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Comments about the soundtrack for 300 (Tyler Bates)

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setting the record straight
• Posted by: tanguera
• Date: Monday, June 28, 2010, at 1:29 p.m.
• IP Address:
• In Response to: Re: Why would a professional organizer threate... (Mike Jacobs)

I knew Ariel once upon a time and she wouldn't sue anybody unless somebody was commiting a serious crime against her. She's a great person and not the type to harass anybody with lawyers. Whatever happened here must have been really terrible and I'm sorry to see that the owners of this site use it to attack innocent and wonderful people. ((

> No -- I don't buy that at all. The law is all that matters, and the law
> says that libel only applies when someone intentionally posts false or
> misleading information about you in order to defame you. That never
> happened to this woman at this site. People were talking about her, but it
> wasn't defamatory or factually wrong. Christian himself won't even mention
> her by name in public forums. She would have no legal case against him if
> I go ahead and post her name. Ariel Bowlby There, I said it. Ariel
> Bowlby. Oops, I did it again! Was that illegal? Of course not. Will I be
> struck by lightning and judged by God for using her name? Of course not.
> Does she have a right to get a lawyer and threaten Filmtracks with a suit
> because I mentioned her name in a neutral and factual context? Yeah, but
> she would lose and could be countersued for harassment and court costs.
> Everyone should stop being afraid of people who don't know what they are
> talking about.

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