Ohio must amend law about slander – News Journal 8:44 PM, Dec 22, 2012

Inevitably the law in the State of Ohio must be amended that pertains to slander and defamation of character.

Presently it’s being craftily implemented to tyrannize and have dominance. I could not have said it better Yolanda, you can find on our facebook group page one who’s been getting away with it who has close ties to local leaders we express our opinions towards. They think it’s “what’s good for the goose, is good for the gander” – we see it as an attack on the very citizens THEY work for!.

At the commencement of the denigration, legal counsel was sought. It has been an ongoing issue and to resolve it legally — it would exhaust my financial resources. Unless of coarse you do what we do here – https://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/groups/MansfieldersPerspective/by fighting back with the TRUTH!

Forensic evidence exists that unequivocally substantiates it is slander and defamation of character. This evidence was obtained with the assistance of an investigator and in accordance with Ohio state law. Hopefully, appropriate intervention can be rendered. If these are friends of the political system, THEY will say…Good Luck, and ROTFLMAO.

I had been diagnosed with diabetes when I was in my 20s, and because I experienced blackouts I had aspersions cast upon my reputation. I am confident that our Almighty Creator ensures this matter will be resolved for lies that have been spoken into the winds of God have hurt my loved ones.

It is written in James 4:12 “who are you to judge another.” Remember that it is God that remains seated on the judgment throne and God will never relinquish what solely is His.

Yolanda M. Price

Mansfield

I agree, Ohio needs to change their Law to something like Montana’s

(see below)

45-8-212. Criminal defamation. (1) Defamatory matter is anything that exposes a person or a group, class, or association to hatred, contempt, ridicule, degradation, or disgrace in society or injury to the person’s or its business or occupation.
(2) Whoever, with knowledge of its defamatory character, orally, in writing, or by any other means, including by electronic communication, as defined in 45-8-213, communicates any defamatory matter to a third person without the consent of the person defamed commits the offense of criminal defamation and may be sentenced to imprisonment for not more than 6 months in the county jail or a fine of not more than $500, or both.
(3) Violation of subsection (2) is justified if:
(a) the defamatory matter is true;
(b) the communication is absolutely privileged;
(c) the communication consists of fair comment made in good faith with respect to persons participating in matters of public concern;
(d) the communication consists of a fair and true report or a fair summary of any judicial, legislative, or other public or official proceedings; or
(e) the communication is between persons each having an interest or duty with respect to the subject matter of the communication and is made with the purpose to further the interest or duty.
(4) A person may not be convicted on the basis of an oral communication of defamatory matter except upon the testimony of at least two other persons that they heard and understood the oral statement as defamatory or upon a plea of guilty or nolo contendere

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