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Artifact Recovered in SeaTac Incident
Knight Errant Security Services announced this morning that they have recovered one of the African artifacts thought lost in the crash of Flight 7346 in late August. Spokesman Jonathan Winters said that the carved python skull was found on board a luxury jet that crashed while fleeing a gunfight in a nearby hangar. Winters did not speculate as to why the skull was on the plane, or whether more of the missing artifacts might still be at large.
African Cultural Coalition representative, Nkosana Ezekwesili, told reporters that the ACC is thrilled that one of the priceless cultural artifacts has been recovered and expressed hope that the other lost objects may also be found.
Inquiry Session Ends in Shouting Match
Yesterday’s Lone Star Inquiry session ended in controversy as Chief Justice Lionel Hutts was verbally assaulted by Lone Star legal counsel, Nathan Burrows. Burrows accused Hutts of showing bias in his ruling that the security corporation be required to turn over log files and computer records to the city’s legal team. The two men shouted at each other for several minutes before Justice Hutts ordered Burrows removed from the room and ended proceedings for the day.
Seattle’s legal representative, Sharon Tremblay, called the outbursts ‘unfortunate’, but downplayed Burrows’ accusations of bias. “The Chief Justice has been fair and objective throughout these proceedings”, she commented. “He recognizes how important it is for the city to fully understand all aspects of how Lone Star handles our policing contract.”