Can you get sued over a comment you left below an article on a newspaper’s website? Sadly, the answer is “yes,” if you write something an energy company doesn’t like. SG Interests filed a libel lawsuit in district court February 21 against Paonia resident Pete Kolbenschlag over a comment he left on the Glenwood Springs Post Independent’s website about a Nov. 28 article in that newspaper. Kolbenschlag has turned to crowd-funding to raise money for his legal defense. Read about it here.
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