In this Tuesday, April 30, 2019 photo, Rashad Khan is shown outside his Indian restaurant in Boulder, Colo. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
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The three men sued last year, generating local news coverage and online pleas to boycott the woman's business, which mirrored the response to racist comments captured on tape or video across the U.S. in recent months.Craig Caldwell began renting the building on a corner lot in 2016 but decided to close his fried chicken restaurant there in late 2017 . Caldwell had to continue paying rent for the five-year lease unless he could find someone to sublease it.Caldwell was sold after checking their financial records, trying the family recipes and seeing both father and son working the counter at their business.But weeks went by without approval of the sublease agreement by the building's owner, Katina Gatchis. Gatchis said in the recording, provided to the Associated Press by Caldwell's attorneys.Khan said his father did not seem surprised by Gatchis' remarks, but he himself was shocked.
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