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The Colter brothers claimed the car dealership fired their sister because of her cancer diagnosis.
Updated Sept. 26, 2012 Two brothers may be forced to pay $1.5 million in damages to Clay Nissan following a campaign to boycott the dealership. A Massachusetts Superior Court Judge ruled last week that Adam and Jonathan Colter libeled and defamed Clay Nissan after accusing the dealership for firing their sister Jill because of her cancer diagnosis, according to a report on CBS Boston. The judge ruled in favor of a pre-judgement attachment involving Clay Nissan, meaning the brothers should set aside the $1.5 million, but will not have to pay the dealership if they win the court case. For most of the summer, the Colters have used social media to spread their campaign to protest Clay Nissan. Various picketing events have been organized at …