The letter “W” is not only a letter in the alphabet.
It’s been a symbol, defining one man since the 2004 presidential elections.
Now, the signature the W’04 bumper sticker is at the center of a copyright lawsuit.
Jerry Gossett of Wichita Falls says he created the blueprint for the popular W’04 sticker for President Bush's campaign.
Gossett also says the Republican National Committee stole his idea he copyrighted in 2001.
The suit doesn't seek specific damages and jury selection for the case begins today.
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