Lawsuit against Coleman donor dismissed
A Texas judge dismissed a lawsuit against one of Norm Coleman's buddies and donors today. Nasser Kazeminy was accused of trying to funnel $75,000 to Coleman's family through his wife's business.
Deep Marine Technology's former chief executive filed the suit, but recent changes in the company means he lacks standing to sue a business associate. Paul McKim is no longer a shareholder in the company.
Coleman was never a party in the suit, but if it was proven that Coleman ever received the money, it could have been a violation of Senate ethics rules when he was a U.S. Senator for Minnesota.
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