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    Default Idaho Inmates Sue Beer, Wine Companies: Convicts Claim Alcohol Led To Their Crimes

    Brown, who pleaded guilty in 2010 to voluntary manslaughter, filed the suit on Dec. 10, according to the Kansas City Star. The 52-year-old wrote that over the course of his life, he has spent almost 30 years in prison, and that alcohol has "played a major role" in most of the situations that landed him there.
    Idaho Inmates Sue Beer, Wine Companies: Convicts Claim Alcohol Led To Their Crimes


    Jeremy Joseph Brown, 34, is serving a 20-30 year sentence for a 2001 shooting that left his victim seriously injured. In his affidavit, he claims he never would have started drinking had he known alcohol was habit-forming. He was drunk when the shooting occurred, his affidavit states, and if he had not been an alcoholic, it "never would have happened."
    Idaho Inmates Sue Beer, Wine Companies: Convicts Claim Alcohol Led To Their Crimes
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    They should also sue all the idiots in the world for being contagious.
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    Execute the "Lawyer" who took the case!

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    Can the inmates sue themselves for stupid?

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    In my eyes, this is just an extension of "i only killed those people, cause i needed money for crack"
    "he's a crack addict, that makes HIM the Real Victim here, what he needs is rehab, and a new start"

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    Actually, i've thought about it some more, and i think the beer and wine companies should be paying my child support, since in reality it is their fault i'm a daddy...

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    If i wasn't an alcoholic, i would have gone to college, so the beer and wine companies owe me a degree...

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    And they owe me a job, since i only got fired from my last job for being drunk at work...

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    Is there an end to this???!!!

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    what if the beer folks have "friends" in the joint?

    sounds like a 'accident" waiting to happen to me.

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