posted on Jun, 22 2004 @ 03:43 PM
Well, since what we are saying here is opinion, we are permitted to say what we think. Furthermore, I highly doubt that my opinion of Mr. Taylor's
abilities will remotely impact his sales, which, seems to be what he's interested in anyway. Also, I didn't mention Mr. Taylor by name anyway, but
now I am.
I'm merely stating that I believe him to be a fraud. If he'd like to prove paranormal ability, James Randi would love to talk to him about it.
Just found this at the Libel link that was provided:
The defamatory statement must also have been made with fault. The extent of the fault depends primarily on the status of the plaintiff. Public
figures, such as government officials, celebrities, well-known individuals, and people involved in specific public controversies, are required
to prove actual malice, a legal term which means the defendant knew his statement was false or recklessly disregarded the truth or falsity of his
[edit on 22-6-2004 by Ouizel]