Thursday, May 3, 2007

Judge: Cleaner owes me $65 million for my pants


Jin Nam Chung and Ki Chung, taken to the cleaners
Frivolous lawsuit over a lost pair of pants? Read on. And then please consider making a donation to www.customcleanersdefensefund.com to aid their defense.
WASHINGTON - The Chungs, immigrants from South Korea, realized their American dream when they opened their dry-cleaning business seven years ago in the nation's capital.
For the past two years, however, they've been dealing with the nightmare of litigation: a $65 million lawsuit over a pair of missing pants. But a patron of the cleaners, Washington Judge Roy Pearson, has turned a $10 dry cleaning bill for a pair of trousers into a $67 million civil lawsuit.
Click link below to read about the elaborate computational formula he uses for justifying this outrageous claim
-2Truthy

3 comments:

chimparama said...

Good thing they weren't Alito's pants or Gitmo for the couple.

Anonymous said...

Their attorney ought to have a good time (and outcome) with this one.

Anonymous said...

These poor people! I just donated.