Dumbest of the 20? Actions speak louder...
To be honest, suing Wikimedia (no matter how tantalising the prospect of the wiki crew being held accountable for their foisted tripe) instead of Writers Beware for the libellous accusations that THEY (not wikimedia) allegedly wrote, only lends credence to the statement.
Of course, that's assuming the accusation is even true. I have no love for the wickiphiles, but if wickimedia are outright denying the exsistence of the offending line, then I am pretty confident they have logs to back up their statements.
I would be more inclined to believe Barbara mis-read the article, than Wickimedia neglecting to notice it in the edit logs before standing in a court of law to deny such a statement exsisted. The evidence for intellectual dearth keeps mounting...
Unless her lawyer is Lionel Hutz, then surely he/she should have known about section 230 of the CDA? It doesn't exactly leave any grey areas.
To my mind these actions are either extremely dumb, or a very greedy (and ill thought out) attempt to squease some cash out of another company.
Oh and Barbara, I am describing your actions, not your person, so don't bother setting Lionel on me.