Mazel Tov? A Brooklyn federal judge has awarded $10 million to the victim of a circumcision gone wrong, leaving his man parts "partially amputated." The settlement is ordered to be paid by the makers of the Mogen clamp, which was used to perform the procedure. Though it is advertised as the "preferred device of the more modern Jewish Mohel," the device has been involved in other partial amputations. The judge found that the device should have come with a warning, instead of the promised "risk-free procedure" in the instruction manual.