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Property remains in question

February 10, 2013

NEW CUMBERLAND — The parties in a dispute over a small strip of land between Hancock County Magistrate Court and the law office of Lawrence Manypenny came close to a settlement late last year but to......

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JamesT

Feb-10-13 10:32 PM

From Biblical times to modern times, lawyers have been viewed as greedy quislings manipulating the law to line their slimy pockets.

With all the problems this tri-state has and its severity, we witness hayseed back wood lawyers and local yokel politicians in a kindergarten tirade!

We expect to see this on a re run of "Green Acres" but here in West By Golly Virginny, we amplify the stereotype of country bumpkins. Can we all grow up ?

I know of a few local attorneys of high moral caliper and great judicial ambassadorship. They could give the other 90 percent lessons in professionalism.

The Seven Deadly Sins are at play here from wrath, greed, sloth, pride, lust, envy, and gluttony. We are on Earth for such a short time. Lets leave a positive legacy shall we ! If not, allow eminent domain and simply take the property from the private individual to the governmental entity. Hey, the U.S. Supreme Court endorses such actions. Problem solved!

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IworkinPAnow

Feb-10-13 8:49 AM

really? I would love to know what the real issue is. Compensated for use of a sidewalk? Lawyers against politicians in the sprawling metropolis known as New Scumberland WV why does this surprise me?

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