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When consumer advocates are at risk, the public is at risk. If we are silenced by the economics of defending a meritless lawsuit, the public will suffer from the dearth of information needed to avoid becoming victims.

            For more information about anti-SLAPP legislation,

                     please visit www.anti-slapp.org .

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Consumer advocate and author of books that exposed fraud in the viatical & life settlements industry, Wolk's primary interest now is preventing wrongful convictions (see www.AccidentalFelon.net/Michaels-story ).

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Protect your right to speak out without being sued... by Gloria Grening Wolk on Monday, Dec 26, 2011 at 10:45:39 AM