How the Bob Dylan Case has hurt me
By Liza O’Brien
The first record I remember buying was Bob Dylan’s Greatest Hits Volume II.
I remember listening to the record over and over, especially ‘Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again’. I had never heard anything like it before.
I’ve been a big fan of Bob Dylan’s music since then. I can’t imagine what it would be like to not have had Dylan’s music to listen to.
I know Bob Dylan’s music has made a difference in many people’s lives.
When I heard about the allegations a couple of weeks ago, I didn’t pay much attention to the story – because I thought it was false.
I thought the story would disappear in a day or two. I was shocked and disappointed to see other news outlets repeating the same story.
I was grateful when Zeus News started reporting details about the accuser and her attorneys. It helped shine some light on possible motives of these people filing a claim 56 years later.
Zeus reporting has provided much insight into the credibility of those filing the claims.
The New York law that allows someone to damage the name of a person over a half century later with a civil case like this seems very unjust for the accused.
I am looking forward to this case being dropped and seeing Bob live again soon.
Do you have a story about Bob Dylan’s impact on your life and how the current chaos is hurting you? Email firstname.lastname@example.org