Judge Sets Execution Date for Paris Hilton

Funny story written by Buck E Filbert

Friday, 8 June 2007

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Paris sentenced to lethal injection...NOT!

Superior Court Judge Michael T. Sauer was not amused with all the gyrations going on with the Paris Hilton incarceration and subsequent early release granted by Sheriff Lee Bacca. In fact he was really pissed. The judge said the sheriffs department had no authority to usurp his court order.

The judge originally gave Paris Hilton 45 days reduced to 23 days to serve. Surprisingly Hilton only actually served 5 days of that sentence and was released to house arrest for 40 days.

The judge then ordered the sheriffs department to pick Hilton from her residence and appear in court immediately. The sheriffs followed the judge's order and brought Hilton to court.

The courtroom was closed to cameras and the general public but a few reporters were allowed to attend the proceedings.

According to witnesses the judge said, in an organized civilation this sort of behavior will not be tolerated, you are to be executed by lethal injection after you serve your 45-day sentence.

Paris started screaming MOM! MOM! as the sheriffs hauled her off to the clinker you could hear Paris having a temper tantrum down the hallway.

Reporters later asked the judge, "don't you think this is a bit extreme, considering the charge was a misdemeanor?" The judge replied, "it was the only solution to this exaggerated situation, it's totally out of hand, death is the only logical solution, society will be much better off because of my decision. History will smile on today."

He later added, "psyche!"

From the Desk of
Buck E Filbert

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

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