Chimp victim denied $150M state lawsuit

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CRASSUS

Green Bay, WI

#1 Jun 14, 2013
Anyone who gets attacked by a Chimp, should get paid! It's not much different than getting attacked by your neighbors Pit Bull. Because most Chimps are on welfare and live in the government projects, they are basically owned by they government. They government should have to pay the woman. One of their Chimps attacked.

"Charla Nash was mauled in 2009 by a Chimp, which disfigured her face and required a face transplant and other reconstructive surgeries. She was denied permission to sue the state.
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