Judicial Watch v. Judicial Watch

Judicial Watch v. Judicial Watch

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April 28 2006 11:53 AM

Judicial Watch v. Judicial Watch

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Here Klayman is alleging that Judicial Watch wanted to dissassociate itself from him. But elsewhere in the complaint (p. 12, para. 44) Klayman gripes that they left his name on the stationery.
Another possible explanation for why cable news shows lost interest in on-air interviews with Klayman may be that in Florida's Republican Senate primary, Klayman received 1.1 percent of the vote.
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