National Enquirer/AMI Messed With The Wrong Guy
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In light of the recent heavily publicized accusation by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos of the National Enquirer’s or AMI’s extortion and blackmail (Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is accusing the National Enquirer of extortion and blackmail. Bezos says its parent company, AMI, tried to deter him from investigating how the tabloid obtained intimate photos of his extramarital affair.), Windermere Sun would simply like to alert our readers/viewers that more than 41 states and D.C. now have Revenge Porn Law. Therefore, National Enquirer or AMI (parent company of National Enquirer) will likely have to face much potential legal ramifications.
Lawrence discusses with Washington Post reporter Manual Roig-Franzia, Tim O’Brien, Joyce Vance and Jerry George, who worked for AMI for 28 years, in the video “Jeff Bezos Accuses National Enquirer Owner of Blackmail, The Last Word, MSNBC“, below:
To better understand the relationship between Jeff Bezos’ accusation and the Revenge Porn Law, let’s take a look at an excerpt from wikipedia, in italics, below:
The term “revenge porn” generally refers to the uploading of this sexually explicit material to humiliate and intimidate the subject, who has broken off the relationship. The term is also often misused to describe non ‘revenge’ scenarios, including nonconsensual pornography distributed by hackers or by individuals seeking profit or notoriety. The images are usually accompanied by sufficient information to identify the pictured individual, typically names and locations, and can include links to social media profiles, home addresses and workplaces. Victims, whose images expose them to workplace discrimination, cyber-stalking or physical attack, can have their lives ruined as a result. Given the practice by some companies of searching for potential sources of bad publicity, many victims of revenge porn have lost their jobs and found themselves effectively unhirable. Some academics argue that the term “revenge porn” should not be used, and instead that it should be referred to as “image-based sexual abuse.”
Jurisdictions which have passed laws against revenge porn include Israel, Germany, the United Kingdom, Canada, forty states of the United States,and the Australian states of Victoria, New South Wales, the Northern Territory, the Australian Capital Territory, Western Australia and South Australia.
Bezos also noted that David Pecker, CEO of AMI (American Media Inc., parent company of the National Enquirer), recently entered into an immunity deal with the Department of Justice. AMI has told federal prosecutors that the company coordinated with the Trump campaign to buy and then bury a story of a woman who alleges to have had an affair with Mr. Trump in 2006. It’s a practice often referred to as catch and kill and, in this case, AMI says, to influence the 2016 presidential election.
Gathered, written, and posted by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker
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