Murphy v Wigington – Determining your compensable losses in a defamation case Any lost wages or lost earning capacity?

I honestly do not understand how some can’t see the heartless and predatory manner in which Dane attacked Michael. A public apology is warranted.

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I find it a bit odd that BOTH articles referenced in this image have disappeared

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“I removed the post here from public view as it seemed of a private and libelous nature.”

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Michael Murphy responds to Dane Wigington “Substance Addiction” accusations SEP 30, 2013

scribd: http://www.scribd.com/doc/242308808/Michael-Murphy-Responds-to-Dane-Wigington-Substance-Addiction-Accusations-SEP-30-2013

[Me: I didn’t see this until today, Wednesday, October 8, 2014.]

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[I do not like it when my stuff gets scrubbed. Now leave me alone, or I’ll sick my Friends on you. Just kidding, or not.]

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