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Why A Law For The Dead?

Why A Law For The Dead?


An AdLLaw Petition signee commented:

“The fact that people take advantage of this loophole is disgusting.”

Why A Law For The Deceased2It is not so much a loophole as a conscious decision by lawmakers to avoid doing the right thing.   In order for it to be a legal loophole there would first have to be a law.  The absence of this law provides immoral profit for some, a perverse entertainment for many and pain for others.

Michael Jackson continues to be one of the hardest working persons in the entertainment business.  The US Courts and Government are in agreement he is enough of a person to continue to produce material; be a part of that material; go on tour; be sued; taxed; hire contractors and employees through representation.  But he is no longer a person when it comes to getting justice for slander against him.

Michael Jackson is not alone when it comes to this.  It happens to persons known the world over and those only known in their hometown.  All these people are equally important.

If a decedent can be sued for slander which may have happened while they were alive, have the case against them handled by family or estate managers then why does it not work in reverse?

The biggest argument against this proposed law is it will violate our First Amendment rights.

That is misleading.

Crime Is SlanderIf making a law which makes it illegal to slander the deceased violates US First Amendment Rights then there would be no slander laws, not even for the living.

Because the crime is slander.  Not who is or can be slandered.  

Support the Petition Initiative:

Contact the lawmakers and tell them you support the proposed law and want them to do the same.

(We do not support cover ups or intimidating wronged people.  We ask that if the wronged is the deceased they are not ignored)

By: S. Kendrick, Resolution Specialist – a.k.a. Dial Dancer


Posted by on May 27, 2014 in AdLLaw Initiative, Advocacy


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“Bring about legislation to include the deceased among those who, when defamed, can have the same legal protection”
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Three Stooges (Dimond, Gutierrez, and Allen)

Turning the Table on the Chandler Allegations

In 1995 I was working for NBC News on the OJ Simpson story. “The murders were ‘94 and trial ‘95,” a network journalist named Lydia told me. “Victor was in LA and used to visit the Burbank studios, “she said. Explaining that shows like, “Hard Copy had deep pockets and the networks don’t pay.” Victor Gutierrez always used to come around with,” stuff on Michael and at that time nobody cared because OJ was the story. It was always somebody guard or employee that came out of the woodwork.”

But the networks refusal to buy his stories didn’t deter Gutierrez– who admittedly made a bulk of his income selling stories on Jackson. All he needed was a sensational story to capture some attention, even if he invented one about a phantom video tape. “I know at the time he sold that story he (Victor) needed money. He never thought it…

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Posted by on May 15, 2014 in Advocacy