Rick Quinn maybe can now pay his property taxes

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Believe it or not, Rick Quinn still hasn’t resolved the back taxes on his former home at 39 Eastpine Court in the Harbison neighborhood. As of the latest update on the Richland County records on Oct. 24, Quinn still owes $2,412.09 on the property, which is slated to be sold at auction.

But, maybe he can pay it now. Word on the street is that the South Carolina Association for Justice (formerly South Carolina Trial Lawyers Association) has re-upped Quinn’s $9,000/mo. contract.

Vierdsen wonders how the fellas at S.C. Club for Growth feel about this. After all, the Club is using RQ&A as its in-state mailhouse, paying the firm $16,730 in June.

As we all know from the Gospel of Luke, you can’t serve two masters.


2 Responses to “Rick Quinn maybe can now pay his property taxes”

  1. October 27, 2008 at 5:52 pm

    To the person that tried to comment here — don’t do it from the RQ&A server. It’s obvious. Also, while Quinn may have a job, he also has a house on the auction block. By the way, with y’all’s obsession about a blogger, when are the clients at your firm starting to get pissed that you’re not busting ass for them? Maybe after they get beat next week? Priorities, man, priorities.

  2. 2 Cal
    October 27, 2008 at 8:20 pm

    I sure don’t agree with everything on here…but this blog has some great investigative pieces. Keep it up!

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