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Friday Fiction- Justice delayed…

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Friday Fiction is hosted by rochellewisoff.com/2017/04/26/28-april-2017

PHOTO PROMPT © Liz Young

PHOTO PROMPT © Liz Young

100 words

Justice Delayed…

Justice delayed is justice denied.

The victim had evidences, witnesses, public and media sympathy and strong belief on the judiciary.

The accused had money, power and a shrewd lawyer who stretched the case so long that he had enough time to buy witnesses, destroy evidences and build proof that he was not present at the place of crime.

Public sympathy died after initial candle march and few days mourning and media lost interest as it thrives on TRP.

Victim lost the case, belief on the judiciary and hope.

Without hope died victim’s soul.

Only body is waiting for the actual burial.

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About Indira

I knew all along that life is about, love, compassion, compatibility and friendship, but now I have discovered that life is also about sharing thought, encouraging others and getting encouraged. So here I am with my blogs about life, friendship, love, and whatever life has taught me.

22 responses »

  1. Nice writing. I absolutely love the last line. There are many people who have lost hope and are just waiting for their bodies to be buried.

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  2. it’s almost always the case: the party that makes the best presentation wins in court. innocence or guilt is secondary.

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  3. Topical and so identifiable.

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  4. Dear Indira,

    Money talks and the guilty walks. Very disturbing piece…I mean that as a compliment. Poetic story of injustice.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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  5. This is so awful because it is true (not the writing – that is fabulous)

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  6. Sadly realistic. Beautiful writing.

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  7. Brutal but sadly true. Great writing style, really liked the simple way you wrote this.

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  8. A very good and a meaningful take on the FF prompt. Totally in line with today’s world.

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  9. michael1148humphris

    Lovely writing, with a powerful message

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