Have they sued the little girl from Love Actually?
To be fair, the Fifth Circuit had no fucking clue how to tell a website from an internet provider, so. For some, reality can be hard to grasp.
I only read a couple of articles, but it seems that Wearry initially claimed that he was somewhere else when the crime was committed, so I thought the story was going to go that he had an alibi and the detective and DA fabricated evidence to frame him. I didn’t see what happened with the alibi, but a Google search of Wearry’s name brought up several news articles from when he pled guilty. So that did paint things in a different light. I guess it turns out everybody was bad.
“So after its clear he was railroaded & they had the gall to try to convict him again he might see some justice.”
I just did a Google search. Wearry ended up pleading guilty to manslaughter and admitted killing Walber. He’ll get credit for time served and may get out of prison in the next few years.
So let me see if I have this right.
Companies have a First Amendment right to donate money to Republicans and right wing organizations.
Companies do not have a First Amendment right to criticize Republican policies or support non-right wing organizations, which is derided as being “woke” and can result in sanctions from the state.
Companies have no First Amendment right to moderate their own online platforms.
Somewhere some poor Proctor & Gamble lawyer is wondering "what did WE do?"
You mean do a Spartacus thing. “I am DevinNunesCow.”
Next step. Make it a misdemeanor to request records and impose fines.
Maybe he could hire David Blaine to maybe bury the website in a block of ice or something.
Let’s hope that the owner of the CallMeMoneyBags account lives outside the jurisdiction of the US. Or that he’s sufficiently good at computering that he can make it look like the account is owned by Bayside. Or better yet, Brian Sheth.
How does one get in on that $700K for half a year's work gig? I don't know what inflation has done since I worked in the Federal Court system back in the mid-1990s, but $700k would be something like 4-5 X what the judge makes.
"Note to Devin: you can't sue the SEC for defamation."
Sure you can, when you have deep pockets backing you to file as many ridiculous lawsuits as you can churn out.
Most deranged old men can only yell at clouds but when you have money, you can sue them too.