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Why Am I Not Surprised?

From the New London Day, Parents Say Anti-Nuclear Group Exploited The Death Of Their Child.

Just the usual tactics of disbarred Connecticut attorney Nancy Burton. Despicable.

Comments

Pamela said…
Wow. Surely there are facts left out of that article, that the coalition couldn't be that flat out deceptive. Where did they get the baby's name from? What would possess them the outright lie about the cause of death?
Stephen said…
I live in Connecticut and I would like to think I'm somewhat responsible for this group no longer having public rallies (I crashed a couple and asked some questions about their science. It didn't go over well).

I have a blog which has a post on this issue here: http://depletedcranium.com/?p=291

Also another here:

http://depletedcranium.com/?p=282

I don't mean to be self-promoting but I've locked horns with this...lady before. She's rather nutty and very self-serving. She has called herself a civil rights crusader. She was disbarred after some very messy incidents when she filed some very very dubious lawsuits including one for sexual harassment by a dog. Yes, I kid you not. It was even in "News of the Weird"

She was disbarred, censured and has had several decisions against her by the judicial grevence boards of the state.

Honestly, if you look into the background it's amazing how much attention this woman has gotten considering what a complete looney she is.
Kelly L Taylor said…
Remarkable restraint, Lisa. Well done.

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