AAEC’s Amicus Letter

Here is the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists’ amicus letter to the California Supreme Court opposing the Los Angeles Times and in favor of my lawsuit.

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About Ted Rall

Ted Rall is the political cartoonist at ANewDomain.net, editor-in-chief of SkewedNews.net, a graphic novelist and author of many books of art and prose, and an occasional war correspondent. He is the author of the biography "Trump," to be published in July 2016.

8 thoughts on “AAEC’s Amicus Letter

  1. They might apologize and retract. Hire you back, too. And five days later, they’ll let you go because “they’re going in a new direction.”

  2. WHERE THE FUCK WERE THESE PEOPLE ALL THIS TIME?
    Now, at the last minute, when you’re one face kick away from falling into the lava of the Genesis Planet, suddenly they come up with something on letterhead?
    As Catherine Martin once said, “Thanks for the scraps, asshole.”

    • megadittoes (see my comment from yesterday with surprisingly similar language.)

      OTOF, at least they’re signing on. I’m thinking that when it was merely the odious Ted Rall in trouble, they weren’t nearly so interested. But now that SLAPPing is going to the Supreme Court, it might actually mean something. Maybe even enough to write about!

      I’m gonna pester my local “liberal” editorialists again, and encourage all true Rallfans to do the same.

      • @Ted – That’s a sword that cuts both ways.

        The Times may have stabbed themselves in their own foot-in-mouth. They coulda settled for a lot less, now they stand to lose not only moola but credibility.

        Assuming they do lose, the first thing they’ll do is offer to settle. But settlements always include gag orders. Would Ted be willing to not write about it? I don’t think so.

      • They destroyed my reputation in public. They don’t get to go all hush-hush private if and when they decide to make nice. Never say never, everyone has their price, but it’s really hard at this point to imagine a scenario in which I would agree to a gag order. They need to apologize and retract, in public, in a big way.

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