http://www.truecrimereport.com/2011/01/ ... r_cong.php
http://www.truecrimereport.com/2011/01/ ... of_the.phpIn 2008, he was dining in the Longworth House Office Building at a congressional cafeteria. That's when he bit into a sandwich wrap, only to find that a lowly worker had included an unpitted olive in his vegan fare. Kucinich says he cracked a tooth. And he now wants $150,000 from the cafeteria operator and three other companies for serving "dangerous" sandwiches.
Real "Men of the People", huh? :screwy:In 2008, Alesi decided to check out a new home that was still under construction. Finding the front door locked, he went around back and entered through an unlocked door in the basement. The home wasn't finished, so there was only a ladder leading to the second floor. And while Jim Alesi no doubt bills himself as a true American, he's too effete to actually climb a ladder. It seems to dope fell off and seriously injured himself. He waited exactly three years until the statute of limitations expired for them to file trespassing charges. Then he sued DiRiso and the couple who bought the home, claiming both were negligent because "the premises were not reasonably safe."