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Heartfelt congratulations to @Rialisms (enjoy your bday!), @marchimark, @rontoye, and @FUNimation. Thanks to all of you for standing up for the truth.

Big love also to @MicheleSpecht, @MichellMcC73, @karaedwards, @jessiepridemore, and everyone else who played a part in this.
I was a few hours late to this (knew I would probably miss the ruling) so I'm trying to catch up on my KickVic list and there has been so much activity that scrolling back to the beginning is making my browser lag. It took me a whole minute to RT Jamie's gloat tweet.
ISWV is taking this well
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Witty!

(Non-consensual hugs typically qualify as assault in most jurisdictions btw)

Are those... tears?

Because they look like tears

I bet they're delicious

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I mean really ๐Ÿ˜‚
Got a thread on it that ends here:

There are some additional nuances by state, but that should get him mostly up-to-speed

Basically, yes. It's not an affirmative defense but it will be an argument they make in their briefs, based on the evidence that comes out during discovery or affidavits that get filed

That language is more signaling than legal effect though

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This was already addressed mid-thread. You do realize filing lawsuits costs money to the court, yes?

Not getting paid != going into the hole paying the court costs

The goat's still waiting...

There are a few options. Provide evidence he wasn't there or X wasn't there, or depose X and challenge X's credibility (history of lying, etc), or provide evidence X is lying (emails, texts, etc), or get on the stand to say "that's false" and pray

They're too dim to realize ppl find out about the GFMs *because* they were shared on Twitter

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Earlier today I learned about this #StandWithVic hashtag and the total gibberish sent by his lawyers as part of a LOLsuit

Reminder to check out the defamation basics #Law140 on why this is going to end poorly for him
You seem to have missed the thread explaining the law

Not entirely surprised literacy is not your strong suit though

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