What’s interesting in all this is that he appears to have really liked The Carter. When I spoke with people close to the case in 2009, they told me he screened it regularly on his bus and burned copies for friends. The director, Adam Bhala Lough, said that he shot only what Carter wanted him to shoot. “He’d invite us to film a show in Atlanta, or inside his hotel room in Amsterdam,” Lough said in 2009. “He’d ask us not to shoot certain things, and we complied. So to be told it was slanderous? I thought they’d made a mistake.”(1)
Sheldon Adelson's libel suit against one Dem group 'very unlikely to succeed,' even after the DCCC caved
"I think the suit is very unlikely to succeed," said David Anderson, a professor at the University of Texas Law School. "Adelson is clearly a public figure, so he would have to show that the Council published this knowing that it was false."