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Thursday, September 21, 2006

I said J said I.

The Beeb has today reported on a woman blackmailing two immigration judges. The writer of the article decided it would be a good idea to refer to the judges as "I" and "J", hence:

I decided it would be "prudent" to end her employment.

I said it was because he did not want her to pursue her threats.

I also admitted some jealousy.

She appears to have slept with one or other of them, worked for one or both of them, and from the way this reads, possibly had some kind of relationship with the BBC reporter writing the story.

Just imagine how the court case will sound:

Prosecutor: "I said he had been blackmailed for a year."
Judge: "And what did the victim say?"
Prosecutor: "I, the victim, said he had been blackmailed for a year."
Judge: "So you are the victim?"
Prosecutor: "No, your honour, I is the victim."
Judge: "I AM the victim."
Prosecutor: "YOU are the victim?"

Hours of endless fun.

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1 Comments:

Blogger calabarboy said...

HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!
Yes, I can just about picture that conversation in the courtroom!!!

22 September, 2006 10:24

 

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