Magazine article Insight on the News

Glass House Throws Stones

Magazine article Insight on the News

Glass House Throws Stones

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South Carolina attorney J. Kendall Few has thrust himself onto the national political stage by lobbing an allegation of perjury and subornation against Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr. The Greenville lawyer, who has urged Attorney General Janet Reno to investigate Starr, claims that Starr perjured himself when defending General Motors in a lawsuit brought on behalf of drivers who were killed in GM pickup trucks. Kendall and his brother, John, served as cocounsel in a 1993 product-liability case against GM and also were involved in a 1994 case alleging GM fraudulently hid or destroyed incriminating documents.

So who is J. Kendall Few, and why is he launching an attack on Starr? A Washington lawyer who knows him claims that Few is an opportunist and alleges Few has a tendency to "chase ambulances."

Or at least evangelists. In 1989, Few represented 67-year-old Evelyn E. Kuykendall in a lawsuit against two Houston faith healers, John and Frances Hunter. …

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