|Killer Joe - 2014-08-20 |
An editorial question: When a crime is not able to be sent to trial due to the death of the accused, is it still called an alleged crime?
It's not even certain that a crime was committed. A longer version of the security footage makes it look like Brown paid for his pack of Rellos.
If I were Fox, I'd be more worried about defamation or libel lawsuits.
SPK, you cannot defame a dead person. Defamation is a cause of action for damage to your reputation. The general rule is that once you're dead, your reputation is of no value to you
Fox News also went to court over the ability to straight-up lie on the air, and won.
You need to try defaming a dead person whose image is sold by an douchey estate and generates income.
So dead actors that had leading roles in movies that are still popular, leading musicians whose works aren't public domain, authors, etc.
There's no money in historical figures, and estates cant sell history, so no one will bother with the expense of suing you.
Politicians don't own the right to their image, so you can technically say anything about them.
Obama is a Secret Kenyan Muslim Terrorist.
Dick Cheney rapes babies.
Al Franken has never once been funny.
|EvilHomer - 2014-08-20 |
People will be dissecting this minute worth of footage for decades. It won't matter, but they will do it all the same.
|CrazyBlueRocket - 2014-08-21 |
Lets go to the Buster Computer!
|chumbucket - 2014-08-21 |
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