Later Daniel added an indicator that the profile was intended as a parody. Police acted on a complaint from Ardis and raised the home Daniel shared with several roommates, taking computers and smartphones but the local prosecutor declined to file charges. The American Civil Liberties Union participated to solve the case. Attorney Jim Sotos, who represented the city, said Peoria would have spent far more if Daniel’s lawsuit went to trial. Daniel’s attorneys called the deal “a civics lesson” for governments. “I always thought that the Twitter account was a joke for me and for my friends,” affirmed Jon Daniel. However, Twitter network suspended the account at a time.