KSTP's million-dollar mistake

Station loses biggest defamation case in Minnesota history

Sitting in a modest office chair, Anderson says she sued KSTP not in hopes of receiving a big payday, but in pursuit of the truth. Even though KSTP offered her half a million dollars to settle on the eve of the trial, Anderson says, she wanted to present her side of the story.

KSTP reporter Jennifer Griswold (above) accused Susan Anderson (bottom) of causing Cheryl Blaha to attempt suicide
courtesy of the Dakota County court
KSTP reporter Jennifer Griswold (above) accused Susan Anderson (bottom) of causing Cheryl Blaha to attempt suicide
Susan Anderson turned to defamation attorney Pat Tierney for help with KSTP
Mark N. Kartarik
Susan Anderson turned to defamation attorney Pat Tierney for help with KSTP

"I wanted to stand up in open court and get my moment of, 'Listen, this isn't true and you can't just make stuff up for hype and you can't hurt people.'" 

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