A small Australian news website has challenged media mogul Lachlan Murdoch to sue it over an article linking the family name to the US Capitol attack.
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The opinion piece for Crikey, published in June, does not name Lachlan Murdoch specifically, but he argues it has defamed him.
His lawyers say it contains "false" and "scandalous" allegations Mr Murdoch was involved in criminal conduct.
But Crikey bosses say they stand by the piece as "public interest journalism".
The article, published amid congressional hearings into last year's 6 January riots, was headlined: "Trump is a confirmed unhinged traitor. And Murdoch is his unindicted co-conspirator."
It did not specify anywhere in the article which member or members of the Murdoch family it was referring to, but it mentions Fox News, a subsidiary of Fox Corporation which Lachlan Murdoch heads.
Crikey- which launched in 2000 and employs 10 full-time journalists - says the report only mentions the Murdoch name twice, and is clearly about News Corp boss Rupert Murdoch, not his son.
In an open letter published as an advert in the New York Times and the Canberra Times, Crikey's chiefs say they want to defend the allegations in court.