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3 women say they were led to believe the film mogul Harvey Weinstein’s criminal defense firm wanted to represent them in a lawsuit against the disgraced film producer
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cravalynn Biamont Jun 3
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EXPLOITATION not surprising.
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For a Better World Jun 3
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would allow to turn a molehill into a mountain. They wouldn't need to ask your name, they'd just tick a virtual tickbox in the VR goggles and start the process.
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Tankoholic Matt Jun 3
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cc: @NYCBarAssnNews
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Vesla Jun 3
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Ignore him. Why give him attention?
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dos350 Jun 3
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shoutouts to ~ stay tuned to the for all the latest developments 💋😍👨‍❤️‍💋‍👨💋👩‍❤️‍👩🚫🚫🚫🚨🚨 one commentator was quoted as saying: "hang in there, Big Harvey!" ~ more on this as it develops~ 🚺♀️🚺♀️
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Terry Bull Jun 3
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Report on this murder by USA financed sniper bullets by the ethno facist apartheid state
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iamtheMAGAbot Jun 3
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3 womenful say they werewise led to believe the filmful mogulful harveyful weinstein’sful defenseful firmful wantedwise to represen...
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Big Tweety Pie Jun 3
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I hope that his lawyers will like their new jobs working at McDonald's when they are disbarred for this action.
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afriendlyconversation Jun 3
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While this is interesting may I politely suggest you keep this kind of unrelated spam out of the thread. It really has no purpose here.
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Carol I. Krim Jun 3
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Oh, come on! All he's interested in I'd making them look stupid and try to make them say it was consentual. He want to get his client off.
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Ben Hobbins Jun 3
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Visiting Fellow Jun 3
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This stinks.
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Lawrence Winkler Jun 3
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This story does not describe a gray area of legal ethics. If facts show it, this is calls for permanent disbarment of both attorneys.
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Barker Richardson Jun 4
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Conflicts check anyone?!
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