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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.
(Anniston, Alabama: David Mattingly) The anger in Alabama over excessive fees for lawyers examined; scenes shown from the Anniston, Alabama, site of a class action lawsuit in which Solutia & Monsanto was order to pay 700 hundred million dollars for PCB contamination, but many millions went to the lawyers, led by Johnnie Cochran. [Resident Sylvia CURRY- describes her tiredness.] [Plaintiff attorney Jere BEAZLEY- says the judge decided on the 34 million dollar fee.] [PLAINTIFF - complains.]
- Brown, Aaron;
- Mattingly, David
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