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November 19, 2004

It's Greek to me

It's a common legal axiom that you can't libel the dead, but some 2300 years isn't enough to deter a group of Greek lawyers who are upset with Oliver Stone for portraying Alexander the Great as bisexual, a commonly understood but apparently not universally accepted bit of history. What's next, Israeli lawyers suing Mel Gibson?

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Comparative Law



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