We need a word for when a public figure complains about something clearly non-libelous which is said in a blog.
David Rosmiller has recently taken the the Mississippi AG's office to task for some of its decisions regarding its lawsuit against State Farm and its dealings with people related to civil suits against the company. The director of the insurance fraud unit (Ms. Courtney Schloemer) doesn't like the criticism of her and went out of her way to complain to the press.
"Maybe Mr. Rossmiller considers me collateral damage, but I have three investigators working with me who participated in the State Farm investigation and they deserve better than this. If you want to go after the people who put their names on the ballot or make millions of dollars every year, then have at it, but I would appreciate it if you would at least try to get our side of the story before you drag ordinary people through the mud."
Mr. Rossmiller responds in the link above (and by the way, never mentions any of her staff as he didn't know she had any), but it is apparent that Ms. Schloemer doesn't like the attention. So she probably needs to avoid those warm kitchens.