30 November 2011

You know, Nathaniel... I was with you...

...right up until the part where you started getting naked...

O’Brien testified he heard blood-curdling screams at his neighbours’ front door.

"People were screaming, ‘Stop,’ and ‘Help,’ so I went inside their house." He confronted one intruder on the upper landing, wrestled with him and as they tumbled together down the stairs, O’Brien’s black trousers fell to his ankles, court heard.

He said he removed his pants, left them and his shoes in the living room, and raced upstairs to discover Varughese’s body in the bedroom doorway.
Hey... you never know... it worked for O.J.

Meanwhile... in other "justice" system news...
-- TOPEKA, Kan. -- A man who held a Kansas couple hostage in their home while fleeing from authorities is suing them, claiming that they broke an oral contract made when he promised them money in exchange for hiding him from police.

The couple has asked a judge to dismiss the suit.


2 comments:

Norm said...

Police have the suspect. Why does it take THREE years for this to go to trial?

Neo Conservative said...

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my guess is... it's all about the remuneration.

lawyers get paid obscene amounts of money... and the longer you stretch things out, the more you get paid.

delaying tactics also work wonders as peoples memories fade... or witnesses change their mind, or move away.

if you're a criminal defense lawyer... time is your best friend.

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