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The story of William Yeager v. NPR is explained in the video below.
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William Yeager is not only suing NPR, but is taking his case to the Supreme Court.
“I do not believe the First Amendment and giving “rights” to freedom of the press, was written with the intention to protect those who hurt, destroy, humiliate, cause extreme duress and pain and suffering to the People of the United States,” says Yeager.
“The answer to the question regarding whether there be limitations on the press and media is to ask, ‘is this perhaps the time in our history and Nation, that new laws, rules and regulations be legislated and enforced upon the media and press regarding its “freedoms”? Is it lawful and right for our United States Courts and judicial system to protect its United States citizens from serious violations of the Constitution, which was written to secure the Blessings of Liberty, protecting its citizens from ridicule and scorn, is it right to allow the media to fabricate lies, violate every good virtue of human good, is it right for New York Times V. Sullivan to be able to stand forevermore, as a corroded decaying inhumane statute, to institute and enforce its omnipotent, extremely high burden of proof on the American citizen, so much so that one has no chance to defend his reputation in our courts, because of the laws of yesterday, sown by division, that deters and stifles our future of development, and growth and evolution of the human spirit; and, should a law that is flawed, by all American Standards, prevail and be condoned, when serious violations are inflicted upon the U.S. citizen, ones that cause serve depression, mental anguish, loss of income and suicide; should this be allowed, all in the name of the love of money?’” William Yeager