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Published on September 18, 2014 By Frogboy In Politics

Typical conversation regarding a certain lawsuit goes something like this:

  1. What about <Allegation 1>? They made it up.
  2. What about <Allegation 2>? They made it up.
  3. What about <Allegation 3>? They made it up.
  4. What about <Allegation 4>? They made it up.
  5. Oh come on, you’re saying they made it all up? Yes.
  6. Can you prove they made it up? Yes.
  7. How? Because their own witnesses claimed she did or she directly admitted to doing so during her deposition.
  8. That’s impossible. She’d get in so much trouble.  Yes, that’s why she had to publicly apologize.
    Talk to a lawyer who’s tried cases and ask them what it means if someone got nothing other than
    having to apologize to the accused.
  9. I don’t believe you, she wouldn’t have filed the suit unless it had merit…

And so on. 


Comments
on Sep 18, 2014

"People are clueless"

You could have stopped right there.



on Sep 18, 2014

Island Dog

"People are clueless"

You could have stopped right there.






Or at least simply left out the word 'business'....

...or added to it the prefix...'the'....and after it 'of' ....

 

on Sep 18, 2014

Aaah the famous "no smoke without fire".

 

I guess it's human nature.