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Judge dismisses Palin suit against New York Times

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click to enlarge AT ISSUE: Sarah Palin said a map in which her PAC used crosshairs targeted congressional districts, not people, and she'd been defamed by a suggestion to the contrary in a New York Times editorial.. (The red arrow in this image was added to map by Gawker in aftermath of the shooting of U.S. Rep. Gabby Giffords.) The Times apologized and issued a  correction.
  • AT ISSUE: Sarah Palin said a map in which her PAC used crosshairs targeted congressional districts, not people, and she'd been defamed by a suggestion to the contrary in a New York Times editorial.. (The red arrow in this image was added to map by Gawker in aftermath of the shooting of U.S. Rep. Gabby Giffords.) The Times apologized and issued a correction.

A federal judge has tosse
d Sarah Palin's lawsuit against the New York Times over an editorial that drew connections between her and gun violence.

A judge said the editorial contained errors, quickly corrected, but didn't amount to defamation of a public figure.

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