IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 2022-006100-CA-01 SECTION: CA13
JUDGE: Gina Beovides
Everett Stern et al
Oleg Firer, the Ambassador of Grenada to the Russian Federation, has obtained a Temporary Injunction against Everett Stern, and his company, Tactical Rabbit. Stern has published statements to the effect that Firer was a Russian Spy, that he was engaging in espionage, that he was covertly acquiring restricted US technology for Russia, and that he was funding Russian intelligence operations.
The plaintiff filed suit* for damages, and for Injunctive Relief; after a hearing, which the defendant did not attend, the court made substantial Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law, support in support of the plaintif'f's motion.
We quote the Order Granting Plaintiff's Motion for Temporary Injunction, entered on July 13, 2022, verbatim:
1. Defendants are hereby enjoined from:
Publishing any defamatory statements on the internet or to any third party (including, but not limited to, Firer’s government partners and business partners) regarding Oleg Firer.
By way of example of the prohibited conduct and to provide guidance to Defendants relative to same, Defendants are precluded from publishing any information suggesting or stating that Oleg Firer (a) is a Russian spy; (b) is acting at the behest of the Russian government; (c) is engaging in espionage; and/or (d) uses his businesses to fund Russia. This list, as noted, merely provides examples of prohibited conduct and is not exhaustive.
2. Defendants, further, shall remove their existing defamatory posts and tweets regarding Firer (some of which are identified herein).
3. This injunction will become effective upon Firer filing a $500 bond with the Clerk. 4. The injunction will remain in place until further order of the Court.
*Research Note: Oleg Firer vs. Everett Stern et al, Case No.: 2022-06100-CA-01( Miami-Dade Cir. Ct.)
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