Devil's Advocate?

Young, Josh
August 1999
Entertainment Weekly;08/06/99, Issue 497, p26
Reports on a lawsuit filed in behalf of a store clerk against `Natural Born Killer' film director Oliver Stone and Time Warner Company. Facts of the lawsuit; Merit of the case according to the Louisiana Court of Appeals; Factors to consider if the case goes to trial.


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