Mr Burns alleges that Mr Sunol incited violence towards homosexuals in several posts on Mr Sunol’s blog.
Mr Burns also lodged a third complaint with the board yesterday which stated that: “I feel [Sunol] is intimidating and stalking me”.
The most recent complaints relate to comments left by Mr Sunol on Mr Burns’s website.
“This man is very evil,” Mr Sunol wrote on the Mr Burns’s site on Tuesday.
“The Mardi Gras is a very wrong event and it is run by child paedophiles and criminals who sell pornography.
“We do not incite violence, instead we ask for the Australian Federal Government to close it down as a national security risk.”
When contacted yesterday, Mr Sunol said he would stop posting on Mr Burns’s site.
He claimed he initially posted in response to articles posted by Mr Burns about him.
“All I’ve done is write a couple of things on his website denying that I vilify gays,” Mr Sunol said.
“I only put comments on his page because he was writing about me.
“I think he’s out to cause trouble. ”
Both Mr Burns and Mr Sunol said they wanted to fight the vilification case, and it appears mediation with the Anti-Discrimination Board is unlikely.
If mediation fails, the matter will go to the Administrative Decisions Tribunal.
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