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Obviously, Brian Buckley was right. The Times went all out. They made sure that the hatchet woman - Judge Elias - was going to be the judge. And the RFK suit shows that whenever the going gets rough - the rough get Judge Elias. And ride over everyone else's rights.
Her ruling is Kafkaesque (as is the SLAPP law). She claims that there was no contract for the LA Times to interfere with. Gee, that's funny. When someone takes $10,000, and promises to produce something on a specific date, that sure looks like a contract. Imagine if Apple computer had its famous Macintosh commercial pulled prior to the Super Bowl in 1984, by, oh, a few days, and CBS just sends back the money with a helpless shrug. Would Apple stand by and say, well, we really didn't have a contract, they can decide to run it or not?
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