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Jul 27, 2011

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Jeff Wilfahrt

The real defamation was the expungement of the MN House record by Zellers of the horrific Dean prayer.

One has to ask why isn't Zellers named? That case might be winnable.

Jeff Wilfahrt, Rosemount, MN

Phoenix Woman

Good question, Jeff! One I suspect the defendant's attorneys will be asking, assuming this doesn't get dismissed before making it to a courtroom.

This may well be the most ill-advised lawsuit since Oscar Wilde sued his boyfriend's father. There's this concept called "discovery" that Mr. Dean Smith might want to research, especially if he has anything stinky he might want kept hidden.

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