Prosecutor: Stop him, he's going for my witness!
George (Killerman) leaps over the table where he and Wayne were sitting, and rushes at the Old Lady. Wayne brushed himself off and got up after nearly avoiding a serious wound, but then he was pushed aside by the bailiff, who took out his taser and immediately used it on George, who had his claws less than a foot away from the Old Lady's face. He soon collapsed and was tackled by all of the court bailiffs. After a minute or so, he was wrestled into a small metal dog cage, and placed in the middle of the courtroom at the request of Judge Duo.
Wayne (brushing himself off again): Well this...changes a few things, doesn't it?
Prosecutor: If by a few things you mean everything
. This proves that George Thomas is now, without a doubt...100% GUILTY-
Wayne: OBJECTION. This proves nothing!
Prosecutor: OBJECTION. This proves everything!
Wayne: I OBJECT TO THAT, TOO.
As Judge Duo is watching both Wayne and the Prosecutor exchange objections over and over again, something catches his eye. The old lady who was sitting quietly all throughout the trial was stuffing something into her odd Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle brand purse.
Judge Duo: Old Lady, what is that you have there?
The Judge speaking seemed to pause Wayne and the Prosecutor for a moment.
Old Lady: Well if you must know, they're my glasses, and I need them to see properly.
Wayne jumps on the opportunity to object yet again.
Wayne: Were you wearing them on the night of the murder by any chance?
Prosecutor: OBJECTION! What does this have to do with the case?
Wayne: DUHHH, it's the oldest trick in the book. If she couldn't see properly, how does she know it was George here and not some other rampaging monster who killed the victim?
Prosecutor: Seriously, are you really that stupid? Even if you're nearly blind, you couldn't mistake THAT (points at the Killerman) for someone else. You don't think that there is more than one monster running around out there, do you?
Wayne: Well...maybe it's the werewolf effect?
Judge Duo: Swhuh?
Wayne: You know, (Wayne stands up and pulls out a giant drawing showing werewolves and people turning into werewolves from behind the judge's desk.) when the original werewolf bites another person, they turn into a werewolf them self. It's 7th grade science, people.
A hush fell over the courtroom. Wayne remained standing, feeling proud of himself for what he may have just accomplished. Judge Duo thought to himself for a moment and began again.
Judge Duo: So...if what you're saying is true, then there could be another wereman?
Wayne: WereWOLF, your Honor.
Prosecutor: Will you stop with this, Wayne? There is no proof that there is another "Werewolf", or any proof that it wasn't George who killed the victim.
Wayne (To himself): She's right...there's nothing I can show that proves George innocent. Should I just...* starts to rolls up sleeves*...No, I can't fight, not now. I've been doing a lot better than usual, if only I could show them that George didn't do it.
Judge Duo interrupts again.
Judge Duo: Excuse me, but what are you putting into your odd purse this time?
Everyone looks back up at the Judge's bench, as the old woman speaks out again.
Old Lady: Well, it's my cell phone, I think I might be home late for dinner, so I wanted to call my husband.
This gave Wayne an idea.
Wayne: Your honor, may I try something right here and now?
Prosecutor: OBJECTION... Oh wait, so what are
Wayne: Just watch.
Wayne took out his cell phone and a number scribbled onto a piece of bloody paper.
Judge Duo: Mr. Shoeleft, what is that?
Wayne: If you'll recall to the evidence gathered from the first murder scene, the one involved with the Chad Bootirght case.
Evidence: A phone number was left on the victim's person outside of Mr. Bootright's house. The number in question was both called and traced, but no results followed.
Wayne: Oddly enough, there was another piece of evidence involved in the recent murder.
Evidence: The same phone number was again found on the victim's body at the house of George Thomas. The number was again tried but no luck.
Wayne: I have a hunch. If we call this number in court today, the person will pick up. How do I know this? Because that person is more than likely to be in THIS courtroom!
There was a collective gasp from the crowd, and a small laugh from someone in the back, the Judge scratched his head, and the Prosecutor just shook her head. George still remained silent in his cage.
Wayne: Here goes nothing.