Bourrie's latest, about the continuing decline of CanWest, reminded me of something:
"I recently published a column where I mentioned the name of a local Ottawa reader who, being concerned with the contents of certain of my past columns, filed, as is her right, complaints with the Ontario Press Council (OPC). Although I do not agree with her allegations as set out in her complaints, she has expressed that her allegations are founded and she was acting in good faith. I used words to describe her complaint which may have been misconstrued to be a personal slight against her. I did not intend to offend her personally and regret if I did so."
Naming someone who launched an OPC complaint against you? That smacks of intimidation. Here's the column with the name pulled, from Warren's website.