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August 10, 2011

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Andros Pelecanos

"funds amounting to less than one-tenth of one-percent of what plaintiffs are entitled to"

My math could be hazy and someone correct me if I'm wrong but that's 0.1% of what the plaintiffs are entitled to.

And if that's the case then the full asking sum must be $610m and not $591m.

Either my math is hazy or 19 million dollars are missing. Chump change I know :P

My best guess is that 19 million is part of the years long accumulated court and attorney fees.

Or perhaps I'm looking too much into this and the writer of the article meant instead of saying "one-tenth of one-percent" they wrote "0.10321489001692047" which in all fairness is close enough to the original quote.

Bah gotta get back to work now!

S

Seems like an awkward way to collect money. "Oh, you owe that guy money, well, he owes us some so we'll just take that. Wait, you say that doesn't help you out with your debt, oh well not our problem." So can Sprint sue the plaintiff when they get summons for Iranian court, or just give the summons over to the plaintiff and say "here, you deal with this."

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