October 16, 2005, 03:23 PM
Who are they and what have they done? Reason I ask is that they seem to be around for the sole purpose of supplying data for those intent on suing firearms manufactures. Have they ever represented pro gun type organizations? It seems that they might merely be hired experts that will got up on the stand and tell a jury anything their client wants them to.
October 16, 2005, 09:36 PM
Our legal system is corrupt. Lawyers are corrupt. They play games with the truth and peoples lives. It is not about Justice it is about money. I have had patients tell me the strangest things. What you ask. Well I dread everytime a patient comes to see me who has been in an auto accident. They keep coming back every two weeks. The second time I ask them why. Well their lawyers tells them to. The more office visits, tests done etc the better their settlement will be. An amazing thing happens that neck pain and their visits to me stop suddenly after they have settled. A miracle cure has happend. I have patients that show up for complaints of this and that. I ask them what made them decided toaday was the day to be seen for the back pain etc that has been with them for years. Why my lawyer told me to go to a doctor and once I get so and so much medical bills I owe it will help me get on SS disability. Now lets not forget that lawyers have large conventions just like other trades and professionals And guess what they have special talks or classes on how to sue so and so for this and that. Suing gun manufactures in just a speciality of suing that they are trying out. Kinda like a new dermabrasion machine in a doctors office can bring in such and such money to a practice if you get one now while the getting in hot. :fire:
October 16, 2005, 11:30 PM
Official website (http://www.crimegunsolutions.com/home.htm)
Info via the blog The War On Guns (http://waronguns.blogspot.com/2005/05/crime-gun-solutions-who-these-guys-are.html)
October 17, 2005, 01:51 AM
Their "experts" appear to be a cabal of former ATF jackboot-wearers and one NRA turncoat.