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No, pretty much every part of that statement is false: TL;DR "Fox News" wasn't involved in this case in the first place. The 2003 court case being cited (an appeal) was not about the "right to lie". It was about the right to not pay whistleblower protection money which are independent of the wrongdoing, over accusations of distorting news. In other ...


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In 30 May 2015, a website (publishing in French) called El Manchar, published an article called: Title: Un nouveau marié dépose une plainte contre sa femme pour faux et usage de faux Translation: A newly married husband files a complaint against his wife for forgery The small article says that a man was so shocked after seeing his wife without makeup for ...


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This article, from the French newspaper Le Monde, explains that Mr Desnard was fired because of his prolonged sick leave due to his car accident. He is suing because he contests his dissmissal. His physician said that the epiliptic seizure that caused the accident may have been caused by his extreme boredom, but no one else said so. The court decision will ...


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Yes. A Portuguese court found the isolated use of nothing but a PCR-test is 'not fit for purpose'. The purpose here being the ordered quarantine of those merely 'tested positive'. The court concluded that a PCR test alone was insufficient to diagnose the illness or to determine infectivity of any person tested, and was insufficient grounds for forced ...


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Yes, but that's not the main goal In this article in De Standaard, the main reason given by the lawyers is that they want the judge to admit that the conviction of Puigdemont and co was for a political crime: ‘Politieke misdrijven vallen niet onder het strafrecht. Door te verklaren dat het hier niet om een politiek misdrijf gaat, is de rechter ...


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The Washington Examiner, which (unlike MSN) is a right-wing/conservative publication, also reported this as a matter of fact on Nov 10 (with less commentary). Everyone watching Kyle Rittenhouse's homicide trial heard a patriotic tune come from Judge Bruce Schroeder's phone on Wednesday. The call interrupted Rittenhouse's lawyer as he was speaking on his ...


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So to answer #1: The moment is captured in the video Kyle Rittenhouse Trial LIVE Wednesday Day 8 - Defense Case Continues in this live commentary replay. One can easily compare it to the original song on Youtube and conclude easily that the songs are the same. The answer to #2: As it has been stated, it's definitively inconclusive.. There's no definitive ...


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Regarding Akre and Wilson v. WTVT 2003. 1) (a) The two reporters DID NOT claim that the news outlet WTVT, the Tampa affiliate of the FOX News Network, "lied." They claimed a violation of FCC "news distortion policy" which has never been published in the Federal Register and never been codified as a regulation with definitive elements and defenses. (b) FCC ...


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