Mississippi Attorney General Asks Court To Suspend Lawsuit Against Katrina-Related ‘Whistleblower’ Sisters

Here’s another interesting turn of events in the story about the sisters who allegedly took a bunch of documents from a business hired by State Farm to provide Hurricane Katrina claims adjusting services.  Apparently, they then gave them to plaintiff attorney Dickie Scruggs and became consultants to him.  The Mississippi Attorney General is asking a federal judge in Alabama for a suspension of the the civil suit by their former employer, E.A. Renfroe & Co., while his criminal probe continues into insurance claim practices.  Slow down, Mr. Attorney General, there are still plenty of headlines out there to be grabbed. I wrote about it earlier here.

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