The truth is an absolute defense in a defamation lawsuit and statements that can be proven are not lies. I don’t have to prove what I said in my last post, but I’ll be happy to share – I do have friends that use facebook. Looks like someone finally told her to put on a better act, huh? …a little late, though
Speaking of lying, Bill of zoning told me last night that a horse is a horse whether it is mini or not….. (that is a Fact)
Some should refresh their memory of God’s 10 Commandments – this site(www.the-ten-commandments.org) will help explain them. This is the Ninth, HERE
She really needs better friends – got this, too, today
Saturday, November 2, 2019 1:06 pm
Brittany Oswald: Beth Oswald, supposedly you made us move into your house 😂 good ol Marilyn at her finest she got her karma when her husband died from cancer
How long will it be before someone tells her to change her wicked words so her true self isn’t showing on her FACE?
AFTER THESE RECENT POSTS RE BRITTANY, REMEMBER TO
SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM FOR THE BEGINNING OF THIS STORY
I received an interesting email about her threatening someone with a defamation lawsuit – heard that I was brought into it and it turned into some sort of ‘Eulogy for Brittany’ post with Testimonials on Facebook – looks like her hormones are out of control again.
ANYway – For this Lawyer: I was going to post the 4 Defamation Claim Elements that must be present for a valid case, but you probably would not understand them anyway. ALL 4 elements must be present for a successful lawsuit, which you clearly do not have.
I will explain 2 of them to you, however. First, the statements made MUST be FALSE for you to sue. You wouldn’t want to be accused of filing a ‘Frivolous Lawsuit”, would you? AND, your client must be able to prove how this FALSE statement “injured” her reputation. In other words, if the statement said something like “she abuses animals” AND if she has already been charged with 3 counts of animal abuse, convicted of one and forced by the court to give that horse back to the former owner …. you’re not going to get much, are you?
TO THOSE INTERESTED IN BRITTANY’S STORY, SCROLL DOWN TO
THE BOTTOM WHERE IT ALL STARTED…………
I wonder – if this trailer were next door to a township official, would they be satisfied to hear that it may take months/years to even check on this property or get rid of the rodents and mold?? Maybe they will delay until the owner finishes demolishing it and burying it in the yard… less paperwork for them if it’s gone by the time they ‘get around to it’.
When the next owner of this property tries to dig into soil, this is only some of the “treasure” that he will find .. demolition waste, fiberglass insulation, trash, garbage, car parts, appliances, tires, and human excrement, etc.
Some of this is already buried, some is next for burying. NO need for any permits… he can do whatever he pleases – it’s ‘his’ property.
THANKS, LES! … and I don’t even have to depend on Marijuana and Meth to be one!