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The public court battle between Amber Heard and ex-husband Johnny Depp is taking off on social media with memes and videos taking aim mostly at Heard. NBC News’ Kalhan Rosenblatt reports on how the "memeification" of the trial is reopening wounds for domestic violence survivors.