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  • 'This is not a newspaper; this is an online rag sheet': Reactions to Cal Coast News losing libel lawsuit

    Plaintiff Charles Tenborg and his lawyer, James Wagstaffe, discuss their defamation case against Cal Coast News on Thursday, March 16, 2017. A jury found Cal Coast News libels a Tenborg, a former Arroyo Grande hazardous waste contractor, when they accused him of illegal activity in a 2012 article.

Plaintiff Charles Tenborg and his lawyer, James Wagstaffe, discuss their defamation case against Cal Coast News on Thursday, March 16, 2017. A jury found Cal Coast News libels a Tenborg, a former Arroyo Grande hazardous waste contractor, when they accused him of illegal activity in a 2012 article. Matt Fountain The Tribune
Plaintiff Charles Tenborg and his lawyer, James Wagstaffe, discuss their defamation case against Cal Coast News on Thursday, March 16, 2017. A jury found Cal Coast News libels a Tenborg, a former Arroyo Grande hazardous waste contractor, when they accused him of illegal activity in a 2012 article. Matt Fountain The Tribune

Cal Coast News writers lose libel verdict, ordered to pay $1.1 million in damages

March 16, 2017 12:54 PM