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BREAKING -- Leaked Footage From Inside This Morning's Attorney Breakfast Club!

As many of you know, this morning the Attorney Breakfast Club met at the Hotel Urbano for a spirited discussion and some day-old bagels (stop complaining, they're just as good the next day!).

Thanks to a tipster, we are able to bring you exclusive footage from one of the many distinguished speakers, please take a look at what you're missing:

(Hey, it's a slow news day.)


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