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 Gibson's Bakery owner announces cancer diagnosis, says Oberlin College is trying to wait him out (UPDATED/VIDEO)
Dave O’Brien  | The Chronicle-Telegram
Published on Aug. 6, 2019 | Updated Aug. 7, 2019 11:48 a. m.

Gibson’s Bakery co-owner David Gibson is fighting pancreatic cancer, he announced in a video posted Tuesday to the bakery’s Facebook page.

He also said he believes Oberlin College is trying to wait until he and his 91-year-old father are dead as the two sides continue to battle in court in a case that resulted in the largest monetary award for libel in Ohio history.

Doing so wouldn’t absolve the college of having to pay if it loses or exhausts all its appeals, according to an experienced First Amendment attorney who has been following the case.

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http://www.chroniclet.com/cops-and-courts/2019/08/06/Dave-Gibson-announces-cancer-diagnosis-says-Oberlin-College-is-trying-to-wait-him-out.html
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I hope he can get the same cadillac care that Notorious RGB received for her Pancreatic Cancer. 
"The disdain of a small minority should never, absent legitimate grievance, take precedence over the majority."

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There is no “waiting out” here.  If they die, their estates or their heirs receive the judgment and the right to continue prosecuting it, and become entitled to the damages award. 

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Pancreatic cancer is a tough one to beat.
Yearning to stay free takes place in many ways at many different times, whether by withstanding planes or bayonets

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There is no “waiting out” here.  If they die, their estates or their heirs receive the judgment and the right to continue prosecuting it, and become entitled to the damages award.

Yes, but he has been the motivating and driving force behind the effort.
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