Wednesday, November 15, 2006

The Colonel In Crisis: Part IV - The Trial Ends

I would hazard an optimistic yet educated guess that I've emerged 50% victorious if you catch my drift, in-so-far-as I would presume that I'll be found not guilty of the charge I've pleaded not guilty to.

After a Colonel Nathan R. Jessep style (well not so much style as rip-off as I'm sure the trial transcrips will show once they're released LOL) argument I was forced to suggest that the "testimony" of the only witness was technically flawed.

In addition, pleading guilty to the other charge where there was a 100% chance I'd be found guilty anyway will probably keep this blog online with crazy portraits in the corner for some time to come.

However, on the other hand, I could be woefully incorrect and it could all blow up in my face and this is one of the final posts of Colonel Whopper Creedon.

Wish me luck, I'll post the verdict here after it's delivered at 23:00 GMT tonight.

10 comments:

Ensign Harmon Rabb Jr. said...

Damn you!

Pint of said...

Teflon Colonel Rides again!

Former Grunt said...

Good luck tonight sir!

Paladinsword said...

And the Jury is comprised of????

Pint Of said...

i would think that the jury is comprised of Muppets, well George doubleuh is their leader, the sweedish chef look alike...

paladinsword said...

Burn de burn de burn

Lt. Colonel Creedon said...

Yes indeed, thank you folks.

Paladin: There was no jury, I requested a trial my Military Judge alone, it sped up the proceedings.

Paladinsword said...

Ah yes, much easier to bribe one judge rather than a jury.

Lt. Colonel Creedon said...

It would be, if I was the type to do it :)

Civilian Overseer said...

The Colonel doesn't bride, he threatens, blackmails, even kills but never bribes. He is way to mean for that. On ocassion he has been known to plead for mercy.