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Byline: ELLEN GOODMAN / Truth about tobacco ads
BOSTON -- Not that Bennett LeBow is my wish come true. He isn't even my dreamboat. But when the head of the Liggett Group's holding company 'fessed up in public, I was reminded of that moment in Liar Liar when Jim Carrey finds himself transformed by his son's birthday wish. He is suddenly and hilariously unable to tell a lie.
It's now two weeks since LeBow came clean with his startling revelation of the obvious. Flanked by 22 state attorney generals, his company acknowledged that tobacco is addictive, causes disease, and is targeted to children. The page one shocker was "Tobacco Company Tells Truth!"
This wasn't an act …