13 thoughts on “Court dismisses Michael Mann defamation lawsuit against National Review”

  1. Well, little Mikey hurt my “feelings” and a lot of pocketbooks.
    He needs to be dragged through the courts in a class action.

  2. It is fitting that this decision came out just as Trump is about to become President and upset the AGW scam.

  3. In all seriousness, this could have been a good venue to further embarrass and marginalize the climate hyperventilists.

    Not that they need much help.

  4. The Mark Steyn suit needs to be dismissed quickly. With prejudice and with court costs assigned to be paid to Steyn and CEI.

  5. The now-documented fraud the Mann tried to pull off with his infamous “hockey stick” graph should be sufficient to confirm that he ruined his own reputation (such as it might have been), and there is nothing left for anyone else to subsequently harm.

  6. I would like to know if they’ve counter sued and if so will they pursue it now? I also wonder at this point where the court stands on Mann’s SLAPP suit against Styne? Tim Ball won but I can’t find anything showing him pursuing a counter suit. When Styne wins I certainly hope his counter suit will prevail against Mann and hopefully David Suzuki.

  7. Frightened world leaders and guilt-ridden government scientists laid the foundation of worldwide junk science when nations and national academies of sciences were united on 24 Oct 1945 to “save the world from possible nuclear annihilation” by hiding the source of energy in atomic bombs. Here’s the publisher’s galley proof of a tribute to Dr. Paul Kazuo Kuroda, the scientist who risked his life to expose this fraudulent “nuclear secret.”

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/PAUL_KAZUO_KURODA.pdf

  8. @Dreed: You are correct, the trial is a go. The “discovery” phase will be interesting. Perhaps it will be a milestone in Dr. Mann’s celebrated career …. a milestone which will sink it that is.

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