What Is A 'Libel-proof' Plaintiff?
A libel-proof plaintiff is a plaintiff who is just basically such a scumbag and has just done so many horrible things, they could never possibly expect to succeed in a defamation case. Examples of people who probably couldn't sue for libel would be someone like Dr. Kavorkian, someone whose just engaged in things that are so socially reprehensible that there is no way that they could ever possibly expect to sue anybody for something that was damaging about their reputation because they have no reputation to begin with.
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