Last summer, Elon Musk’s insults over Twitter and various media outlets were the subject of the lawsuit. In the debate, the court determined the first day of trial.
SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s lawyer claimed on Tuesday that he could not indemnify compensation for the British cave diver who later publicly filed a lawsuit with his client and did not undermine his credibility.
According to court documents filed on Tuesday, Musk’s new lawyer, Alex Spiro, questioned the rationale for the English cave diver Vernon Unsworth, who filed a defamation case in September 2018. The case was opened on Elon Musk’s saying Pedophilia lam through Twitter and making statements suggesting this. The incident broke out last summer after the rescue of young footballers trapped in a cave in Thailand.
’Somebody has to question the reason why Mr. Unsworth is turning it into a federal case, dönüştür said Musk’s lawyer, Alex Spiro, who wrote a reply to Unsworth’s complaint. Laws of defamation exist to protect those who have been misled by false claims. In the case of Mr. Unsworth, who made himself a social figure, these allegations must have been made intentionally. Mr. Musk has already withdrawn what he said. Mr. Unsworth’s claim was limited to what Mr. Musk said in his private speech. Bay
In response to the defense, US District Judge Stephen V. Wilson denied the request for a denial of the case and arranged a trial date. The trial will begin on 22 October.
Musk’s lawyers claimed that the expressions on sites like Twitter were not an objective fact, but rather hypothetical ideas. Insult laws do not apply to ideas and insults. However, Wilson rejected Musk’s arguments with Musk’s email interaction with BuzzFeed reporter Ryan Mac.