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Sang's Lawsuit Generates Controversy
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The $1.8 billion lawsuit filed last week by attorneys for former Chinese gymnast Sang Lan has many asking questions — in the U.S. and in China. Sang, who was paralyzed during an accident at the 1998 Goodwill Games in New York, is suing numerous parties, including the U.S. gymnastics federation, Time Warner and Ted Turner. Most controversial is her suit against the two Chinese Americans who were appointed as her guardians, Xinhua news agency reports. Click here to read more.

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