Sacha Baron Cohen Ordered to Answer Questions in Roy Moore's $95 Million Defamation Case
Comedian pranked judge with false claim of Israel award
By Bob Unruh
December 22, 2020
An actor who pranked former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore has been ordered to answer questions from Moore's lawyer in a $95 million defamation case.
Larry Klayman told WND he had to argue for even a limited interview with Sacha Baron Cohen, contending the comedian is being protected by the legal system.
"This is part and parcel to not just Obama and Clinton judges, but Republican establishment judges, which President Trump has mistakenly appointed," he said.
"We're confident we will ultimately prevail in this lawsuit."
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