The town of Beavertail has been rocked a PTA election that left 26 people dead, a snake infestation and an animal uprising but now its about about to face the biggest thing It’s seen all year: A trial.
Donald Falcon, local podcast engineer is facing murder charges after the body of his brother-in-law, one Todd Sinnoh was found last month. After a lengthy investigation by BTPD, Donald was found at his place of residence. Apparently the police had neglected to check there, assuming he had made some kind of break for it. After Dustin Sanford tragically lost his life in the Overstreet Riots, our town has been lawyer-less, although up to this point all matters of dispute have been settled by trials by combat so it hasn’t really been an issue. All that is about to change since Donald has outright refused to fight reigning champion Sharon Overstreet, opting instead for a old fashion or “talk-’em-out” trial.
Donald will be represented by his friend, local pastor Creedence Clearwater, whereas the people are bringing in Crumdon’s biggest hotshot lawyer, Michael Davenport. At this time Donald has been released on bail and the trial is expected to begin as soon as he passes his Voight-Kampff Test, proving his isn’t an android replica of the actual defendant, as per Beavertail Law. Stay tuned to The Beavertail Bugle for more on the story as it develops…by which we mean please keep subscribing to this paper. We really need to keep the newspaper industry alive in this town. Newspapers serve a lot of functions you know. Now that you are done reading this article, you could wrap a birthday present in this paper! Or line your bird cage! Maybe make a hat? Please. We need your business.
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