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TexasObserver Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Feb-24-10 02:47 PM
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81. It all depends on what the evidence shows.
As I have stated numerous times already, any showing by the family of the murdered man that the wife of the murderer had heard him make threats of violence against the IRS would support a claim for negligence against her. Any indication by him that he might have been a risk of violence to anyone that night might justify an action for negligence against the widow.

If you think a state judge in Travis county is going to dismiss this case for failure to state a cause of action, you've never tried a case in the state courts of Travis county.

They do have to get elected, you know.

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