Brint Ryan Makes Good on His Threat to Sue Fellow Council Candidate Ann Margolin
Ryan has said repeatedly since last week that the lien stemmed from a dispute he had with the IRS over his tax bill, and that almost as soon as it was filed in late January 29, 2008, he took care of the lien -- which is why it was released on February 27, 2008. And on March 10, 2008, he also received a refund check from the IRS in the amount of $353,249.71. Which hasn't stopped Margolin from sending out campaign mailers insisting the tax expert is anything but. Ryan's none too pleased -- and this morning in Dallas County court, he made good on his threat to sue Margolin for, among other things, defamation. Unfair Park has obtained a copy of the 16-page complaint, which also names consultants C.P. Henry and the Coulter Group, and it's in full after the jump.