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Settlement in Ohio defamation suit

Ohio Retraction for Marinka Peschmann

Marinka Peschmann Defamation Settlement and Retraction Ohio

The United States Supreme Court has stated that there is “no constitutional value in false statements of fact.” Gertz V. Robert Welch, Inc.. 418 U.S. 323,338, 94 S.Ct. 2997,41 L.Ed.2d 789 (1974).

[dropcap]I[/dropcap] am pleased to announce I have settled a defamation lawsuit against James Schifrin, the writer, publisher, and owner, of the Ohio based Whistleblower Newswire Internet news website.

The confidential settlement ends the case I filed on June 1, 2016 in Ohio’s Hamilton County Court, Common Pleas, after I had learned that Mr. Schifrin, a total stranger, had published heinous false statements concerning me where he had relied upon a malignant and desperate third-party source.

“James Schifrin as publisher of the Whistleblower Newswire, published an article in my August 1, 2015 Edition that made certain statements and innuendos about Marinka Peschmann that were false and defamatory.” Mr. Schifrin wrote in part and published on April 19, “Ms. Peschmann has provided to me documentation refuting these statements and I regret that I relied upon information I obtained from a third party online when publishing these things about her. I regret that this occurred. I had no personal factual basis to include these false statements in the August 1, 2015 edition and I fully retract them… I sincerely apologize to Ms. Peschmann for making these false statements.”







The Honorable Robert P. Ruehlman presided.  As I am in ongoing litigation in U.S. Federal District Court in the Western District of Pennsylvania involving individuals and their “news” which reportedly is a part of  inquiries into the alternative media and a FBI threat assessment there will be no further comment from me at this time.


Mr. Schifrin was represented by two seasoned attorneys.

–Marinka Peschmann

Update: I was in court with a known oath-breaker judge to the legal profession in Ohio.

Look — as the Cincinnati Enquirer editorial board wrote in “It’s time to retire Judge Ruehlman,” Cincinnati Enquirer, October 31, 2016:

Ruehlman has been in the news a lot this year, and not in a good way. His rulings have been strongly criticized by two higher courts, and now concerns have arisen about his criticism of alleged rape victims.

The Ohio Supreme Court told Ruehlman to butt out of a case involving disbarred former attorney Stan Chesley, saying the judge “repeatedly acted to shield Chesley and his assets from creditors, despite a patent lack of jurisdiction.” The First District Court of Appeals used such words as “remarkable,” “brazen” and “shaky” in overturning another of his rulings.

It’s time to retire Judge Ruehlman


According to court documents Judge Robert Ruehlman thrusts himself on cases he should not be on ✅, blocks assets to prevent a defendant from paying damages ✅, protects oath/rule breaking attorneys ✅, bullies and demeans women ✅.

Despite all that Judge Ruehlman was re-elected and remained on the bench in a position to do it again like he did in my high-damage defamation per se case. Same and similar misconduct. Different case.

My Ohio libel per se defamation case was related to my other defamation case in Pennsylvania – as I had notified both courts. Evidence from my defamation cases has since been cited in news stories about QAnon and U.S. elections.

Judges and lawyers are duty-bound to report misconduct in ALL cases, in ALL courts, to restore and preserve the integrity of the United States justice system.

There are ethical and unethical judges for sure.

Now that people have seen there is a judicial misconduct problem in the courts, will the oath-breakers in my cases, and other cases, seek redemption and start following their oaths, or will they keep doing what they’ve been doing (oath-breaking +) despite seeing the horrific fallout from judicial misconduct?

Stay tuned and subscribe.

#oathbreaker v #oathfollower

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