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Voracious Predatory Beast

Constable Earhart was showing the rookie around. He pointed to a giant snail on a window. “That’s an alien snail. It comes from a planet full of voracious predatory beasts.” “Seems slow,” said rookie Constable Billingsly. “It is. Yesterday, it … Continue reading

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The Word

Police Captain Norris Dunnless achieved his position more because of his privileged family’s influence than by ability. The fact that whenever Dunnless proclaimed a case unsolvable, and within hours Inspector Edgar Harper solved it, was probably the source of friction … Continue reading

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Deep Doo-Doo

Tim and Sally went on another drunken bender. Beside them, Tim found a partially-eaten tuna with doritos stuck in it. “What happened?” A police helicopter hovered above as the nearby 7-11 collapsed. Sally sighed, “Dunno. I think the police will … Continue reading

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Bird Brains – Sunday Photo Fiction

Written for Sunday Photo Fiction. A story about future police work begins after the photo. Bird Brains “Here we go. The first operational use of cyborg pigeons,” sighed Sergeant Jeffries. “Why the sigh?” said Lieutenant Hector. “I just think if … Continue reading

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Malaysian Supermen Add Arms, Literally

KUALA LAMPUR, MALAYSIA – In a world where terrorists emerge nearly everywhere, Malaysia takes the job of locating terrorists and anti-government forces seriously. A new breed of supermen lead the charge to keep the Asian nation safe. According to officials, … Continue reading

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