Pennsylvanian Woman Executed For Overdue Library Book

The Spoof – “Ms. Critter was convicted of keeping an overdue library book for over two weeks in 2007. The book was “Jonathan Livingston Seagull”. Ms. Critter claimed to be suffering from depression and the book made her feel better. The jury found her guilty on all fifty charges after an agonizing six-month trial. Related charges include: conspiracy, theft by deception, failure to respect library personnel, and crying in public. All the charges carry the death penalty.”

Silly. Just as silly as arresting someone for an overdue book.

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