“No !” rang the journalist’s voice, laced with desperation, dripping with anguish. “I did not kill her.” His lawyer looked at him and smiled – a confident smile that said, “Don’t worry – we’ll win.”
She’d been a very famous model. They’d been seeing each other regularly. Two months back, she had been found dead in her apartment. His fingerprints were all over and he was charged with her murder.
The actual murderer was in the courtroom too. He too had been smitten by her and had courted her. Things had started warming between them and suddenly, out of the blue, came this journalist. What started off as a professional interview turned personal. He discovered that they were having an affair
“In the light of the evidence presented, I request that my client be acquitted,” boomed the defense counsel’s voice.
“After taking into consideration all the evidence presented before the court, this court finds the defendant guilty of murder,” intoned the judge.
“She spurned me and got what she deserved. He stole her from me and got what he deserved. Two birds with one stone,” thought the murderer, as he gathered his black robes around him and rose from the judge’s chair.
Gauri dons many hats. Of a wife, a mom, a teacher and more. Apart from working as a full time English teacher in Hong Kong, she also raises and nurtures two children. Her family means the world to her and life is a happy roller coaster ride. She blogs at http://tiny-tidbits.blogspot.hk/. Originally intended as a means to preserve memories for posterity, Tiny Tidbits now plays host to a wide range of issues, thoughts, musings, raves and rants.