When a young couple murders one and severely injures another, do the victims have a tort against a filmmaker who potentially inspired them? In Byers v. Edmondson, the courts found that Oliver Stone could not be held liable for his film inspiring violence. This video summarizes the case and its conclusion.
April 18, 2016
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