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 For Immediate Release
Nov 9, 1999 Contact: Press Office


Washington Post Legal Reporter Publishes Bi-Weekly Column Entitled "Klayman Chronicles"

Defamatory Column Written With Assistance of Clinton Administration

(Washington, D.C.) Today, after a history of publishing a defamatory column entitled "Klayman Chronicles," David Segal, the writer of the column "Washington Hearsay," in the Monday Business Section of The Washington Post was sued for libel and false light, by Larry Klayman.

Klayman had tried to reach a settlement with Segal over his latest column of October 25, 1999, but Segal apparently thought the threat of suit was idle. Based on tacit admissions by Segal himself, his unprecedented "Klayman Chronicles" column is written with the assistance of the Clinton Administration.

"Now, Mr. Segal will have something accurate and factual to write about; a lawsuit over his own libelous conduct," stated Larry Klayman.

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