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Sunday, May 13, 2012

Lawsuits as censorship

From Breitbart:
The political director of the Democratic Party of Georgia (DPG) is filing a lawsuit against two bloggers who alerted their readers to his criminal past.  Rashad Richey filed the lawsuit against Andre Walker for alleging that he had been arrested twelve times for crimes such as burglary, driving with revoked license, battery, family violence, obstructing an officer, and violating probation, and against Melanie Goux for posting a letter from Chairman Berlon of the DPG to the State Committee specifically related to a news story being done on Walker’s post.

In addition, Richey named as defendant a former member of the DPG Executive Committee, Jane Bradshaw, who was fired by DPG Chairman Berlon after she said she no longer supported Chairman Berlon to lead the DPG. She had not written anything.
Remember folks....if he has a "D" after his name, you can't mention anything personal.  Then it's an attack.  But if the person has an "R", then it is just alerting the public.

This lesson in double standards is brought to you by the letters "D" and "R" who hope you now understand the difference.

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