Thursday, October 12, 2006

Most memorable cases of all time

Lynch v. Rosenthal
396 S.W.2d 272 (Mo.App. 1965)
"Dr. Lytton, a qualified child psychiatrist, was a witness for plaintiff...that there are three classifications of subnormal mentality, to-wit: moron, low moron, and idiot; that plaintiff is a low moron; that the extent of his mental incapacity would be apparent to any normal person who might live around him."

U. S. ex rel. Mayo v. Satan and his Staff
54 F.R.D. 282 (W.D.Pa., 1971)
"[Plaintiff] alleges that Satan has on numerous occasions caused plaintiff misery and unwarranted threats, against the will of plaintiff, that Satan has placed deliberate obstacles in his path and has caused plaintiff's downfall...We question whether plaintiff may obtain personal jurisdiction over the defendant in this judicial district."


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