Portland pimp sues Nike for $100 million for lack of warning label after beating victim with Jordans

Sirgiorgio Clardy, now serving a 100-year prison sentence, blames Nike for failing to affix a warning label to its Michael Jordan shoes. Clardy was convicted of using the shoes as a dangerous weapon after he beat a john.
www.oregonlive.com Published: January 13, 2014
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photo - Sirgiorgio Clardy sits strapped into a restraint chair in July during his sentencing hearing. His legal adviser, sits in the foreground -- a safe distance away from Clardy based on the advice of a judge. Nine courthouse deputies attended the sentencing to maintain security. (Aimee Green/The Oregonian)
Sirgiorgio Clardy sits strapped into a restraint chair in July during his sentencing hearing. His legal adviser, sits in the foreground -- a safe distance away from Clardy based on the advice of a judge. Nine courthouse deputies attended the sentencing to maintain security. (Aimee Green/The Oregonian)

Sirgiorgio Clardy, now serving a 100-year prison sentence, blames Nike for failing to affix a warning label to its Michael Jordan shoes.

Clardy was convicted of using the shoes as a dangerous weapon after he beat a john.



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