Birthers Hold Press Conference to Announce Suit Against 'Esquire'

Magazine 'will pay dearly,' lawyer says


WASHINGTON—“Birther” proponents continued to bang the drum against President Barack Obama Wednesday at the National Press Club in D.C. as they unveiled a $30 million defamation lawsuit against Esquire magazine over an article that said they’d abandoned their cause and backed away from a book supporting their theory.

“This was a serious mistake by Mark Warren [the author of the article] and Esquire for which they will pay dearly,” said Larry Klayman, the lawyer for the plaintiffs in the case.

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