In Closing Statements of Irimi v. R.J. Reynolds, Defense Says Smoker Was Not an Addict, but “Liked and Enjoyed” Smoking

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Kevin Boyce, representing R.J. Reynolds in the Engle progeny case, tells jurors in closing arguments that Dale Moyer smoked by choice throughout most of his life and died from skin cancer unrelated to smoking. Moyer’s family claim tobacco manufacturers caused Moyer to become addicted to cigarettes, leading to the health problems that killed him.

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