Rick Santorum is Being Sued

Five young women are the plaintiffs. Rick Santorum and his handlers are the defendents. Delaware is the place.

Five women who were barred from the Talleyville Barnes & Noble last summer after expressing opposing views to U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum, filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday in U.S. District Court.

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Commentary By: Steven Reynolds

Five young women are the plaintiffs. Rick Santorum and his handlers are the defendents. Delaware is the place.

Five women who were barred from the Talleyville Barnes & Noble last summer after expressing opposing views to U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum, filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday in U.S. District Court.

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The suit states the womenï–¿–½s right to free speech and free assembly were violated by an unknown member of Santorumï–¿–½s promotional team and Delaware State Police Sgt. Mark DiJiacomo, who was hired for the occasion through a private security service.

The suit also states the women were denied access to a government official because of their political views.

Will Bunch has the whole scoop and the history, which we wrote about at the time as well.

Edit 8:10 am by SpinDentist: The Philadelphia Inquirer has a more extensive article on the issue this morning.

Wednesday, May 31st, 2006 by Richard Blair |
Category: Politics - Pa.

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