Revenge of the Orphans

Jerry Lewis fends off attacks from the disabled folks he has tried to serve

"WHY WASN'T I A TERRIBLE MAN WHEN WE BROUGHT them the wheelchairs that are getting them around?" asked Jerry Lewis on ABC's Prime Time Live -- a remarkably bitter const the cigarette industry. And for five years those companies have been trying to remove Sarokin from those cases. Last week they succeeded. In what it termed a "most agonizing" decision, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals found that Sarokin appeared biased against the cigarette industry. The court cited a February opinion in which Sarokin said that "despite some rising pretenders, the tobacco industry may be the king of concealment and disinformation."


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