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March 04, 2011

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Edward Payne

well isn't this special? stan chesley paid kenneth feinberg $10,000 for an "affidavit" related to the fen phen case. So then, Kenneth Feinberg now RECANTS that affidavit. Strikingly similar to this Fannie Mae case, isn't it? Looks like Chesley "forgot" to tell his very own witness the whole truth, so his expert witness walks out on him! Then, Judge Leon has "strong words" for Chesley.
Judge Graham, Trial Commissioner in Kentucky, recently recommended Chesley be PERMANENTLY DISBARRED. Seems Judge Graham didn't like the funny business with Chesley and Feinberg's phony affidavit, and noted Chesley is just a liar.
So what does Chesley do after his Kentucky permanent disbarrment recommendation by Judge Graham? He goes to D.C. and pulls the same crap there in Judge Leon's court!
Well, like the Bible says, a dog returns to his vomit. So, lap it up ol Ches!

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