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After the plaintiff and defendant exchanged several profanity-laced emails, a Texas lawyer has decided to dismiss his $100 million defamation suit against an online critic who allegedly called him a “Nazi” and “white supremacist” in internet postings and caused the attorney to lose his job at a law firm.

John Council

Senior reporter John Council is a native Texan who covers litigation and appellate courts in his home state. Contact him at jcouncil@alm.com. On Twitter: @john_council

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