malicious slander

Related to malicious slander: malicious gossip, malicious defamation
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malicious slander

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Untold numbers of "conservationists" and "animal rightists" took Ian Gibson's death as an opportunity not to discuss the perceived merits or demerits of sport hunting sanely, but to launch into the unwholesome and malicious slander of a man who was in deed and custom a better conservationist than any of them could ever hope to be, and whose friends and family had to bear on top of everything else.
To fabricate a statement that the Catholic Church chained the Bible so that faithful believers could not have access to it was a malicious slander.
Then it went on the offensive: "The allegations that religious Jews denigrate women or do not respect women in public office is a malicious slander and libel.
Of all the malicious slander that detractors of the Bush administration have piled up, I find the canard that our foreign and domestic policies have earned well-justified anti-American sentiment abroad the most irritating.
David Brooks's dismissal of criticism of neocons as anti-Semitism is a malicious slander.