The Anti-Defamation League plans to ask a Colorado judge Friday to review an April 28 court decision that found the group liable for defamation and in violation of federal wiretapping laws. A jury awarded damages of $10.5 million to a Colorado couple, saying the ADL had falsely accused them of anti-Semitism. The judge can either dismiss the case, lower the damages or eliminate them altogether. If he rejects the motion, ADL officials say they will appeal the case.
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