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I -- some really interesting so it came across.
And or even pastor.
Reportedly suing a family for 500000.
Dollars after they posted some bad reviews about his church online.
-- -- like the sermon.
Julianne Smith says that she and her daughter were shunned by their local community.
After leaving the Beaverton church appears in doubt so she decided poster complaints on the Internet.
I thought I was -- -- -- -- do we do it went to restaurants and hotels and one night and I thought.
Why not do with this church only did the -- question.
They just -- concerns there's no CNN he's not my pastor anymore and he does not have that right to keep people from.
-- More interesting dilemma right so -- now lifetime connect criminal defense attorney -- I think I doubt former prosecutor.
And a Fox News contributor welcome gentlemen a lot you know we we chat about allow -- of the Internet rights is so.
Our third this this woman have the right.
To post if she didn't like the sermon is just like the church.
What a Joseph the right to post and say what you just energies that I didn't like -- -- I didn't like the church when she goes she takes it to the next level which.
It's called -- week.
And she she uses -- lot of negative terms of what she backs it up with these.
That and one of his sermons the the pastor says that the elders should go in the closets of the young females.
It in the congregation to make sure they're not wearing clothing that's too revealing I mean I don't think that rises to the level of being.
Cult like or a -- -- but.
-- at a time you know she does she thinks that that rises to the level of being creepy.
And cult like so why doesn't she have the right to say that that's -- -- -- know.
First let me say -- -- is a surprise that -- dollars defending the -- encouraged and the holders to go through the window I could tonight -- is very he's very -- outlet has got to thank you very much.
-- -- -- Having said that of course.
You know -- it's established defamation it's quite a high standard yeah you have to say that the word subject and someone to.
Hatred contempt to ridicule -- Oregon law.
All she is doing is expressing an opinion I'm -- and I think it's a road reasonable opinion if somebody is Pasteur war.
Or -- or were religious leader in Karzai kind of behavior that a lot of they would say that that's creepy that is.
Well why is that still increasing sir I don't know this -- the market was on the cover of the of the New York Times as they -- -- all academy at all girls high school.
The young women before they pick out -- before they're allowed to Wear the dress -- graduation.
The head none have did you see -- -- -- the cleavage to blow -- Enron that did nothing wrong with that and that's basically what this pastor was saying.
If you know we still have to maintain some sort of moral that this is -- I -- the best that you have a -- we've had rescued too deeply into the -- You know rules for levels and cleavage and all that.
What non fat and I'd like you got there but -- lustig with a lot shall we -- Aren't so here's my question isn't -- business aren't there yet is this a business and so in doing this has she undermine his ability and has she caused him to quote suffered damages to his business -- Obviously he's claim that he he is suffering damages and an -- here is the defense that she would -- is that the truth is an absolute defense so easy.
It would be really creepy.
Is it really called like saying if wolf she -- to back that up is that he's saying you know when Richard should dress appropriately that I don't think that that it is creepy I don't think she -- -- he's -- That it's called like because he wants young women to -- -- probably that's the only thing I saw that she cited that was so already did it.
-- what time you know in terms of the 500000 dollars -- how do you rabbit that amber in this kind of situation.
Well look lawyers often you know throw those numbers out there are more or less to sensationalize the claim and there's no way this -- suffered 500000 dollars in damages and in the churches and not for profit organization.
And -- just a touch on a couple of things -- there's a defense to defamation so his opinion.
It also is the fact that this pastor is a limited public figure.
In terms of his church in terms of the spirituality which he professes.
So he hit it in order to prove defamation if you're criticizing him in his role as -- -- They have to show actual malice that's the kind of standard that a a politician like Barack Obama would have to show the news agency criticized.
It's a fine line Martha between.
Protecting people's right to freedom of speech at protecting people's rights -- not have -- names thrown around you know it's definitely session of congress now because anybody who wants to Anna-Lena fail like gay rights and the nasty about your business -- from the front of us at the first place to go out.
To check out a doctor art magazine tour a little bit how how well look I didn't think much about you yeah.
Yeah it has about -- Donna thank you so much I don't know what we booked already for that's you can actually act like he was a professional on this stuff that thank you very -- I think about -- --
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