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Woman behind French #MeToo fined for defamation

By DW
28 September 2019   |   3:31 pm
Sandra Muller, the French journalist who launched the French version of the #MeToo movement, expressed her dismay over a ruling she called "a message to shut up." Her lawyer said they would appeal the decision.

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