IFAS | Freedom Writer | September/October 2000 | lawsuit.html

IFAS national director wins lawsuit

As reported in our September 1998 Freedom Writer, IFAS National Director Skipp Porteous was sued by Eustace Mullins, a well-known Holocaust denier, for what Mullins claimed was Porteous' involvement in a conspiracy to deny him his First Amendment right to free speech. Mullins sued for $34 million. This past August, after more than two years, the US District Court in Springfield, Massachusetts dismissed the case, finding it to be without merit.

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