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US Style of Cause - Mob? What Mob?

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US Style of Cause - Mob? What Mob?

Postby NC » Thu Aug 20, 2009 9:10 am

This is too funny. I was researching some US law things and laughed my jammies off when I saw this one. This is an actual style of cause in a US Court - check out some of the names.
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, warehousemen and Helpers of America, Afl-cio, the Commission of La Cosa Nostra, Anthony Salerno, Also Known As Fat Tony, matthew Ianniello, Also Known As Matty the Horse, Nunzioprovenzano, Also Known As Nunzi Pro, Anthony Corallo, Alsoknown As Tony Ducks, Salvatore Santoro, Also Known As Tommix, Christopher Furnari, Sr., Also Known As Christie Tick,frank Manzo, Carmine Persico, Also Known As Junior, Alsoknown As the Snake, Gennaro Langella, Also Known As Gerrylang, Philip Rastelli, Also Known As Rusty, Nicholas marangello, Also Known As Nicky Glasses, Joseph Massino,also Known As Joey Messina, Anthony Ficarotta, Also Known Asfiggy, Eugene Boffa, Sr., Francis Sheeran, Milton Rockman,also Known As Maishe, John Tronolone, Also Known As Peanuts, joseph John Aiuppa, Also Known As Joey O'brien, Also Knownas Joe Doves, Also Known As Joey Aiuppa, John Phillipcerone, Also Known As Jackie the Lackie, Also Known Asjackie Cerone, Joseph Lombardo, Also Known As Joey Theclown, Angelo Lapietra, Also Known As the Nutcracker, Frankbalistrieri, Also Known As Mr. B, Carl Angelo Deluna, Alsoknown As Toughy, Carl Civella, Also Known As Corky, Anthony thomas Civella, Also Known As Tony Ripe, General Executive board, International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, warehousemen and Helpers of America, Jackie Presser, General president, Weldon Mathis, General Secretary-treasurer,joseph Trerotola, Also Known As Joe T, First Vice President,robert Holmes, Sr., Second Vice President, William J. mccarthy, Third Vice President, Joseph W. Morgan, Fourthvice President, Edward M. Lawson, Fifth Vice President, arnold Weinmeister, Sixth Vice President, John H. Cleveland,seventh Vice President, Maurice R. Schurr, Eighth Vice president, Donald Peters, Ninth Vice President, Walter J.shea, Tenth Vice President, Harold Friedman, Eleventh Vice president, Jack D. Cox, Twelfth Vice President, Don L. West, thirteenth Vice President, Michael J. Riley, Fourteenth Vice president, Theodore Cozza, Fifteenth Vice President, Daniel ligurotis, Sixteenth Vice President, and Salvatore provenzano, Also Known As Sammy Pro, Former Vice President, Defendants,yellow Freight Systems, Inc., Appellant
Here's a link to the case, and by the way, this case was from 1992, not 1950.

http://cases.justia.com/us-court-of-app ... 98/287236/

Find - Desiderata - read it

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