Wednesday, September 24, 2008

"Silent, but deadly" story

::sprays Frebreeze in the room::

You can wait your entire journalism career for the opportunity to write this sentence into your copy:

When police were trying to get fingerprints, police say Cruz moved closer to the officer and passed gas on him.

Okay. Maybe that's just me. I would have filed that story and then spent the rest of the day laughing my ass off. That's the type of story that makes you love your job!

I wonder what evidence they'll have if it goes to trial.

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