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Dec 07, 2013

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You would think that Klayman would have learned a long time ago that constantly refiling dismissed lawsuits is not how one goes about keeping people from talking about things like this:

From http://www.twincities.com/business/ci_22867359/florida-based-lawyer-sues-city-pages-defamation

"The City Pages story, which ran Sept. 28 last year, said an appeals court in Ohio had ordered Klayman to pay his ex-wife $325,000 in attorney's fees, and that the order noted a lower court magistrate had heard evidence of sexual abuse from his children's pediatrician, who reported it to children's services, and from a social worker at that agency.

"The story said the social worker's findings were changed to 'unsubstantiated,' but the magistrate found that Klayman acted in a 'grossly inappropriate manner' with one of his children, although his conduct may not have been sexual...."

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