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Thursday, October 27, 2005
For a while, I thought Matt had the most unbelievable news item for the day... but as it turns out, he got beat pretty handily by this one. A jury in New York has found the Port Authority negligent for the 1993 World Trade Center bombing:
How substantial a factor you ask?
I believe after reading that paragraph, that my head came the closest it's ever come to exploding. How the smoke alarms didn't go off is still a mystery to me. In order to help the rest of you understand where this jury is coming from, I thought I'd share with you other helpful notes about how people in New York City apparently think:
H/T to Ann Althouse on this one... though she seems to only find this mildly amusing from a legal perspective. And people wonder why we're so cynical about the legal system.
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