Fox News filed a letter on Tuesday in Delaware Superior Court confirming who will be available to testify on behalf of the network in Dominion Voting System’s $1.6 billion defamation suit.
The letter listed some of cable news’s top personalities who would be available to testify, including Tucker Carlson, Maria Bartiromo, Sean Hannity, and Jeanine Pirro.
Former Fox host Lou Dobbs, whose interview with 2020 interview with attorney Sidney Powell has been central to Dominion’s allegations, is also on the list.
Top Fox News executives like CEO Suzanne Scott, President Jay Wallace, Executive Vice President of Primetime Programming Meade Cooper, and Executive Producer of Tucker Carlson Tonight Justin Wells were also on the list.
The voting technology company is suing Fox News, alleging the network knowingly aired election lies and conspiracy theories about the 2020 presidential election — falsely implicating Dominion.
“Executives at all levels of Fox — both (Fox News Network) and (Fox Corporation) — knowingly opened Fox’s airwaves to false conspiracy theories about Dominion,” Dominion wrote in a recently unsealed filing. A five-week trial is currently scheduled to begin in mid-April.
(Excerpt) Read more in: Mediaite