John Holton (john_holton) wrote,
John Holton

I don't know if you remember the story of the administrative law judge in Washington, DC, who sued a dry cleaner owned by a Korean couple for $67 million (later reduced to $54 million) over a $10.50 alteration in which the couple misplaced (and later found) a pair of pants he had brought in to be tailored.  A judge later dismissed the case, but that didn't prevent the couple from having to close their shop (they do have another, so they're not destitute, but still...). 

Anyway, it seems that the judge has lost his job.

Serves his ass right.

Get this: he's going to the appellate court to have the case reopened.  Good luck with that, assclown.
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