The Lady Is Not A Tramp?
It is a direct attack on my integrity as a writer to claim that I lied
Strange days, fellow Debriefists, when a nice lady considers herself libeled if an ex-boyfriend alleges she was not a sex worker. That’s right – he’s accusing her of not being a prostitute. Confused? Well, all will become clear(er) when you listen to this week’s show. Plus – the nasty tricks that the world’s security services – CIA, MI5 and FSB – get up to when journalists offend those in power.
More news and debate from the turbulent confluence of writing, publishing and the law. Presented by leading lawyer Donna Ballman with literary agent Peter Cox. Don’t forget – you can post topics for Donna to discuss in the Comments section, below.
- Brooke Magnanti’s Blog
- Boyfriend Claims Author Invented Best-Selling Sexploits
- Glenn Greenwald’s Partner Detained At Heathrow Airport
- Is Journalism Now Viewed As A ‘Terrorist’ Occupation?
- David Miranda Wins High Court Injunction On Seized Data – But With ‘National Security’ Exemption
- St. Martin’s Press & Lianne Macdougall Book
- Tyler Perry, Lionsgate Win Dismissal Of ‘Good Deeds’ Copyright Case
- The Newport Plain Talk – ‘Me And My Likker’
- Judge Hears Arguments About Lance Armstrong’s Books
Photo by Nina J. G.