Re: court of Appeal Upholds Libel Verdict Against Mold Activ
Posted by Deborah on 9/20/10
You read the "papers" produced by the plaintiff, his company and
his partners and you've read what Sharon wrote. Do you honestly
feel justice has been served here?
How sad that anyone could be so flippant about seeing such
attempts to silence good Samaritans. I anxiously await your
cynicism over what the Gulf Coast residents are and will be facing.
Sad lesson for those that speak the truth out loud for its an
even sadder testament to the state of our times and country;
"During times of universal deceit, telling the truth is a
revolutionary act." George Orwell Guess it obvious who is
running the barnyard.
For a nice segue, here is another Orwellian quote, "- People
sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men
stand ready to do violence on their behalf." On behalf of the
service personnel, their families, recovering veterans, and
everyone else, too, I thank and salute you, Sharon, for having
the courage to tell the truth and do it publicly.
On 9/17/10, Rem Dude wrote:
> An excellent lesson for those who attack, disparage and
> Court costs too - ouch!
> On 9/16/10, sangamon811 wrote:
>> I am from Veritox, and for persons who have been following
>> issues related to Dr. Kelman, I thought you would be
>> interested in this recent court ruling:
>> Court of Appeal Upholds Libel Verdict Against Mold
>> Ruling affirms 2008 ruling that Dr. Bruce Kelman,
>> President of Veritox, was victim of defamation
>> SEATTLE (September 16, 2010) – The California Court of
>> Appeal this week affirmed the judgment in favor of Dr.
>> Bruce Kelman of Veritox®, Inc., determining that Dr. Bruce
>> Kelman was libeled by activist Sharon Kramer. In a
>> unanimous opinion, Division One of the Fourth Appellate
>> District upheld the jury’s verdict in Dr. Kelman’s favor
>> and also ordered Kramer to pay costs to Dr. Kelman.
>> The Court upheld the 2008 verdict by a San Diego County
>> Superior Court jury that found. Kramer libeled Dr. Kelman
>> when she published a press release in March 2005 stating
>> that Dr. Kelman had altered his under-oath statements on
>> the witness stand when he testified as a witness in an
>> Oregon lawsuit. The jury found that Kramer’s statement was
>> false and defamatory and that she had published it with
>> In addition to upholding the 2008 ruling, the appellate
>> court affirmed the trial court’s award of costs to Dr.
>> Kelman, and also found that he was entitled to recover
>> costs on appeal.
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