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Wilson v. Lopez (Chapter 6): Lopez, a local TV anchorman, was stopped by Officer Steven
Wilson, and given a ticket for not having a front license plate and having expired registration.
Officer Wilson did not let Lopez drive off after he gave him the ticket, but allowed him to leave
the car in a car dealer’s parking lot nearby. On the local news that night, Lopez prefaced his
reading of the nightly news with the comment that he was angry and upset and probably not
thinking straight because of a ticket he had been issued earlier that day. He then went on to say
that “Officer Steven Wilson was “a Nazi”, “a dictator”, “an absolute barbarian”, “a lunkhead”, “a
meathead” and “a nut.” He continued to say that Officer Wilson’s conduct was “outrageous” and
“very unfair.” In Officer Wilson’s defamation lawsuit against Lopez, what would be the likely
result?

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