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A Capital Punishment Trial in Modern Singapore

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Praefectus Praetorio

Brother of the Quill
Interview room #3, Central Station Holding Facility, Sunday March 9, 4:59 PM

Head Matron Wong advised Frost that Miss Moore, a possible suspect was a U.S. citizen with a lawyer from the Embassy.

“Under our Constitution, she is entitled to a lawyer if she wants one, but we are not obliged to inform her of that,” observed Frost.

“I know,” said the Matron, “but I can assure you she will demand him in no uncertain terms. Miss Moore is unusually assertive of her perceived rights.”

“I think I know what you mean,” replied Frost. “Back in Berkshire, it was always pushy women constantly demanding their rights. But our laws are clear on this. We must let her have a lawyer, but the courts have said within a reasonable time after arrest. And cases of two weeks or even nineteen days have been deemed to be “reasonable.”

“It’s your case, Detective Inspector. I just meant to give you a heads up.”

“And I appreciate that. I’ll decide as we proceed how to handle the issue. Do you have the contact information for this attorney?”

Matron Wong got him the information for the Embassy which Frost handed off to Goh. Then the two of them took Wong to interview room #3 to take her story. Afterwards they interviewed Long and Sing. When they were done, they cautioned all three not to discuss the incident with each other or anyone else.
 

Praefectus Praetorio

Brother of the Quill
Barb is obviously capable of learning, her academic achievements prove that, its her failure to be aware of those occasions when silence is the wisest course of action that is the problem.
Don’t be so sure.

I recently received a missive from a highly respected academic dean of a renowned, upper-Midwest, university. Due to concerns over gender discrimination lawsuits, he has requested anonymity for himself and his institution. I pass along some of his comments on Miss Moore. The reader is on their own to judge their worth.


“A mediocre, half-rate talent.”
“…universally resented..”
“An open joke in academia”
“Slept her way up the tenure track.”

“I can personally attest to the incontrovertible fact, that Miss Moore has repeatedly used her ‘tight, little,’ as she calls her hind section, either in bed or bent over an office desk, to promote her own career. There is no substance to her academic work, which always ‘takes a back seat’ to her sexual escapades. If not for her looks and her flagrant use of them, Barbara A. Moore would still be working at the first academic job she held (for which she was, in the words of her besotted male supervisor, ‘spectacularly underqualified’), returning books to the stacks in the University Library (if indeed she hadn’t been fired for incompetence by now!)



Again, I cannot verify this information, but the source (as in the famous “Steele Dossier”) is unimpeachable, to use a current overused term (NO POLITICS). The entire communication is a literary tour de force worthy of comparison to Cicero's Philippics
 

Barbaria1

Rebel Leader
Staff member
Don’t be so sure.

I recently received a missive from a highly respected academic dean of a renowned, upper-Midwest, university. Due to concerns over gender discrimination lawsuits, he has requested anonymity for himself and his institution. I pass along some of his comments on Miss Moore. The reader is on their own to judge their worth.


“A mediocre, half-rate talent.”
“…universally resented..”
“An open joke in academia”
“Slept her way up the tenure track.”

“I can personally attest to the incontrovertible fact, that Miss Moore has repeatedly used her ‘tight, little,’ as she calls her hind section, either in bed or bent over an office desk, to promote her own career. There is no substance to her academic work, which always ‘takes a back seat’ to her sexual escapades. If not for her looks and her flagrant use of them, Barbara A. Moore would still be working at the first academic job she held (for which she was, in the words of her besotted male supervisor, ‘spectacularly underqualified’), returning books to the stacks in the University Library (if indeed she hadn’t been fired for incompetence by now!)



Again, I cannot verify this information, but the source (as in the famous “Steele Dossier”) is unimpeachable, to use a current overused term (NO POLITICS). The entire communication is a literary tour de force worthy of comparison to Cicero's Philippics
FAKE VENGEFUL NEWS!!!

I know exactly who the source of such lies is, and can only say he was a sorry ass in bed!
 

twonines

Tribune
Don’t be so sure.

I recently received a missive from a highly respected academic dean of a renowned, upper-Midwest, university. Due to concerns over gender discrimination lawsuits, he has requested anonymity for himself and his institution. I pass along some of his comments on Miss Moore. The reader is on their own to judge their worth.


“A mediocre, half-rate talent.”
“…universally resented..”
“An open joke in academia”
“Slept her way up the tenure track.”

“I can personally attest to the incontrovertible fact, that Miss Moore has repeatedly used her ‘tight, little,’ as she calls her hind section, either in bed or bent over an office desk, to promote her own career. There is no substance to her academic work, which always ‘takes a back seat’ to her sexual escapades. If not for her looks and her flagrant use of them, Barbara A. Moore would still be working at the first academic job she held (for which she was, in the words of her besotted male supervisor, ‘spectacularly underqualified’), returning books to the stacks in the University Library (if indeed she hadn’t been fired for incompetence by now!)



Again, I cannot verify this information, but the source (as in the famous “Steele Dossier”) is unimpeachable, to use a current overused term (NO POLITICS). The entire communication is a literary tour de force worthy of comparison to Cicero's Philippics
Hardly a ringing endorsement, presumably Barb will not be using you as a referee in any future employment applications.
 
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