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A Film About Greed and Corruption in America's Lawsuit Industry
A Film About Greed and Corruption in America's Lawsuit Industry

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Last night, we were honored to screen InJustice for yet another packed-house audience -- this time at the Riverbend 9-12 Group in Bethalto, IL.

State Represenatative Dwight Kay (IL) was at this screening, and taped this brief video with his thoughts on our film, as well as the Illinois legal climate:

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"I don't think to a person (who worked on this film) that we all at one point didn't just stop and say, 'that's wrong.'"

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As we mentioned earlier we had great crowds for our two movie screenings in Jackson, MS last night.  Here are some pictures from the events...
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Jackson, MS "InJustice the Film" Screenings — June 7, 2012 (12 photos)
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A few thoughts about this Clarion-Ledger article: 1) Our movie was not made in response to anyone else's movie. In fact, we didn't know about that other movie until well into production of "InJustice." 2) Ms. Slater claims "inaccuracies" but cites no facts, just opinion. We invite you to read this story and share your comments on the story's web page...

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Earlier this morning, our executive producer, Brian Kelly, joined Megan West on the Channel 16 WAPT News in the Morning program (Jackson, MS) to promote tonight's screening of "InJustice the Film" at 7:30 p.m. at Duling Hall in Fondren. Here's a picture from the TV studio...
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We're honored to have been invited by Illinois State Rep. Dwight Kay to present our movie before the Illinois House Manufacturers' Caucus in Springfield, IL. Right now, in fact, we're presenting on the movie and Rep. Kay is discussing with his House colleagues the importance of the message of "InJustice" here in Illinois. In the photos below, our producer, Brian Kelly, discusses the film — and Rep. Kay discusses the message with his colleagues:
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"Our courts are crowded. The judges have too much to do. Some of them don’t have clerks, so it’s crowding the courts with cases that ought not be there. It’s costing the economy a lot of money." – Lawyer Fred Kurtz

Give us a +1 if you agree with Fred...

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A great news clip from our movie screening last week in Madison County, IL...
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