Texas Style Deposition

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teddymurphy95 : Defendant in this case was accused of selling Propane and Propane Accessories without a license.

Virtuoso80 : I have an image of Tucker just wandering into random depositions and saying, "Wait a minute, my name's Tucker, and I wanna know what's goin' on here!"

Arx Fortis : This is from May of 1992.  The deposition was taken in St Louis.   The deponent is "Jack Garrett" who was at one time a research chemist at Monsanto's Texas City facility in the 1950's.   Monsanto (represented by Ed Carstarphen on the left), was being sued by some residents of Houston (represented by Joe "Hairpiece" Jamail on the right with the wagging finger) who alleged that Monsanto had harmed them by exposing them to dangerous chemicals.  This lawsuit may have been one regarding the Brio Superfund site.  "Tucker" was an attorney representing Ayrshire.  There is an Ayrshire a real estate development company in Houston, so I can only assume it's the same company, though I'm not sure of their role in this case.  It's probably got something to do with property values allegedly impacted by Monsanto.

Sean Kelly : Welcome to Texas, where even a gray-haired research chemist is ready to throw down when somebody gets out of line. They're too good for this country.

Charlie Abbot : He's not "Threatening" anyone... He's asking is you would like to consent to Mutual Combat.....

Brett Houston Tube : If court cases were more like this Americans would be watching court tv instead of ESPN...

tacwitness : I wanna watch like 5 hours of this.

Samuel McCallister : "That ain't your GOT-damned job, fat boy." I'm dying here

DAT Maryjane : "Are you threatening to fight?" "I just want to know what side we're on" lmao I'm moving to Texas tomorrow.

Sam Cook : You have an incipient case of verbal diarrhea. *GOT EM!!*

EDM Bandit : "Who are you?" "Ma names tucker!"

Dynamo Joe : I've watched this at least 20x and still almost fall out of my chair laughing.  It all starts at "big boy" Thanks for an entertaining and educational video.

bigkendallas : Man ! Those country boys aint taking no lip !

Styles Kirkpatrick : fat boy....lol every thing is crazier in Texas....lol

D.C.S\A : since english is not my mother languge BOY i got'a tell'ya, texas accent rules the intere world, it like another dialect.

MoManny : RIP Joe Jamail. He died yesterday at the age of 90.

JayGoldenBeach : Well, that escalated quickly. And hilariously! LoL

Gavin1130 : By the title I was expecting it to be something racist from the 70's or something. That was a complete cluster f$ck of amusement for the world to see! GOD BLESS TEXAS!

ForTehNguyen : this deposition is so texas, big boy!

Gee Dubb : LOL at the Texas Research Chemist. 100% Texan!

youtert : The word of the day is "incipient."

ArgentPure : Not a Hillary voter in the lot!

Shyam Ram : Joe Jamail the greatest longhorn, hook em

Kelli Hammack : Hilarious! God Bless Texas!

Becki Green : Ma names Tucker!

Thomas Ladders : This is like a scene out of Casino

Valentine Wolf : So someone was working for Monsanto, in my opinion that's an admission of guilt right there.

JSR : "fat bowuh!" lol!

James David : RIP Joe Jamail. Hook'em.

google user : This is the guy I want for a lawyer. . Someone real and not afraid.

さびしい : No ya not that's buu shet.

Jeremy Braunstein : "Well sir...we're gonna see about that"

James Collier : Monsanto was poisoning people back then and they still are to this day what an evil company

Joanne Mercader : BEFORE political correctness became a thing. This is how people talk right wrong good bad. It is what it is

Eric X : Don't tell me to shut my mouth boy! Hahah!!!

Warpath1337 : lol  May God bless Texas.

Edward Carnby : The best part about these depositions is that the vast majority of action takes place between people who are off-camera, so you get to see the subject of the deposition sitting there looking all awkward in the meantime.

Leanna H. : Don't mess with Texas!! That's how I get too when I get pissed off. I'm from Texas, originally, born & bred...DON'T mess with Texas!!

Tony Montana : RIP Joe Jamail

Darin- USMC B- 85-93 : Lots of Texas testosterone around that room.

Can us Normal folk do it? Gina Marie : This doesn't shock me at all. I used to date a guy who owned a tool and die in Detroit. It was ALWAYS the guys in suits who yelled and threw punches. Amazing cars get built. Lol. Nice to know that the guys in suits in other industries do the exact same shut. Lol

Anthony Rodriguez : My name is TUCKER Lmaoo idk why I laughed when he said that

ddavid122 : God bless Texas and the hUnited states of Amurica, xept California.

d Smith : sounds like a bunch of over ego immature little boys!!!

poppahonda : Ha...ha... If we want your opinion, we'll beat it out of you! Yeehaw

T Mason : @ArxFortis JACK T. GARRETT has worked in the fields of industrial hygiene and occupational health management for over 35 years, most recently as Industrial Hygiene/Information Services Director with the Department of Medicine and Environmental Health at the Monsanto Company, where he supervised 26 people in the disciplines of industrial hygiene, industrial hygiene chemistry, library science, computer operations, and administration. He has been a contributor to five Wiley books on industrial hygiene and toxicology. Mr. Garrett earned his MS in chemistry at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

ian hicks : Right. Only in Texas. You'd get thrown in jail for contempt anywhere else. At least it's better than California. What the hell anyways.

Dr. Carr : this is funny insipid verbal diarrhea what a brilliant choice of words,delivered with such calm composure.

primate4 : 2:35. Total gangster

J. Montcliff : when he lunges forward with that angry face. guy's for real