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  1. Defamation: Re: Can You Sue for Defamation Over a True Statement

    I'm going to guess that you are nailiyatsi under a new user name. Again, please don't just quote a post (in this case one by nailiyatsi) as your post, like you did here. The question that nailiyatsi...
  2. Defamation: Re: Is Truth Ever Not a Defense to Free Speech

    That would depend on the applicable state law, and of course the state's ability to prove that Jake's reason was to incite Sam to beat up Tom. But in general the Supreme Court has held that free...
  3. Defamation: Re: Can You Sue for Defamation Over a True Statement

    Part of the problem feeding your fears is that you seem to be getting a lot of inaccurate information. The supposed fact you presented above is just wrong. Official U.K. statistics state the...
  4. Defamation: Re: Can You Sue for Defamation Over a True Statement

    No, we donít and I would strongly oppose having that in the law. What you are saying is that the government then gets to decide what speech serves a legitimate purpose and what speech is only for the...
  5. Defamation: Re: Is Truth Ever Not a Defense to Free Speech

    Truth is a complete defense to the tort of defamation. As for whether a statement, true or not, might get the speaker into legal trouble depends very much on what is said, who said it, and the...
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