Nitrous oxide lawsuit frivolous

January 9, 2013 

Jason Starn

Jason Starn in photo provided by his lawyer is filing a suit. (Photo courtesy Deborah Barron, Esq., Barron Law Corp.)

UNKNOWN — Deborah Barron, Esq. BARRON LAW

I am pretty disgusted by our court system that would let the lawsuit go through of the guy that went and knowingly used nitrous oxide in a can of Whip-It to get high, then sues the stores that sold him the stuff ("Shops facing lawsuit," Jan. 3, Page A-1).

Maybe alcoholics can now sue Budweiser for the damage to their livers. Or meth users can sue dealers for making them drug addicts! When are these frivolous lawsuits going to stop?



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