libelous


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(used of statements) harmful and often untrue

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'Ramon Tulfo's published libelous article containing accusations that I am a corrupt government official and a drug trafficker are false and are but malicious imputations of crimes tending to cause dishonor and to discredit me in my personal and official capacity,' Cam said in the complaint filed June 7.
Co is a victim of an unprovoked, unjustified and libelous attack against his honor, character, reputation and decent standing in our society,' Garbin stressed.
Garbin, a Senior Deputy Minority Leader, called for the passage of a measure providing for a "take down clause" that will allow government, without the need for court order, to demand the immediate removal of social media content that are libelous, seditious, defamatory, and/or contrary to any provision of existing laws.
New Delhi [India], July 21 ( ANI ): A Delhi Court on Saturday granted interim order and restrained former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of IREO real estate company, Ramesh Sanka, from posting libelous, malicious and scandalous messages containing name of firm's incumbent Indian Managing Director (IMD) Lalit Goyal on any social media sites.
A Penfield woman is being sued for allegedly harassing her neighbors for years.<br />According to a six-page complaint filed in state Supreme Court on Tuesday, Davina Domenico, of 6 Pond Valley Circle, has tormented her neighbors, the Tannous family.<br />Domenico "has continually issued libelous and slanderous statements to the plaintiff's children, school administrators and the Monroe County Sheriff's Department," according to the suit filed by Charles A.
He added that the senator's parliamentary immunity could not protect him from his libelous remarks during media interviews, as these were made outside the halls of the Senate.
In a meeting held by the Knesset Special Committee for Distributive Justice and Social Equality, Likud MK Yoav Kisch connected the trend of libelous complaints to the high number of suicides among divorced men.
It warned: "Do not post any defamatory, libelous, vulgar, obscene, abusive, profane, threatening, hateful, racially, ethnically, or otherwise offensive or illegal information or material."
In a statement issued by the Ministry of Finance here Thursday, spokesperson said that legal notices have been served on ARY Chief Executive Officer, Salman Iqbal, anchors Arshad Sharif and Assad Kharal for airing libelous content and alleging that Finance Minister, Mohammad Ishaq Dar held a meeting with Panamian Deputy Minister for Economy, Ivan Zarak in Washington, without seeking any confirmation.
The academic gave a statement on his Facebook page, saying, "Following a 40 day suspension due to my signature on Academics for Peace petition, I was terminated today right after being targeted by a notorious columnist-operative (political hit-man) for two consecutive days with two libelous pieces in one of the major newspapers."
According to sources from the Principality, close to the affair, Eringer's blog "is a libelous and defamatory work." Sources familiar with the ordeal claim that Eringer and his American lawyer, Brigham Ricks, tried to blackmail the Principality, asking for $1 million to stop blogging against the Prince and the Principality.
"The libellous phrases were keyed in by a non-native English language speakerEoACA* the specific details which were mentioned in the libelous phrases prove that the writer is an insider who intended to drag my client into this case out of maliciousness.
Defense Minister's accusations are libelous and are contrary to democratic spirit.
College officials say the email is libelous and they're seeking compensatory damages.
But the critics must try really hard to achieve the level of libelous defamation that would result in damages against them, he added.