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Tenn. family seeks $40 billion class action against Flagstaff T-shirt vendor (access required)

The Tennessee parents of a U.S. soldier killed in Iraq are attempting to open a $40 billion class-action lawsuit against Flagstaff T-shirt vendor Dan Frazier. Frazier sells shirts emblazoned with the phrase "Bush Lied, They Died," along with the names of thousands of soldiers killed in Iraq. The latest court filing by Robin and Michael Read ...

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