If lawyers representing Shepard Fairey in his copyright fight with The Associated Press do intend to drop him as a client, The AP isn’t going to make it easy for them.

The news organization included that nugget in court papers filed Tuesday on the heels of Fairey’s admission that he inaccurately identified which AP photo served as the genesis of his iconic Obama “Hope” poster — and then destroyed and fabricated evidence to cover up the truth.

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