It's time to upgrade the stolen-insurance-files affair to a scandal in its own right, with Judge Acker's declaration in his opinion that the Rigsby sisters "copied State Farm documents using a list of Scruggs's clients" and that they and Scruggs operated as "alter egos" of each other -- a picture less evocative of "whistleblowers" than of, say, spies. David Rossmiller explains, and comments "I presume Scruggs can easily pay [the new $65,000 sanctions order] out of his annual receipts of tobacco settlement money".
Rigsby sisters sought out Scruggs-client files
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- Around the web, August 15
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- Documentary "Injustice" on Reelz tonight
- Around the web, February 10
- Around the web, August 2
- Zach Scruggs: "post comments on all Rossmiller's blogs and overtake it with our propaganda"
- On the Scruggs scandals, "Kings of Tort"
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- United States v. Dickie Scruggs
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