Qualified immunity protects public officials from being sued for damages unless they violated “clearly established” law of which a reasonable official in his position would have known. It aims to protect civil servants from the fear of litigation in performing discretionary functions entrusted to them by law. The right of freedom of speech is clearly established by the constitution and any reasonable law enforcement official knows that. I do not believe it applies in my case, but i will let the court decide.
You don't want to base your case on Wikipedia---get an attorney to assist you in determing if you even have a case.