A 2010 column in The Dallas Morning News may have been “callous,” may have left out key facts and may have even portrayed a North Texas family of being deceptive about the death of their teen-aged son, but the article was an “opinion” piece that was “literally true” and thus not a breach of defamation laws in Texas, the Texas Supreme Court ruled unanimously . . .
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