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Topic - Robert Painter
A lawsuit in Denver's U.S. District Court names a "fossilized Tyrannosaurus bataar skull" as the defendant.
A dinosaur dispute is brewing between the Mongolian government and an American auction house, which sold a fossil of a fearsome T. Rex relative despite a court order not to.
A man plunged at least 180 feet Monday over Niagara Falls and survived - only the third person known to have gone over without a safety device and live.
Elbegdorj lawyer Robert Painter said Monday he'll ask a judge to find the auction house defied the court order.
The auction came a day after a Dallas judge ordered Heritage not to sell the specimen while the case played out _ and the sale happened even with Texas state District Judge Carlos R. Cortez listening via cellphone, said Elbegdorj lawyer Robert Painter.