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Inmate Pledges to Sue NFL for $88 Billion for "Gross Stupidity" After Cowboys' "Stolen" Victory

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    Inmate Pledges to Sue NFL for $88 Billion for "Gross Stupidity" After Cowboys' "Stolen" Victory
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    Terry Hendrix, an inmate in Colorado, sues the NFL and its officials for fraud and negligence, seeking nearly $88 billion in damages, after referees overturned Dez Bryant's catch at a pivotal point in their playoff game against Green Bay. (Jan. 23, 2015)

    A prison inmate still reeling from the Dallas Cowboys' playoff loss to the Green Bay Packers has decided to take action to remedy to defeat, announcing intent to sue NFL officials for $88 billion for "gross stupidity" and "the loss of a Super Bowl."

    In a hand-written notice, Terrance Hendrix, a 51-year-old inmate at the Fremont Correctional Facility in Colorado, accused the NFL and its officials of "committing fraud" and "gross negligence" when they overturned a potentially game-changing catch. He's seeking $88,987,6