For all their differences, Magnus Granath and Dr. Craig Wright had more in common than perhaps they realized: neither wanted to be publicly associated with the activities that were being discussed in court.
After a relatively pedestrian opening couple of days for the Granath v Wright trial, both the plaintiff (Magnus Granath) and defendant (Dr. Craig Wright) took the stand in a revealing third day in Oslo.
On Day 2 of Granath vs. Wright in Norway, CoinGeek’s Kurt Wuckert Jr once again went on a live stream edition to keep us abreast of what’s happening inside the Oslo courtroom.
Following a full day of argument from Magnus Granath’s lawyers, Day 2 of Granath v Wright saw Dr. Craig Wright’s attorney make his opening statements to the Oslo District Court, presenting the core of the defendant’s case.
September 12 was Day 1 of the Granath vs. Wright trial in Norway. CoinGeek’s Kurt Wuckert Jr. was in Oslo, and, as with previous trials, he’s doing a daily roundup after court ends.
The trial in Granath v Wright has begun in Norway, as Magnus ‘Hodlonaut’ Granath attempts to convince the Oslo District Court that his Twitter rampage against Dr. Craig Wright did not amount to unlawful defamation.
On September 12, the Granath v Wright trial begins in Oslo, where Twitter troll Magnus Granath will try to convince the court that his targeted social media campaign against Dr. Craig Wright was lawful and not defamatory.
Given Dr. Craig Wright’s success in the English courts, what can the outcome in Wright v McCormack tell us about how next month’s Granath v Wright trial will go down?