#JewelOsco Hour: Richard Jewell and his lawyers are asking for a whopping $2 billion settlement

The #JewelsOscoHour: Richards lawyers are requesting a whopping 2 billion dollars from a company that he co-founded and co-funded.

In their lawsuit, the two plaintiffs seek damages of up to $3 billion, and to compensate them for the emotional distress they have suffered, loss of employment, loss and other damages.

They also claim that the company is responsible for creating and maintaining the false, misleading and defamatory claims that have been made against them.

The suit was filed in federal court in New York, which was first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

The plaintiffs, Richards and his wife, Diane, are suing the company for $2.9 billion.

The company was founded in 1994 by the family of billionaire businessman Richard Jewell, who has since died.

The company was valued at over $50 billion when it was launched.

It was not immediately clear how much money the plaintiffs were seeking.

They said that the claims they were being sued over have been spread throughout the media, the internet and the courtroom.

The plaintiffs are asking that the money be divided equally between the plaintiffs and the defendants, and that it be returned to them in a lump sum of at least $2,000.

They’re also asking for an order to hold the defendants liable for all the money that was stolen.