Depp and Heard: A 'digital-age witch trial' or a just verdict?
Amber Heard's 2018 op-ed in The Washington Post turned out to be quite costly.
The Post's story about the verdict is on Thursday's front page. "Some cheered for what they saw as a victory for men who are wrongly accused of physical and sexual abuse, while the decision struck others as a cruel statement on the rights of victims to speak out,"
Law & Crime Network registered 3 million simultaneous live-streaming viewers on YouTube while the verdict was read...
"The overall message is clear: the law doesn't protect free speech when women speak out against m en," Franks told me.
Meanwhile, Depp is still in the UK: "He was seen celebrating at a pub in Newcastle with [Jeff] Beck and UK singer Sam Fender," per The Daily Mail...
Rolling Stone's main homepage headline right now is about "survivors 'sickened' by the Amber Heard verdict..."