Apr 28, 2016 11:17 AM
MANCHESTER — Someone has vandalized a controversial Mortgage Specialist sign on South Willow Street, according to the Union Leader.
The sign - owned by Michael Gill - accuses Manchester residents of drug dealing and extortion.
Those individuals have filed a defamation suit against Gill.
Gill is known for exploiting politicians and other public figures and making controversial comments about them on his outside electronic billboards.
Real estate developer Dick Anagnost, CEO of AutoFair Andy Crews and New Hampshire businessman William Greiner have all filed a lawsuit accusing Gill and Day of defamation or for making false claims about them on Gill's billboard.
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