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They Have Something In Common

01 Jul
They Have Something In Common

Did you know that ALL of these people have something in common? And not just the fact that they are now deceased.Celebs In Common by Kerry WardAll of these celebrities have suffered slander and defamation at the hands of the tabloid media after their death.

Elvis Presley – Posted by the National Enquirer that he had 7 secret love-children and was secretly gay.

Whitney Houston – the lies posted about Whitney are well documented. One disgusting article in the National Enquirer talks about “secret lesbian romps.”

David Bowie – Days after Bowie’s tragic death from cancer; tabloids posted that he died as a result of AIDS.

Robin Williams – A year after his tragic death; a tabloid posted that he was murdered and his suicide note was a proven fake.

Prince – days after his death and BEFORE any full autopsy result was released; numerous tabloids posted that he died of HIV/Aids.

Michael Jackson – the lies continue with regard to “evidence” he molested children. Recently; The Daily Mail posted a lie that “detectives were convinced he molested his nephews.”

NOBODY is immune from tabloid lies. And it effects EVERYONE; not just the deceased. Their families; friends and fans all have to read these disgusting and cruel lies. However; there is nothing they can do to stop it. They currently don’t have any legal case to sue. But if the AdLLaw Initiative is passed; then this will change and in turn; the lies will stop. WE HAVE THE POWER TO MAKE THAT HAPPEN!

Please spread the world today! Sign the petition and share it far and wide and let’s change the defamation laws TOGETHER!

AdLLaw Global Petition

Author: Kerry Ward, Admin MDF

 

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