Write briefly that liability for defamation depends on facts of defamation rather on intention of the defendant to defame.

[Law of Torts] – In order to be defamatory of the plaintiff, the words (or article) must contain something which to the mind of a reader with knowledge of the relevant circumstances, contain defamatory imputations and points to the plaintiff the person defamed. It is, not required that the defamatory statement must have been intended by the defendant to refer to the plaintiff. Liability for libel depends on the fact of defamation and intention of the defamatory is immaterial.