In an earlier blog, we discussed a clearly meritless lawsuit by rabid radio take show host Michael Savage, here. A federal judge in San Francisco dismissed the conservative commentator’s lawsuit against Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, for copyright infringement.
Savage sued CAIR when it used parts of his show after he called the Quran a “book of hate.” In true Savage fashion, his lawyers used the lawsuit to rave about the group as being tied to terrorism and not a real civil rights organization.
U.S. District Judge Susan Illston made fast work of the complaint in dismissing it. Undeterred, Savage’s attorney, Daniel Horowitz, says that they will refile. Hopefully, a new filing will allow CAIR to secure Rule 11 sanctions if Savage continues to use the court as an extension of his hateful rants.
In the meantime, Savage’s latest outrage was his attack on kids with autism, here.
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