Wilfs formally appeal New Jersey court ruling

  • Article by: MIKE KASZUBA , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 8, 2014 - 7:55 PM

Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf on Wednesday continued his legal fight in New Jersey to overturn a $103 million judgment against him and his business partners, including a related move to force the family to disclose its financial worth.

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brirudJan. 8, 14 8:38 PM

I formally appeal my crappy seat relocation from 20 rows up in end zone at MOA to 20 rows up in the 2nd deck corner of TCF, and on top of it pay more for these crappy seats than I would've had to pay at the dome for exact same seats. Gee let me think about my decision to renew tickets at more expensive price so that I can sit and freeze my arse off in the nosebleeds on a bench with no chairback in the freezing cold for 2/3rd of the season. I'll renew my tix if Zygi sits right next to me all season long, what a joke.

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ashloaderJan. 8, 14 9:48 PM

I will appeal my smokers taxes if Ziggy doesn't put some ashtrays in that new stadium.

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fishanhunt2Jan. 9, 14 1:39 PM

If you can pay 103 million in judgments, fines and lawyer fees? I guess you can afford to appeal.

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ebenezerJan. 9, 14 8:39 PM

This family needs a legal review and as much public disclosure as possible. Period.

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