UnNews:Serial killer known as "Internet" now caught thanks to victim's brother's hint, trial to be held
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Serial killer known as "Internet" now caught thanks to victim's brother's hint, trial to be held
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19 January 2008
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DIAM'S CORNER, France -- The serial killer known as "Internet" was caught and a trial will be held in February. "Internet is known for certain murders, such as killing a criminal called "Porn Tape" and "Video", who is one of the Video Brothers and the brother of the adopted "Audio". Video, however was found guilty for killing Radio Star in 1983, the hint was found in a song written by Audio in the 80s.
Internet is now under arrest in Justice Prison, France, next to D.A.N.C.E., a night club, thusly setting certain people under danger. Internet had also been going through a mental examination ordered by the police chief, as quoted "He may have some screws loose or a broken wire somewhere". The mental examination was failed, as Internet has a schizophrenic mental illness.
As revealed, "WWW", owner of the Worldwide Web of 100,000,000,000 crimes is also in with Internet and currently responsible for the fall of "Games Video", a Video brother. The Video brothers have hired a lawyer, known currently as Big C from the International License Department. Also from the ILD, Internet has ordered his own lawyer, CC, with a far less greater reputation than Big C. Newspaper tabloids expect there to be a fight in the courtroom.
WWW100,000,000,000Crimes is now under new management by Dr. Thomas Trojan, a suspect for certain murders near West Virginia and Switzerland. He is accused for killing 17 unsuspecting Executives and impersonating 6 of them, along with various other associated criminals.
- Certain Sources "Punologist: Puny Polish poor punk puts patriotic poop polishing poet pretend-peeing.". Poland, January 16, 2008