D.C. Court of Appeals Rejects Appeal in $54 Million Pants Case

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With great sadness I must report that the D.C. Court of Appeals has ruled against former judge Roy Pearson, so there will be no new trial on his claim that his dry cleaners lost a pair of his pants.  Pearson had valued this claim at $54 million.

There is hope, however, because Pearson can (and based on his past history, almost certainly will) seek en banc review, and if necessary appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court, the International Court of Human Rights, and/or the High Tribunal of the Galactic Council of Races, if and when that body is created and/or discovered to exist.  (He may have even greater difficulty in that court, however, since he may first have to explain to at least some of them the whole concept of "pants.")

Link: MSNBC.com