|By Raj Giri||June 04, 2012 | Comments|
- The Journal Inquirer reports that they have filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission against WWE. The newspaper claims that WWE violated federal election law by assisting Linda McMahon's campaign by threatening to sue them for criticizing her.
As noted recently, WWE threatened legal action against the managing editor of the newspaper, and demanded a retraction from them for stating that Linda McMahon has funded her Senate campaigns through the "business of violence, pornography and general raunch."
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- Here is the latest episode of "WWE Download" with Dolph Ziggler:
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