Judge closes Brown hearing

Thursday, March 26, 2009 10:18 AM
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AIKEN - Lawyers for a trustee in the James Brown estate requested a closed court session this morning.

Lawyers said that information discussed would involve sensitive matters of the late singer's estate. Judge Jack Early ordered anyone who was not a party to the settlement, a trustee or an attorney to leave the courtroom.

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APiratesLife4Me
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APiratesLife4Me 03/26/09 - 12:59 pm
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Of course they want it

Of course they want it closed. The public might figure out where the money is disappearing to.

themaninthemirror
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themaninthemirror 03/26/09 - 02:16 pm
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Why doesn't the family have

Why doesn't the family have any say so inall this? It sounds like they are puppets being jerked around by ambulance chasers.

Jim-bob
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Jim-bob 03/26/09 - 02:26 pm
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Because Mr. Browns will left

Because Mr. Browns will left very little to the family. His children, including those who have DNA tested to be his children, want it changed.

Does_it_really_matter
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Does_it_really_matter 03/26/09 - 04:24 pm
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Sensitive matters? What's

Sensitive matters? What's left of this man's privacy and memory that hasn't been drug through the mud already? Sensitive must be a new term for "hurt feelings". Maybe Shaun will have to get a real job.

rufus
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rufus 03/26/09 - 04:37 pm
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ain't no monies

ain't no monies

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