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Dec 31 2012

Looters Arrive in Newtown

All manner of creatures specialize in exploiting tragedy. Even after corpses have been pecked by vultures and gnawed by hyenas, insects burrow, chew, and grow fat.

Attorney Irving Pinsky is seeking $100 million in damages on behalf of his client, a survivor of the [Sandy Hook] shooting identified only as Jill Doe.

The girl was at the elementary school during the attack and heard everything including gunfire, screaming and conversations over the intercom, Pinsky wrote in his Thursday letter to the state claims commissioner.

He said the State Board of Education, Connecticut Department of Education and State Commissioner of Education failed to protect his client from “foreseeable harm” by not providing a safe setting, failing to determine whether the local Newtown Board of Education had provided a safe setting, and failing to require the school and the local board to make an emergency response plan.

To make room for their greed, trials lawyers throw every trace of shame overboard. You can expect further opportunistic looting to follow.

Pinsky: Down below the vultures and hyenas.

On a tip from Wiggins.

19 Responses to “Looters Arrive in Newtown”

  1. justme says:

    The 9-11 Lottery winning guaranteed that this would happen.

    Will the survivors of Pearl Harbor be able to sue the FDR Administration for ignoring intelligence of an impending attack? Or the Britains who survived the Blitz be able to sue the Queen for not having made the city fireproof?

  2. Jim says:

    I’m not a fan of lawyers, but if this SOB can put the fear of God, or at least getting your ass sued to the max, for not providing security in schools, then let him go at it. After it’s over, the lawyer can rot in hell.

  3. John Lewis says:

    Oh I don’t know. It seems that some private schools do provide armed guards, and it has been suggested by responsible people that public schools should do the same.
    This just might be the trigger.

    I don’t disagree that the lawyer is vermin; let us hope useful vermin in this case.

  4. Laurie says:

    “…heard everything including gunfire, screaming and conversations over the intercom”

    Y’know, if some law-abiding citizen (or an armed security guard) had a weapon and had shot Lanza as he was forcing his way into the school, this poor suffering kid would never have heard the “gunfire, screaming, and conversations”.

    But wait….then the libs couldn’t sue. Well, they can’t have that! So let the bloodshed begin, right libs?

  5. Sam Adams says:

    Hint to vermin lawyer:

    A “safe setting” does not exist. There is no such thing as a “safe setting.” Prisons are probably as safe as humanly possible to make any setting…yet they are not safe.

    Now if vermin lawyer were to argue that the state denied teachers, administrators, and parents the means to defend themselves and those whom they had responsibility for, he could make that case without breaking a sweat.

  6. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    It appears he is also one of the Occutard lwyers
    Pinsky has also faced disciplinary action in his legal career. He had his license suspended in 2003 and was reprimanded in 1989.

  7. Columba says:

    Of course, he wouldn’t have a “client” if this “Jill Doe” hadn’t agreed to retain him — or even sought him out. Verminhood isn’t confined to the legal profession.

  8. Alphamail says:

    “Jill Doe” is probably an advertising ploy.

    Now this leech has managed to get his name in the news as the head shyster, some of the victim’s parents may actually step forward and take him up on his offer to financially assuage his…I mean their…pain.

    Moral decay…..ethical devaluation? What moral decay?

  9. Zim says:

    $100 million? I hope they sue the person who would not allow school officials to carry guns

  10. Kenny says:

    …and America moves on

  11. Ummah Gummah says:


    Wait a minute.. the parents who have kids in the Tuckahoe School in Southampton want to sue to get the police further away from the premises and here they one of them sues because the police was too far away?



  12. Ummah Gummah says:


    From now on every school will make the parents sign waivers and whatever documents they need to protect themselves against these vultures.

    Maybe someone should publish this lawyer’s address.. if they can do it to law-abiding gun owners.. someone should do it to the lowest piece of dog shit in the Nation.


  13. Jeanettesca says:

    So disgusting. It used to be that people would come together during a tragedy and help one another and try to prevent it from happening again. Now they try to profit from it. What has happened to our country?

  14. christopher swift (@wyatt99) says:

    You’re aware the kid doesn’t have to sue? And that she can tell pinsky to go away? Why doesn’t she? Never quite understand why people think lawyers sue people – they don’t, clients sue people.

  15. Eoin says:

    This is exactly where the conversation needs to go, and the trial lawyer parasites have a point here:

    The school DID NOT provide a safe setting or take steps necessary within reason to ensure a safe environment for the children under their charge.

    That’s called liability, and it’s about time a leftist establishment such as a school feel the sting of progressivism.

  16. Alphamail says:

    The school did everything to ensure a safe environment for their kids.

    They were a school!

    Who in the world would have ever believed schools would need to be fortified?

    We are frogs being boiled by a slow increase in heat.

    The school should then be held liable when they surround the building with a moat, install turrets with armed guards, and strip search every person entering – including the kids – and then someone drops a hand grenade from a hot air balloon.

    Yes it’s liability, but it shouldn’t be liability.

    It’s insanity, but it shouldn’t be insanity.

    Giving them the sting of progressivism is simply another form of progressivism, and is a slow mutation into them!

    I’m not going there! I refuse to play this all out as a political game – with it’s language of political correctness.

    The best marketing strategies in the world can’t beat word-of-mouth advertising.

    The only solution as an American is to talk the talk and walk the walk, and make these liberals backpedal.

    2013 baby……a strong defense is the best offense!

  17. Jester says:

    the State Board of Education, Connecticut Department of Education and State Commissioner of Education failed to protect his client from “foreseeable harm” by not providing a safe setting

    Agreed. Why weren’t all teachers in that school armed and trained? Why weren’t there armed guards and metal detectors posted at each outer door?

    Why? Because those things would have solved the problem.

  18. Eoin says:


    They did everything to ensure a safe environment, huh? Locking the doors and hoping nobody tries to break in is “everything” in school security, huh?

    There was a 27 year old barely-out-of-college GIRL who charged this guy and tried to stop this lunatic. I”m of the opinion that armed security and/or armed teachers and staff would have stood a far better chance at taking cover and firing from a defensive posture.

    I carry a firearm with me every day. Why, you ask? Because I have made a conscious CHOICE that if and when trouble finds me, I will not be at the mercy of a criminal’s charity. I will draw, acquire sight picture and sight alignment, fire, and repeat as necessary.

    It’s insanity that schools don’t take a pragmatic approach to safety. People like you need to read US Army LtCol Grossman’s take on school safety versus school fire. The enemy is denial. You are in a state of denial if you feel schools should have no armed personel in them. Never call an unarmed security guard “security.” You can call him “run-like-hell-when-the-guy-with-the-gun-shows-up.”

    It’s about time schools be held responsible for recklessly maintaining an indefensible posture. No, that doesn’t mean fortifying the structure with moats and drawbridges, you dimwit. It means having weapons in capable hands so that if and when a lunatic shows up, resistance may be rendered in a reasonable fashion.

  19. Son of Taz says:

    If the state and local cities and towns had spent a fraction of the lawsuit money on security improvements, training school personnel to handle firearms and employing armed security, this would be a non-story.

    How the hell do so many idiots keep getting elected?
    Yes, I know……

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