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MI GOP Official Sues News Website Over 'Lose Your Home Lose Your Vote' Story

MI GOP Official Sues News Website Over 'Lose Your Home Lose Your Vote' Story

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MI GOP Official Sues News Website Over 'Lose Your Home Lose Your Vote' Story A Republican official in Michigan has filed a defamation suit against an independent news site, over a story in which he is quoted as stating his party plans to challenge voters whose names and addresses appear on foreclosure lists. Just a few days after the article was published, Carabelli back-tracked on his statement, telling the Macomb Daily that the party has "no plans to do anything." Later, he issued a full-throated denial, calling the original article "not true."

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stephley stephley 8 years
And think twice before you say something stupid to a reporter.
Great-Sommelier Great-Sommelier 8 years
If you are going to report the news, report it accurately. Even little websites need to be accurate.
stephley stephley 8 years
I don't believe him, but he knows that many people who hear that he's suing will then assume the story wasn't true - and they won't stick around to see how the case plays out.
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