Reporter’s claim of tweet-induced seizure survives subpoena challenge

Defendant cannot quash request from internet sites, judge says

A journalist known for his epilepsy and outspoken opposition to Donald Trump can proceed – at least for now -- with his subpoena of internet sites in an effort to get information about a purported defense fund for a Salisbury supporter of the president who allegedly tweeted the reporter a message intending to cause him ...

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