Committing Writing Crimes


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inspiredmagz-ImageProxy.mvcHow a small slip of the pen could land us in jail with multiple charges
A publisher offers you a gig job and asks you to probe and write about a new popular murder case. You discovered that you know one of the victim’s neighbors and went to interview the call girl or service woman. She told you that she saw the victim Hillary having a quarrel with a certain Shamir. Another call girl said Coker threatens them with a knife and robs them all. You wrote what the women said. You also wrote that Shamir is a Jew, and that Jews have a secret practice of killing Christian children in sacrificial rites, then submitted it to the publisher.

When the judge who was handling the murder case read your story, he got very mad and summoned you to the court. He accused you of three things. Slander because you…

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Poch is a Bookrix author and a freelance writer. He is a frequent contributor to TED Conversations.
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