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I've researched this topic a bit but no one has really provided a clear explanation.
Would calling someone a liar, dishonest, manipulator, unethical, a person who will take advantage of others be considered defamation? If someone screws me over can I call that person a "bad" person who people should avoid? Does my reasoning for making these statements matter? Would statements like "he has no friends" or "other people don't even like him" or "all he does is write marketing letters all day" qualify as defamation?
On a sidenote, if someone promises me something or makes a statement verbally that later isn't upheld or true and I post a comment about it and later get sued for defamation, how could either of us even prove what happened without any evidence?
Thanks so much!
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