SUING

Minnesota Man Claims He was Removed from Train for Being Black

The incident occurred on May 29, 2019.

MINNEAPOLIS–A Mahnomen, Minn. man is suing Amtrak, claiming he was kicked off a train for being black. The incident occurred on May 29, 2019. Court documents say Xavier Edison was traveling from Detroit Lakes to the Twin Cities when he moved seats to get away from a passenger who smelled of alcohol. Edison says he was ordered by the conductor…

West Fargo Parents Sue after Daughter Sickened in Sisseton Pool

The lawsuit claims at least four other children were sickened as well.

SISSETON, S.D.–Two North Dakota parents are suing the City of Sisseton and others, claiming their young daughter got sick after swimming in the local pool and suffered permanent kidney damage. A federal lawsuit filed by Christopher and Katie Cameron of West Fargo says the 8-year-old girl was diagnosed with E.coli at the Sanford Fargo Medical Center a few days after…

New Jersey Company Sues North Dakota Over Anti-Spoofing Law

North Dakota enforced a law making it a crime to use false caller ID information in August.

BISMARCK, N.D. – A New Jersey company that sells caller identification spoofing services is suing North Dakota over its new law which makes it a crime to use false caller ID information with intent to defraud or mislead. SpoofCard LLC says the law is unconstitutional and that federal law takes precedence. SpoofCard and CEO Amanda Pietrocola are asking a federal…

Ex-Devils Lake Officer Sues City for Wrongful Termination

Potts was fired in February, and sued the city earlier this month.

DEVILS LAKE, N.D.–A former Devils Lake police officer who was fired after he killed an unarmed man during an arrest is suing the city and the police department for wrongful termination. Prosecutors declined to charge Brandon Potts for the July 2018 killing of Daniel Fuller. Investigators said the 26-year-old Fuller died after Potts’ gun went off during a struggle. Potts…

Minnesota Suing CenturyLink for Allegedly Overbilling Customers

Attorney General Lori Swanson filed the lawsuit in Anoka County District Court

  MINNESOTA — Minnesota is suing CenturyLink for allegedly over billing customers after quoting lower rates. Attorney General Lori Swanson filed the lawsuit in Anoka County District Court. It argues that the Louisiana-based company has frequently charged people higher monthly rates for internet and cable than they were quoted and refused to honor the lower price. A company spokesman said…

Former Person of Interest in Wetterling Case Suing for Damages

He was publicly named as a person of interest in 2010 after his central Minnesota farm was searched by authorities

  STEARNS COUNTY — A Minnesota man who was wrongly named as a person of interest in the abduction of Jacob Wetterling is now suing. Dan Rassier and his mother, Rita, are seeking over $2 million in damages. He was publicly named as a person of interest in 2010 after his central Minnesota farm was searched by authorities. Rassier maintained…