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The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has recently come under fire for stamping a group with the “hate” status for allegedly being anti-immigrant, and now the accused group is taking legal action against the organization, per the Washington Times.
DA King, the founder of the Georgia-based Dustin Inman Society, has claimed that SPLC has defamed the group by referring to it as anti-immigrant. While the group does express opposition toward illegal immigration, King has made known that the group supports legal immigration, noting that there are legal immigrants on the board of the organization.
The report stated that SPLC had asked the judge to dismiss King’s defamation case against them, but US Judge W. Keith Watkins has refused to toss it out. The judge said that he would give King the opportunity to form a case against the SPLC.
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