Florida Baby Youngest Ever Murder Suspect

Funny story written by Quorum of One

Tuesday, 27 February 2007

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Scientists reckon the baby looks something like this. Cute isn't it?

Key Riest, Fla.: A third-trimester unborn baby boy opened fire with an assault rifle at a pre-natal care clinic on Thursday, killing seven people, including his own doctor, and wounding four others, two of them critically. The child's name is being withheld due to his age and the fact that he doesn't have one yet. His mother, in an attempt to come to terms with her child's actions, said: "Well, it's true that he kept pretty much to himself. But we never expected anything like this. We had been playing him those 'Learn in the Womb' tapes with the alphabet and Mozart symphonies on them and everything."

The puerile perp, who is due to be born on October 10th, was able to purchase an AK-47 and 2,000 rounds of ammunition at a local gun shop by lying about his age. Lou Snuts, the owner of Lou's All-Nite Gun Shop and Prescription Drug Sample Giveaway Center in Miami, where the tiny terminator bought his weapon, commented, "Well, we try to be pretty strict around here. We don't sell guns to just anybody. We check 'em out pretty thorough. But, you know, once in a while someone just sort of slips through, like. It's to be expected. Everybody makes mistakes. No system is perfect. One thing you got to admit, though -- at least he didn't have a prior record." Apparently the child's mother entered the store on July 15th to get a sample of Prozac and the ruthless rugrat took advantage of a moment of inattention to purchase and conceal the weapon. "How the little skeeter managed to do it is beyond me," commented Miami Chief of Police Manny Gottmee, "but there you have it. We can't change the past. What's done is done. You can't bring the dead back to life. It's time to move on. It's water over the bridge. I mean dam."

Florida state judge Howie Scroodus has until Thursday of next week to decide whether or not to try the feisty fetus as an adult. If convicted as such, he would become the youngest defendant in US history ever to face the death penalty. Furthermore, with Florida's recently-enacted legislation for speeding up the legal process and ridding the courts of their huge backlog of cases, the wily womb raider could possibly be convicted and executed before he is born. For the moment, he is being held under house arrest and must wear an ankle bracelet 24 hours a day, no matter what he is doing.

Asked -- not all that insistently -- for comment, the president of the National Arms Devotees Association, O'Thorn La Stench, had this to say: "This case proves one thing and one thing only: training in the proper use of firearms can't start too early. If that child's parents had been listening to one of our fine pre-natal gun safety programs on CD like 'Hunting in the Uterus' or 'Come Out Shootin'!' instead of that crappy Mozart stuff, things probably would have turned out different. A child is never too young to learn the four basic principles of handling firearms:

1) Never point a gun at anything you don't want to kill;
2) Which is everything, so go ahead and wave that sucker around like a drunken octopus on a Tilt-a-Whirl;
3) Guns don't kill people, people with guns kill people, and:
4) When guns are outlawed, outlaws with guns won't kill. . . no, wait. . .
4) When outlaws are outgunned, only inmates will be outlaws. No, that's not it. . .
4) You'll get my gun when my in-laws get an outhouse. Hang on, I'll get it. . .
4) They'll get my goat when gun laws are outlined, only outboards will have inlays.

. . . Something like that."

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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