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November 01, 2005


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Jeanelle R Lust

You know RICO jurisprudence seems to be bi-polar. If a criminal case is brought against someone under RICO the court's bend over backwards to make the elements work to convict someone. However, if someone sues under RICO seeking treble damages for equally troubling conduct, the courts seem to bend over backwards to make sure the defendant doesn't have to pay. Shouldn't our justice system value someone's liberty more than someone's pocket book.

Jeanelle R. Lust

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