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Lindell v. Dominion / Smartmatic
Michael J. Lindell v. U.S. Dominion, Inc., et al. claims that defendants U.S. Dominion, Inc., Dominion Voting Systems, Inc., Dominion Voting Systems Corporation, Smartmatic USA Corp., Smartmatic International Holding B.V., and SGO Corporation Limited have weaponized the litigation process.
There are three lawsuits running in parallel between Lindell and Dominion. Our reporting has focused on Lindell v. Dominion, resulting in coverage of the themes common among all of them. But there are differences. The below includes summaries of each and links to the dockets on CourtListener.
Dominion v. My Pillow & Lindell (Washington DC)
Dominion sued My Pillow & Lindell in D.C. for defamation and deceptive trade practices, saying Lindell’s public statements are libelous and slanderous and that they are designed to sell pillows.
My Pillow v. Dominion (Minnesota)
My Pillow sued Dominion specifically, claiming first and fourth amendment violations and that Dominion is interfering with business through intimidation and a weaponization of the legal process (“lawfare”).
Lindell v. Dominion et al. (Minnesota)
Lindell sued Dominion and Smartmatic et al., claiming he is entitled to recovery under the first and fourth amendment, abuse of process, civil conspiracy, and violations under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO).
Check out the links below where you can find UDC reporting on Lindell v. Dominion / Smartmatic in one spot.
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