It's being reported that the Paris court found you guilty of "false information" against Prince Albert and has levied hefty fines against you. Will you appeal?
The only appropriate venue to sue a U.S. citizen for libel is in a U.S. Court.
The Speech Act, made into U.S. law in January 2010, is very clear on the First Amendment rights of Americans. H.S. 2765 prohibits U.S. courts from enforcing defamation judgments obtained outside the United States against U.S. citizens.
The SPEECH act, as the law is known, was passed by Congress specifically to protect U.S. citizens from people shopping around the world for a friendly court in which to bring a defamation case.
In short, the SPEECH Act was designed to protect writers like Robert ERINGER from predatory plaintiffs, like Prince Albert.
Furthermore, I was never served and I am not a party to action in the French court. A default judgment was obtained through deception and trickery.
All of my information is true. Some people can't handle the truth.