FRESNO, Calif. -- Super Dieter's Tea here has been vindicated in San Francisco Superior Court, when a jury found that the tea has no design defect and played no role in the death of Mary Jane Porter. Laci Le Beau, the company which makes the tea, has been under fire since 1994, when Christopher Grill, a San Francisco lawyer, claimed the tea played a role in his wife's death. Grill publicly aired his charges and made appearances on many television shows, according to Fred Stine, CEO for Laci ...

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