Justice is Served

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Theme : What goes around comes around and justice always catches up to you in some form.

Storyboard Text

  • exposition
  • rising action
  • This case is tough.
  • rising action
  • I'm sorry I can't do anything about it.
  • But he is obviously guilty.
  • One rainy night, Maddie was walking home from work and was tragically murdered. The murderer left nearly no evidence, and Maddie was found on the side of the road at 4:30 a.m.
  • climax
  • Detective Sasha Jones was put on the mysterious case. She went through loads of evidence trying to solve the murder of Maddie Smith. She looked through every piece of possible evidence, repetitively looked through the scene, etc.
  • falling action
  • She finally got the idea to check the traffic cameras and finally caught him. His named turned out to be Nathan Wells. They went on trial and the court found him not guilty because of contamination of evidence. He was free to go. Jones was furious and couldn't stand for him to go unpunished for his actions so she devised a plan.
  • resolution
  • Justice has been served.
  • Detective jones bugged his phone to keep an eye on him, and figured out he would be at Lucy's Cafe Saturday evening. She "ran into him" and convinced him to meet her at the roof of a hotel. When he met her there, she pushed him off, killing him.
  • Sasha called the police and ambulance reporting that Nathan had jumped off the building unexpectedly. The Police Department believed her, with her being one of their own.
  • OH NO!!!!!
  • The police department never investigated it and deemed it as suicide. Detective Jones carefully covered up any traces, removing the tracker she put in his phone, removing fingerprints from the scene and the hotel roof, and made sure there were no witnesses. Justice had been served.
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