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If you plan to defend defamation with truth, the onus is on you to prove truth Because truth is an affirmative defence, the onus is on the defendant to prove it, not on the prosecution to prove falsehood. You mention in a comment that the CTO “admitted fraud”. If you were to accuse the CTO or the company of fraud (a crime, so defamation per see) you would ...


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As long as what you are posting is factual, public knowledge then you shouldn't be in violation of any SEC rules. Short-selling in-and-of itself is perfectly legal, so is exercising your right to free speech, in so far as the things you say are true and known. Now if you made up some story about Musk and it caused the stock to fall where you gain, this could ...


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