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Parents of dead soldier sue Flagstaff T-shirt distributor (access required)

The parents of a U.S. soldier killed in Iraq have filed a federal lawsuit in Tennessee seeking $10 million from Flagstaff merchant Dan Frazier over his refusal to remove their son's name from T-shirts sold on his company's Web site.  Sgt. Brandon Read, 21, was killed by a roadside bomb while serving in the Army's 125th Transportation Company in September 2004. Three years later, ...

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