By no ways, no way should the children of this country, the young people think that he, nor his industry have and redeeming qualities, as they are presently constituted. KING: So all parody works? If I tried, somebody would cut it off because somebody has decided responsibly not fit for human consumption, right? Falwell, which is why the copies were made in the first place so that the Reverend could start a fun raising effort that was against Hustler magazine. Quoting from its decision in Garrison v.
But I don't believe for a moment in his heart of hearts, that he doesn't believe there is a God. That is not uncommon with free expression cases, which often test our limits for accepting offensive ideas that are outside the mainstream. We'll be back with our remaining moments, we may even have a closing statement on this historic night. KING: Do you believe he believes? My ministry years ago owned airplane that was supported and paid for by Christian businessmen through their corporations. Good night from New York.
Case Summary: Hustler v. Falwell () | Drexel Kline School of Law
KING: Not his computer magazine? Although you are clearly not a gentleman, I will accord you the opportunity of defending yourself as such on the field of honor. KING: Like the mother of a public figure. Greatest magazine in the world. Every politician who is spoofed in a cartoon or in print could claim that his feelings have been lacerated and that he should be awarded a bundle.
I met him in a hotel lobby in Phoenix. KING: That's got to be a conflict Now, maybe he chose to get rid of it. Every politician who is spoofed in a cartoon or in print could claim that his feelings have been lacerated and that he should be awarded a bundle. Falwell, who died in , a well-known religious conservative and founder of the Moral Majority, a political advocacy group, had sued Hustler and its publisher, Larry Flynt, for libel.