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2322262, RE: Would it be newsworthy if the children weren't his...
Posted by Vex_id, Thu May-01-14 05:25 PM
>...and she "disclosed" the abortion to somehow leverage him?

Since there's no way to determine the DNA of the underdeveloped
fetus(es) - no. And "newsworthy" as a legal term refers to
something that the public has a legitimate interest to know -
such as whether a govt. official is lying or committing fraud/criminal acts -- newsworthy (as a legal term of art)
does not mean something that simply lights up the social
media sphere.

>I mean it's terrible all around.....
>
>No one emerges from that smelling sweet...
>
>I could only imagine what a judge hearing this would be
>like....

Wouldn't be good for Floyd. The key here is the sensitive
nature of the private medical records and the invasion
of her privacy. Even if she gave Floyd the medical
records - he still has no right to publicize those
records because they are still privileged - and she
only consented to him seeing them, not the world at large.


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