A Very, Very Strange News!
A court is taking up an important question: Can genies be summoned... to appear before a judge?
A family has filed a lawsuit against an unnamed genie for stealing mobile phones, sending threatening voice messages through mobile phones imploring the family to move away and pelting family members with stones when they go out at night. The family has been living in the same house for 15 years, but claims that it only recently began to feel the presence of the genie over the past two years. "We have to look into this case and verify its truthtfulness despite the difficulty of its consideration, said the head of the local court." If he thinks it's going to be difficult to verify these charges, just wait until the judge orders the genie to pay compensation.
Aladdin, we need your help to capture this evil genie and put him back in the magic lamp.
"Throughout history, man has governed his life according to certain laws and principles. Those caught defying that order face the consequences of human justice. Sometimes, though, justice is not seen to be done. Criminals go unpunished. Murders remain unsolved. But do the undetected guilty parties really get away with it? Or do eerie, inexplicable forces intervene to restore the balance in matters of life....and death." (WGG)