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Elon Musk: Court rules Tesla founder did not defame British cave diver by calling him 'pedo guy'

Independent Friday, 6 December 2019
A jury has found that Elon Musk's statements calling a British cave diver who assisted in the rescue of 13 people in Thailand a "pedo guy" do not constitute defamation.
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Elon Musk did not defame British caver Vernon Unsworth, who helped in last year's rescue of trapped Thai schoolboys, by calling him a 'pedo guy', a US jury has found. A jury deliberated for less than an hour before agreeing with Mr Musk. Speaking minutes after the verdict was announced, a jubilant Mr...

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