Skip to comments.Dan Rather's $70M lawsuit against CBS thrown out (spent $5 million of his own money)
Posted on 09/29/2009 6:29:45 PM PDT by Frantzie
NEW YORK A New York court on Tuesday dismissed Dan Rather's $70 million breach of contract lawsuit against CBS Corp., noting that the network continued to pay the anchor $6 million a year even after he left the evening news broadcast.
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Rather is going to prove Bush went AWOL. LOL! I bet that $5 million in legal bills hurts plus your reputation is toast.
JUSTICE IS SERVED!
Nice white washing.
The documents were PROVEN to be falsified.
“Fake but accurate.”
no....he kept getting paid millions after he left.
You noticed that, too, eh? The MSM/left hive propagandists never give up do they?
What a pathetic loser maroon. A doofus, a jerk and a twerp.
Rather is the epitome of the worst generation of urinalists in the last century, though by contemporary urinalistic standards he is just another pisser in the pissoir that constitutes the current main stream press and associated media.
Who did we want to win?
Great example of LOSER pays...
Right about now Gunga Dan is lost in a bottle of vodka, and can't hear his own frequency through his sobbing.
Hey Dan, I got an idea, call Maureen Dowd, she's been there many times, and you can cry on her shoulder.
He should appeal the dismissal to the state supreme court. That will run him another $2 million. Heh, heh, heh.
Agreed. Dan should really appeal and fight it. He has a good case. LOL!
Rather's lawyer, Martin Gold, said he was "extremely disappointed" in the decision and would appeal it to the Court of Appeals, New York's highest court.
I’m on board. I have an old Adler typewriter for producing evidence to support his case! And a couple of ancient versions of Word!
Ol’Dan’s case is flatter than a pancake on a Texas Waffle House grill.
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