Philip Morris USA, others win favorable verdict
Philip Morris USA and other major tobacco companies won a favorable verdict Friday in a lawsuit filed by 37 Missouri hospitals seeking more than $455 million for treating sick smokers.
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#1 Apr 30, 2011
The supreme court is filled with clowns
Since: Mar 11
#2 May 6, 2011
"The jury agreed with Philip Morris USA that ordinary cigarettes are not negligently designed or defective," Murray Garnick, Altria Client Services senior vice president and associate general counsel, said in a statement.
What is he talking about? Of course, they aren't!They are sophisticated, ingenious devices designed with a great care to increase addiction and make people puff faster and buy more. Defective? I wish they were.
#3 May 7, 2011
True. It is not negligence, it is criminal intent.
#4 May 7, 2011
Hey, come on! They appointed Bush, didn't they? Oh, yeah. Never mind.
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