Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Fun Times Learning about Libel

So, here's the definition of libel.

This is the important fact: The statement(s) alleged to be defamatory must also be a false statement of fact. That which is name-calling, hyperbole, or, however characterized, cannot be proven true or false, cannot be the subject of a libel or slander claim.

Leopold lies. He has no credibility. We only read articles written about him. He's made himself a public figure. No legs to stand on. Seriously, get over it already.

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