Wednesday, May 11, 2011

It's Never Good To Make "Orgy" News, Is It?

Back in 2008 the British tabloid News of the World made worldwide headlines by publishing photos of the then-head of Formula One's governing body participating in "orgies" with multiple hookers in London.  Compounding things, 71 year-old Max Mosely is the son of Oswald Mosely, the infamous head of Britian's pro-Nazi fascist party in the 1930s, and some of these "orgies" appeared to have vaguely Nazi themes and to involve play-acted sadomasochism.

Max Mosely later won a lawsuit against the newspaper and was awarded £60,000 (roughly $100,000) in damages, with the Judge saying he found "no evidence of Nazi behavior" in the orgies, as you can read HERE. (Though he lost another, related lawsuit today, as you can read HERE.)

But  you're never going to recover from worldwide headlines like, "Sick Nazi Orgy With Five Hookers," are you, no matter how many $100,000 lawsuits you win?

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  1. Great to have Conclusions Drawn back online.

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