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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Anne Bremner
Private investigators with cadaver dogs will search a former home of Susan Powell's father-in-law, an attorney for the long-missing woman's family said Tuesday.
A judge has thrown out true-crime author Ann Rule's defamation lawsuit against a weekly Seattle newspaper, finding that an article accusing her of "sloppy storytelling" constitutes protected free speech.
Bremner won a $2 million judgment on behalf of the girls, and if Steve Powell received the money through court proceedings it would be easier to track it and obtain it for them, she said.
The Cox family's lawyer, Anne Bremner, said Monday she remains unconvinced that Steven Powell has really waived any claims to the insurance money.