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12689162, lol is there a legal ground for that?
Posted by cgonz00cc, Sat Jan-03-15 12:25 PM
Naming some lower middle class average joe from Valdosta in a class action lawsuit because his great great grandfather owned 2 slaves?

For what? So you could take the legal counsel to lunch at Chik Fil A with what you recover from him?

There is a reason plantation houses are usually owned by historical societies. Former slave owners got poor as fuck during and after reconstruction. Punishing some regular dude for the sins of the great great grandfather seems counterproductive at best towards any long term goal.