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(Boston Globe)   South Florida man files 1.1 Trillion dollar lawsuit against Osama bin Laden   ( divider line
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2001-10-16 03:07:34 PM  
How does he figure he personally deservers a trillion dollars?

by the way the US govt doesn't even spend that much in like 10 years I think.
2001-10-16 03:38:13 PM  
Actually, last year's federal budget was 1.8 trillion
2001-10-16 03:52:15 PM  
I bet it is a cuban who's changed his name to sound "Realistically American" and would take the money
(yeah, he really thinks he's gonna win. OK, sure...) and get Elian Gonzales back to the US with it.....

x---X--The Filthy Sanchez--X---x
2001-10-16 03:54:55 PM  
After reading this story, my opinion of humanity has clicked down yet another notch. Hope the judge hearing the case throws it out and fines these idiots into poverty for filing a frivolous lawsuit.
2001-10-16 05:20:25 PM  
Stick it to the man!
2001-10-16 05:27:32 PM  
No wonder Osama is hiding in a cave pooping himself.

He aint scared of no pussy US military forces . . . but everyone knows that "frivolous" laws suits by Americans can really screw up your day.
2001-10-16 07:16:37 PM  
btw this deserves a

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