Weekly Challenge 443: Skeleton

“You have until next Thursday, but unless you really wanted us not to release the skeletons in your closet, both we and the convicted criminal you represented should have received our letters begging for forgiveness last Tuesday.” the magistrate said.  I begged and pleaded with the magistrate that literally held my license in her hands to give me a second chance to represent the poor and oppressed.  She blatantly said, “No Way.  Die with the trash you represent.”  That’s when I finally realized the skeleton was really in her closet.  That’s the lie we the American people live every day.

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