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In-bred lawyer joke goes here:

Though a university study linked birth defects to the controversial mining industry practice of mountain top removal, lawyers for the National Mining Association offered a quick, industry-friendly rebuttal:
Since the area covered by the study was in West Virginia, any birth defects could well be explained merely as inbreeding.
A week later, the lawyers thought better and edited out that insinuation.
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Michael Jones, 50, told a magistrate in Westminster, England, that he did not “assault” a police officer when he urinated on him at a railway station a month earlier.
Jones claimed ...

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