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Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Any Comments on Defamation and Etc?

This dolphin could be saying:  "I am so charged up that I feel like I can walk on water,"
(because this is one of the reasons people get involved in
"circumstances" to begin with.)


Should Linking Equal Publishing When It Comes To Defamatory Content?

Should the wording and context of the link matter?

Josh Wolford
October 22, 2011 @ 10:18am
A A A inShare.0 Let’s imagine this situation:

A website, let’s call it, publishes an article that, among other things, says that a high profile businessman named John Robertson is involved in an illegal drug ring. The article contains little to no actual evidence for this claim and relies on “some guy” as their source for the information. I’m sure we can all agree that the high profile businessman would at least have a case for defamation.

What if the following week, another website called writes an article that refers to the article published on via hyperlink inside the text. Would also be guilty of defamation?
My response

What is defamation by Kimberly Koerber-Bauer-Koerber
I think that defamatory content has to do with the interpretation of same, as every other thinking person would say. Lawyers, and others who are supposed to be protective of clients are the ones to take a look at, not badgered writers. In case you are not aware of this, writers have 5th amendment protection. Writers are also supposed to be ethical. You sound like you were a victim of some kind of defamation and are looking for a legal loophole. In my life, criminals did this, because of burglary, theft, and fraud issues. They called themselves "Sex With Slaves" and went around and sexually imposed themselves on white women who were at home alone, and then blamed the women. Another version of this is called "Nigger Alley" from the southern states and the American textile industry. Blacks felt that they were slaves, and the point was to use this tactic to abuse whites who were causing their troubles, or so they thought as part of 'Emancipation'. Unfortunately, this is still called 'rape' regardless of crooks trying to claim that it is defamation. "I" became a victim of defamation first, via the police/intelligence network, and then crooks wanted me to be removed. The same type of situation is going on in other cities - one of which being Boston Massachusetts, as picked up by The Boston Globe. I put the article on my blog spot the same day that "The Columbus Marathon" people were here, to develop a similar race as the Boston Marathon is to that city.

We in the United States are also experiencing the sell-out of our US Intelligence system, including programs like this. So, in your case, as a complainant, were you something like this, or obeying the law, and yet a victim of crime?

"Something to think about...."


Kimberly! :)

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