Tuesday, August 29, 2006

A serious post about the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has finally begun to take on some of the serious issues that plague our nation. I'm glad they're finally getting off their lazy asses to help the helpless!

The Court's latest customer:

Actress and model Anna Nicole Smith can add another line to her colorful resume: a winner in the U.S. Supreme Court.

The justices Monday unanimously ruled Smith, who went by her real name — Vickie Lynn Marshall — in legal papers, can continue her fight to claim a large part of her late husband’s vast business holdings.

Smith, a former Playboy pinup and stripper, and one of the late oil tycoon J. Howard Marshall’s sons have been fighting in court for more than a decade over a fortune estimated as much as $1.6 billion.

The justices did not decide how much money Smith would get, if any. Her victory means the case is thrown back to a lower court. She has yet to collect on any part of the disputed estate.

Smith’s appellate attorney, Kent Richland, said his client was pleased with the outcome.

“Anna Nicole Smith’s claim existed years before her husband died and years before thoughts of probate even began,” he said in a written statement. “The court has ratified her position.”

Well, I'm thrilled this pressing matter has finally been resolved! We can all rest easy now, knowing that the Queen of all things skanky can keep fighting for her dead husbands money.

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