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McLibel Two -The Fight For Freedom of Speech - 1994

Introduction

McLibel campaigning video produced by Despite TV featuring interviews with David Morris and Helen Steel of London Greenpeace.

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The McLibel case is the colloquial term for McDonald's Restaurants v Morris & Steel, a long-running[1] English court action for libel filed by McDonald's Corporation against environmental activists Helen Steel and David Morris (often referred to as "The McLibel Two") over a pamphlet critical of the company. The original case, considered by many scholars to be a Strategic lawsuit against public participation (SLAPP), lasted seven years, making it the longest-running court action in English history.

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Credits

Producer: Despite TV
Co-producer: London Greenpeace
Production Company: Do you want fries with that?
Original Format: colour, mini DV, 9 mins
Language versions: english
Useful link: http://www.mcspotlight.org/...

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