|Authored by: Anonymous on Monday, June 18 2012 @ 05:35 PM EDT|
|NOT SUPPORTING, but in defense of the post.|
That info, is found easily, with a simple search. Found in many places on the
web. With whole web sites dedicated to the subject.
All with offending content, that could be termed "lible or slander",
Ever wonder why the companies that make this stuff do not approach a judge to
get an injunction to have the owners of the offending sites remove it, or to sue
in order collect damages for the loss of their good name/brand? Sue, the
authors of the books. Sue, the makers of the movie(s). Sue, doctors who have
written and posted information about the subject? Why have they not sued by
now, it's been years that this information has been out there for folks to
It's not like they don't have a stable of lawyers on staff or retained.
So, why don't "they" start the legal action, to get rid of the
One word - if they sue, then there is "discovery"?
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