A Las Vegas man is involved in a dispute over an ownership stake in a Utah mine so he filed a lien on the property for $918 billion. Three lawyers then filed a lawsuit to remove the lien so he sued them back. The Daily Herald reports he's demanding $38 quadrillion.
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You cannot say that John Theodore Anderson failed to aim high. He's a Las Vegas man. He was involved in a dispute over an ownership stake in a Utah mine, so he filed a lien on the property for $918 billion. Three lawyers then filed a lawsuit to remove the lien, so he sued them back. The�Daily Herald�newspaper says he is now demanding $38 quadrillion, more money than there is in the world.
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