Fan’s drive to keep Chargers in town rejected by city

Boltman Returns With A New Look

Dan Jauregui, known as the Boltman

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SAN DIEGO — Dan Jauregui, known as “Bolt Man,” says the city should consider hiring a New York-based law firm to sue the Chargers and the NFL.

He presented a demand letter Thursday to City Attorney Jan Goldsmith asking he look into hiring a group of lawyers who specialize in anti-trust law because the team and the NFL are not negotiating in good faith and are violating anti-trust laws.

But the idea has been rejected by Goldsmith because the team has an agreement in place, which states the city cannot sue the Chargers or a third party.

“All we’re asking is that Jon Goldsmith reach out to this law firm that has a reputation for winning cases against NFL,” said Jauregui.

The City Attorney’s Office maintains this is not an option.

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