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MJROD and ‘Doggie Style’ — Admitting to Libel Per Se

One senses that Marvin J. Rodriguez of Peoria, AZ, owner of MJROD Business Consulting Services, Inc., is attempting to backpedal a little. In his most recent post, he refers to “posts (he) made regarding (my) Parkinson’s disease.” That would seem to indicate that he understands that I am, in fact, NOT faking the illness.

But that’s not enough. He is on record as stating — as a flat fact and not an opinion — that I am defrauding the government by faking an illness he claims I do not have. The only remedy for that outside the courtroom is a sincere apology. Not a weaseling “well, in my opinion” mealy-mouthed snivel, much as I expect he plans to post on May 30 at 5pm as he promises. That won’t cut it. The libel is still out there. In fact, even if he were to delete the offending posts, that would not be a complete remedy to the libel. The libel has been published. It has been read by third persons.

Easy explanation? Libel exists when a false, defamatory statement is made to a third person. Saying one suspects that a person is faking an illness is clearly an opinion. That is not what MJROD has done.

“…clinging to fake Parkinson’s…”

“…I’ve said he is faking his Parkinson’s Disease…”

“…Schmalfeldt has been faking his disease…”

“…lying about his diagnosis…”

“…soaking the taxpayers with his fake disease…”

The libel is unquestionable. Two examples of successful defamation cases. There are more.

Magistrate Judge Gabriel Gorenstein said in an opinion that the comment about (a victim) doing nothing was opinion, but allegations of her faking an illness were libelous per se.

Marvin J. Rodriguez of Peoria, AZ, owner of MJROD Business Consulting Services, Inc., really only need to ask one question of himself. Which does he fear more? The almost certainty that he would lose a defamation suit? Or looking like a pussy for apologizing?

MJROD need not worry, however. I really do not want to waste the time and effort of suing anyone.

But if I have decided to take that step?

MJROD will have at least one co-defendant.

Scott Hincklcy

31 Lawton Rd.

Shirley, MA 01464

Apparently, they heard Scott’s plea. I was asked to provide a doctor’s statement that I still have Parkinson’s disease. OPM received my doctor’s report last week.

Scott’s wife, owner of Sure Fire Dogs in Westborough, MA, (not pictured in the comments above) will be real happy about his risking her security like that.

Now, DOGGY STYLE needs to apologize TOO!

 

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