As they sat there in the candlelit tent, the mystic waved their hands around the crystal ball, divining the woman’s future. Suddenly, the sooth-sayer’s hands went to their face and a gasp of horror escaped their mouth.
“I don’t know how to tell you this, so I’ll be blunt.” the fortune teller ...
Did you hear about the vegetable that was acquitted of murder?
He beet the rap.
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Why did the defendant orgasm after he was acquitted?
He got off on a technicality.
So a guy kills himself the night he gets acquitted of murder.
No one explained to him what a hung jury meant.
The chicken was acquitted of murder...
... because there was no evidence of fowl-play.
Why did Billy Joel get acquitted?
Because he didn't start the fire.
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In a dark and hazy room, peering into a crystal ball, the Mystic delivered grave news:
"There's no easy way to tell you this, so I'll just be blunt. Prepare yourself to be a widow. Your husband will die a violent and horrible death this year."
Visibly shaken, Laura stared at the woman'...
Hilary Clinton goes to a psychic. The soothsayer tells her, "Your husband will die a horrible violent death."
Hilary asks, "Will I be acquitted?"
A train driver accidentally kills a man when he drives off the tracks
Since he killed a person, the court sentences him to death by electrocution chair. For his last meal, he requests a single banana. The prison guard thought it was odd, but gave him the banana, and the man ate it. The next day, the man is strapped onto the electrocution chair and the executioner swit...
Fearing her marriage is crumbling, a middle-aged woman visits a highly respected psychic renown for the accuracy of her predictions.
In a dark and hazy room, she tells the psychic of her fears and growing unhappiness.
The mystic peers into her crystal ball, then looks at the woman an...
A Canadian was on trial for second-degree murder.
He was acquitted, but he apologized anyway.
A jury finds a man not-guilty in court...
During trial much evidence had been produced that showed the defendant to be guilty. Upon the jury's decision the prosecutor incredulously asked the judge: "Your honor, on what basis could the jury possibly have acquitted the defendant?!" The judge replied: "Temporary insanity". To which...