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  1. cunningstunt added a post in a topic Vic Mignogna   

    Lionel Hutz must have a nonexistent case load with the amount of livestreams and twitter trolling he does, almost like he has no clients. 
    I really hope there is a nice archive of images of him hurling abuse towards the accusers for when Vic loses his case. 
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  2. cunningstunt added a post in a topic Vic Mignogna   

    They would rather believe that, than the historic fact of people within positions of power or standing could be terrible people. 
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  3. cunningstunt added a post in a topic Vic Mignogna   

    Texas labor laws disagree.
    History shows us most high and mid profile cases are spoken about for a long period of time prior to the legal system being brought in. Larry Nassar. Boston catholic sex scandals, Cardinel Pell, Weinstein, Cosby, Garry Glitter, Jimmy Savile. I could continue to list cases, a ton of them have witnesses coming forward 10-40 years later with nothing but testimony. 
    This is just a sample https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Commission_into_Institutional_Responses_to_Child_Sexual_Abuse
    That link should have sources that detail why people take so long to come forward and why ''Why not speak up sooner'' is a fucking stupid stance
    The stance of the cunt above me is why rock spiders like Pell got away with it for so long. 
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  4. cunningstunt added a post in a topic Vic Mignogna   

    Yea Rekieta tweeted about this thread so his followers are here.
    Also be careful that sentence makes it seem like your saying he isn't a lawyer, Lionel Hutz has a habit of being a snowflake and asking people to retract their statements. 
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  5. cunningstunt added a post in a topic Vic Mignogna   

    So it's proof he passed the Bar and is legally allowed to practice, it isn't proof he's a successful lawyer.
    It's a little funny how nobody can find any case history of this reactionary Lionel Hutz or how the facebook page for his lawfirm contains no address for said firm. 
    Also a bit curious how he seems to be involved in defending known sex pests like Hambly and Vic. I assume he's gonna defend Spacey and Weinstein next?
    Dude makes his bank off of clickbait the sooner people stop giving credence to this Lionel Hutz wanna be the better. 
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