Friday, February 24, 2006

Guilty or not guilty?




The evidence:

Clumps of Insulation left in various places around the house including the 'rents bedroom, hallway near the alleged culprits bedding, and near the food dish.

  1. Kitty culprit caught on film fleeing the scene.
  2. Eye witness (the Heather sister) saw alleged culprit with pink stuff in his mouth before dropping it in the parents bedroom

Motive: Mommy out late two nights in a row.

Verdict: Guilty or not guilty?



10 comments:

  1. NOT GUILTY. It jumped on you for a ride and just ended up on the floor.

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  2. We say NOT guilty. You have such an innocent-lookin' face, that beats any "evidence"...

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  3. NOT GUILTY....due to mitigating circumstances (heard that somewhere and it sounds portant)
    I see no REAL evidence you did anything like you are being accused. If the pawprint don't fit, you can't acquit (I heard that somewhere, too)

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  4. Not guilty. Cause I said so.

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  5. Mine Mom helped me, and we added you to our blog roll, by the way. Thanks for adding us.

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  6. NOT guilty. You may have been seen with the evidence, but did the Heather sister REALLY see you actually take it from the crime site? You could have been trying to return to the rightful owner for all they know. Weak circumstantial evidence...not worth a conviction. Case dismissed!

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  7. NOT! And since they were away two days, that's the price they pay!

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  8. NOT GUILTY...Mommie's should al'lays be home for us...is mommie's fault!

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  9. Not guilty, of course! No court would convict on such flimsy evidence.

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  10. Definitely Not Guilty...clearly the crime was committed by person or persons unknown...and you were the good helpful kitty trying to take the pink stuff back to where it belonged. Case dismissed!

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