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Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Richard Fruin ruled in favor of the defendant in a free speech lawsuit against the Stronach Group, which owns the horse-racing venue Santa Anita Park. Courthouse News Service reports that Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp represented the Stronach Group against a group of animal rights activists who had tried to protest at the racetrack but were allegedly barred from doing so and assaulted by guards. Fruin said that the plaintiffs, who were protesting the number of horses that had died at Santa Anita, did not have the right to demonstrate on private property.

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