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    In which of the following cases is it most likely that the plaintiff will only have to prove negligence on the defendant's part to recover from defamation?
    a. Statements that a U.S. Senator had someone killed
    b. Statements that Madaonna had someone killed
    c. A statement that you or I negligently killed someone during a hurricane
    d. A false credit report of a construction contractor

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    In which of the following cases is it most likely that the plaintiff will only have to prove negligence on the defendant's part to recover from defamation?

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    d. A false credit report of a ...

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