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#1 Aug 12, 2008
He is such a hunk, does anyone else agree that if he wasn't dating Austin FLynn that you wouldn't think he is the way he is. I mean he looks soo manly and hot wow almost as hunkish as Tyler Mayer, dang is he fine i wish they would hook up and make a movie about it!!!
#2 Aug 12, 2008
Sounds like you're just jealous and you definitely need a life-geez leave the kid alone!!
#3 Aug 16, 2008
both pus*y fa*s..
#4 Aug 27, 2008
Law Offices of Aaron Larson
August, 2003--It is not unusual for attorneys to receive inquiries about defamation actions from people who are in conflicts with neighbors or other members of their communities, and have become the subjects of vicious lies. The area of law most implicated by that type of conduct is "defamation of character", a cause of action which is generally defined to include "libel" and slander".
Generally speaking, defamation is the issuance of a false statement about another person, which causes that person to suffer harm. Slander involves the making of defamatory statements by a transitory (non-fixed) representation, usually an oral (spoken) representation. Libel involves the making of defamatory statements in a printed or fixed medium, such as a magazine or newspaper.
Typically, the elements of a cause of action for defamation include:
(1)A false and defamatory statement concerning another;
(2)The unprivileged publication of the statement to a third party (that is, somebody other than the person defamed by the statement);
(3)If the defamatory matter is of public concern, fault amounting at least to negligence on the part of the publisher; and
(4)Damage to the plaintiff.
In the context of defamation law, a statement is "published" when it is made to the third party. That term does not mean that the statement has to be in print.
Damages are typically to the reputation of the plaintiff, but depending upon the laws of the jurisdiction it may be enough to establish mental anguish.
Most jurisdictions also recognize "per se" defamation, where the allegations are presumed to cause damage to the plaintiff. Typically, the following may consititute defamation per se:
:Attacks on a person's professional character or standing;
:Allegations that an unmarried person is unchaste;
:Allegations that a person is infected with a sexually transmitted disease;
:Allegations that the person has committed a crime of moral turpitude;
While actions for defamation have their roots in common law, most jurisdictions have now enacted statutes which modify the common law. They may change the elements of the cause of action, limit when an action may be filed, or modify the defenses to an action for defamation. Some may even require that the defendant be given an opportunity to apologize before the plaintiff can seek non-economic damages
#5 Aug 27, 2008
I think there is a reason that you didn't start this post under you real name and we both know it's because if you did Zach could easily squash you like a bug and you would definitely deserve it!
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