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Video Update on Michael Savage Suing CAIR

By Dave Giza     Jan 16, 2008 in Politics
This is a video update on Michael Savage's copyright infringement lawsuit against CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations. Savage originally filed the suit on November 30, 2007.
Vitrolic conservative radio talk show host Michael Savage filed suit in California on November 30, 2007 against CAIR. CAIR stands for the Council on American-Islamic Relations. The basis of the suit is for copyright infringement. Savage claims that CAIR is using a four-minute clip of one of his shows to use for fundraising purposes. Go to podcast.
CAIR, along with its sister organization, Hate Hurts America Community & Interfaith Coalition, have teamed up together urging advertisers to pull their commercial spots from Savage's syndicated radio broadcasts. ''The group cites OfficeMax, JCPenney, AutoZone, and Wal-Mart as advertisers who have ended their association with the show.''
According to Savage's lawsuit, the copyrighted material is on CAIR's website and is being used for political purposes rather than civil rights purposes. CAIR considers itself a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and civil rights advocacy group.
The video clip is from a Fox News TV show called Katy's Court which discusses the lawsuit with two guests:
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