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Old 11-21-2012, 12:59 PM
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It may have been worded in such a way as to make a lawsuit impossible. I think the article stated "there were rumors Mayweather failed drug tests". Wouldn't Mayweather's lawyers have to prove there were no rumors? Because if there were rumors, the author can't be sued because he was telling the truth. If there were no rumors, the lawyers have to prove it. How do you prove there were no rumors?
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