said by fiberguy:If your neighbor was a billionaire, high profile dude that did business based on his image and you bad-mouthed him on the news but he didn't actually do it.... I agree with the court on this one.
It's not the court's place to order an apology.. talk about childish.
If you said your neighbor tore up your yard, you sue them, and at the end of the case the judge disagrees with your case as presented, would you want the court to make you post a public sign in your yard where you're made to say "I'm sorry I sued my neighbor, he did nothing wrong"... It's not the court's place.. it's a civil court case, not criminal.
The court is way out of line...