fox news sued

The family of the man whose suicide Fox News accidentally aired is suing the network.
Smith said in September that the network created a five-second delay when Romero got out of his car with a gun. In a statement
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"Fox News has not received a complaint and therefore cannot comment," a spokesperson said in a statement to The Huffington
The complaint, clocking in at seven pages and signed by the DGA's Executive Director Nathan Daschle, makes some far-reaching