CHICAGO-(AEAE)-DEFENDANTS IN A MAJOR MALICIOUS PROSECUTION LAW SUIT, NOW CHARGED WITH PER SE DEFAMATION. Generally speaking, defamatory words are those “that subject a person to ridicule or contempt, or that clearly sound to the disreputation of an individual.” Leang v. Jersey City Bd. of Educ., . To determine whether a statement is defamatory, a court should consider “(1) the content, (2) the verifiability, and (3) the context of the challenged statement.” ). Certain kinds of statements, however, “denote such defamatory meaning that they are considered defamatory as a matter of law.” The “false attribution of criminality” is a prime example of such a statement.. Therefore they were defamatory and libelous Per se.”); Hill v. Evening News Co., (“[C]ertain statements are defamatory per se, including statements that the subject of the statement committed a crime.”). The Plaintiff has just learned that the Defendant's published a per se defamatory letter containing the “false attribution of criminality”. The Plaintiff is now seeking an additional $200 million dollars. Stay tuned. This case gets more sensational every day!
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