Texas Style Deposition

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

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

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

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.

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

tacwitness : I wanna watch like 5 hours of this.

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!"

Kelli Hammack : Hilarious! God Bless Texas!

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.

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

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

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

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

ForTehNguyen : this deposition is so texas, big boy!

Tony Montana : RIP Joe Jamail

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

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

Eddie Hughes : This is funny as hell. "Are you hreatening to fight?...I want to know who's side your on...we're going to be out numbered Ed"

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

Becki Green : Ma names Tucker!

Pennsylvania History Buff : At the end they turned to the stenographer and asked; "Could you read that all back for us?"

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

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!!

ryan : metafilter: Joe Jamail is off camera to the right. He's deposing an expert witness for the defendant Monsanto. Off screen left is Edward M. Carstarphen, defense attorney representing Monsanto. The other voice (Tucker) is a coplaintiff's or co-defendant's attorney. Joe asks witness if he met with the attorney for Monsanto/what was discussed. Attorney represents Monsanto, not witness so there is no attorney-client privilege re such communications. Witness doesn't answer truthfully. Then, shitshow.

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

ㄥㄖ几乇ㄥㄚさびしい : No ya not that's buu shet.

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

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

Smooth Progression : 2:35 lol

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

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

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.

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

Thomas Ladders : This is like a scene out of Casino

LaBalboa : My gosh this is HILARIOUS!!

Jeremy Barcelo : God bless Texas

Warpath1337 : lol  May God bless Texas.

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

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.

James David : RIP Joe Jamail. Hook'em.

mrdookiepotpie : <--------------TEXAN

Hugo Stiglitz : Did you hear him respond - "Mr Hair Piece" ... LOL

P1B1U1H1 : Why don't they settle things the good old fashioned Texas way? Step outside & see who's the fastest draw.

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.

boostmeup : I wonder how many racist comments they would be if these folks were black.

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

JSR : "fat bowuh!" lol!

Arlandah Goinkhoser : Bilbo grapping for the ring @2:35

Shyam Ram : Joe Jamail the greatest longhorn, hook em