine court order does not apply to RoadKill Radio and, therefore, the original video that was removed should now be restored.  Accordingly, we have restored this video as well as RoadKill Radio’s other videos and will permit RoadKill Radio to continue as a Vimeo Plus subscriber.”

Vimeo said however that it did not “admit any liability” and denied that it had “breached its contract.”

RoadKill Radio News says it is pleased with Vimeo’s decision.

“We’re delighted that common sense prevailed, that truth prevailed, and that Vimeo may have learned a very important lesson, namely that when gay activists squawk, it’s not necessarily the truth,” said Simpson to LifeSiteNews.

“We are happy that the important information that we bring to our supporters and fans of RoadKill Radio will now be available again.”

“This just goes to show how crucial it is for truth sayers to continue to stand and strike back when necessary to jolt corporate america back to a realistic conversation on an important subject matter that involves the children and youth of today.”

“It is a good day for truth,” she said.