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Bwoglines: What is the Law? Edition.

Youths these days.

Enough with these damnable miscreants.

A man dies after falling down the stairs at the courthouse on the day of his trial. Can the court get sued now? (NY Times).

Thought the world was done with Charles Manson. (Rolling Stone)

Columbia is getting sued for being too dark and injuring a detective while he was chasing someone on the job. Trivial, yes. (NY Post).

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  • Good For says:

    @Good For Columbia. I want them to lose.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Come to think of it, was Columbia ever taken to court over at least one of the ceiling cave-ins? Because that shit is unacceptable.

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