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Defamation Trial Of The Century: Fox News vs Dominion Voting Systems Over Election Rigging Claims

  • Posted on April 11, 2023
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Fox News in Hot Water: Faces $1.6 Billion Defamation Trial over Election Rigging Claims

Fox News, one of the largest cable networks in the US, is set to face a defamation trial Over claims that it spread falsehoods about election rigging. The trial is expected to last for five weeks and will see a Delaware court pick a jury to decide whether Fox should pay Dominion Voting Systems a staggering $1.6 billion.

Defamation Trial Of The Century
Defamation Trial Of The Century

Dominion Accuses Fox News Executives of Approving False Election Coverage

The trial will focus on who was responsible for the cable network's decision to broadcast claims of election rigging despite internal doubts about their veracity. Dominion alleges that Fox's top executives approved the coverage, but Fox denies this claim, stating that there is no evidence of high-level involvement.

Test of ethics: Fox News defamation trial raises questions over journalistic responsibility

Dominion's allegations have led many to view the trial as a test of whether Fox's reporting went beyond ethical journalism in pursuit of ratings. According to Dominion, Fox caused significant damage to its business by broadcasting untrue allegations that its voting machines were utilized to manipulate the outcome of the 2020 US presidential election against Donald Trump.

Fox News Set to Face Trial in Democrat-Dominated County Over Election Coverage

The potential jurors for the trial will be selected from New Castle County, Delaware, which is an area where there are more than twice as many registered Democrats as there are registered Republicans. 

Many conservative commentators supported Donald Trump working at Fox News. The trial has attracted widespread media attention, with opening arguments set to begin on April 17.

Fox News Defamation Trial Hinges on Internal Communications and Testimony from Rupert Murdoch and Top Executives

The case deals with the legal standard of actual malice that Dominion must meet to prevail. The outcome of the trial may depend on the content of internal communications within Fox as well as the testimony of high-level executives and hosts, including Rupert Murdoch and his son Lachlan.

Defamatory statements on Fox News show at the center of Dominion trial

Dominion has accused Fox News of knowingly broadcasting false statements on programs such as "Sunday Morning Futures," "Lou Dobbs Tonight," and "Justice with Judge Jeanine," claiming that employees throughout the organization were aware of the falsity but persisted in airing them to avoid losing viewers to more extremist networks.

Fox News Accused of Knowingly Spreading Falsehoods about Election Rigging

The trial will decide whether Fox deliberately disseminated false information or showed disregard for the truth. While Fox argues that Dominion falls short of pinning actual malice on the individuals responsible for the defamatory statements, scattered doubts about the claims among certain individuals cannot be attributed to the organization as a whole.

Defamation Trial Of The Century
Defamation Trial Of The Century

Fox News Defamation Trial to Set Precedent for Holding Media Outlets Accountable for Spreading Misinformation

The trial is a critical moment for Fox News and will be watched closely by media outlets across the world. It will test the limits of Free speech and the responsibilities of journalists in the digital age.

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