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The $67 Million pair of pants.

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  1. May 3, 2007 #1 of 13
    Richard King

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    http://abcnews.go.com/TheLaw/story?id=3119381&page=1

    Ah, yes, the American judicial system gone nuts, again.
     
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    James Long

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    Judicial abuse. :(
    Perhaps this "judge" can be prosecuted under the hate crimes bill for attacking a Korean dry cleaner.
     
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    Earl Bonovich

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    I saw this last night on the news...

    Un freaking real... by wife read in another article... that the Chung family offered him $3k, then $12k... but he refused them.

    I truelly hope that when a real judge sees this case, he yankes the idiots license or what ever can be done... and awards the Chung family $67 Million because they where a victim of a moron.

    And the fact the guy wants $15k so he can LEASE a car, to drive to another cleaners....
     
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    tomcrown1

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    Our justice system in action the best money can buy!!!!
     
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    James Long

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    If he isn't reappointed he can add "job loss" to his complaint and sue for more.

    Vanity of vanities ... he wanted to look nice. Perhaps he should have just lost the weight so he would have fit into his pants in the first place? On second thought, don't judges wear robes? Why is he worried about pants?
     
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    Richard King

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    My brother is a judge. The robe covers anything that he wears. NO ONE other than he, himself, would have known what he was wearing under the robe (other than maybe his shoes). This guy is a sociopath who, because of the attitude of the DC government, won't even get his hand slapped for this abuse.
     
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    JM Anthony

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    That judge is a moron. Too bad voters typically have very short memories.

    John
     
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    Richard King

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    He's from the same town that returned Marion Berry. The voters there are so stupid there would be no hope of his ever being VOTED out. The other problem is that he is in an appointed position and, the rumor from another site is that he was just reappointed for a 10 year term 2 days ago!! I have been unable to confirm this yet though.
     
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    Thrown out. It should have been done LONG ago, before the poor dry cleaner had to spend a fortune defending himself.
     
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    Too bad the ruling didn't include an order for this idiot "judge" plaintiff
    to reimburse the defendant's legal expenses.
     
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    He did.

    Dry Cleaner Wins
     
  13. Richard King

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    Great News!!!!
     
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