Attorneys in a liberal case against Buzzfeed filed a motion against the website on Monday with a hilarious title.
“SIX WAYS BUZZFEED HAS MISLED THE COURT (NUMBER TWO WILL AMAZE YOU) … AND A PICTURE OF A KITTEN!”
The title is an allusion to the list-style articles, that often show pictures of kittens, typical of Buzzfeed.
— Keith Lee (@associatesmind) March 29, 2017
Russian tech executive Aleksej Gubarev is suing the company after it published an unverified dossier is January that alleged to have incrimination information on President Donald Trump’s financial and personal information, Business Insider reported.
Gubarev, and his companies, are suing because Buzzfeed included his name in the report, though Buzzfeed has since redacted his name and apologized to him.
As for the motion, the attorneys did make good on their promise to include a picture of a kitten in exhibit 41.
— Rebecca Harrington (@HarringtonBecca) March 29, 2017
— alexandriabrown (@alexthechick) March 29, 2017
— Anon E. Mous (@Anon_E_Mous_) March 29, 2017
Lawsuit between Buzzfeed and Russian company over Trump/Russia allegations produces the best court caption ever. pic.twitter.com/I2zlaQkVgM
— Tom Shortell (@TShortell) March 29, 2017
When I was a federal law clerk, I would’ve granted this motion based solely on the title, hands down. https://t.co/3CKMS8lE4h
— Danielle Savoy 🐸 (@DanielleSavoy) March 29, 2017
— Alexander Quon (@AlexanderQuon) March 29, 2017
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