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THE RAT'S LAWYER
For this reason, ladies and gentlemen of the jury, I ask for greatest
punishment for Alex Krycek. Thank you. Iím done, your Honor.
Thank you Mr. Low.... Iíll hear your closing argument, Ms. Antony.
Antony: Ladies and gentlemen of the jury. Look carefully at this man
and tell me: is this the face of killer? If the eyes are the mirror of the
soul, are these the eyes of a murderer? No, theyíre not. They are not
because Alex Krycek is *not a murderer*. No. Alex Krycek is a victim of
circumstance, a scapegoat. A pawn in the mortal power game. The
prosecution wants him like promoter of cruel games, spy, double-crosser
and what is more heinous. Actually, the prosecution has not furnished any
tangible evidence that Alex Krycek is guilty of any of the counts of
have accused him to have killed the tram operator. But gentlemen, must be
a joke. Have they ever found the body? No.
there trails of blood or fight on the scene? No. And then how can they
accuse my client of being a killer?
have accused him of killing Duane Barry. They say that he poisoned him.
But a toxicological examination has never been made to prove it. No, itís
only the conclusion of Agent Mulderís report. The same agent who had
badgered Mr. Barry during the interrogation, so much so, that the medical
personnel on the scene have given statements that Duane Barry died of
suffocation. Isnít this evidence that my client is the being used
as the scapegoat for the crimes of others?
They have accused him of killing William Mulder. But, the Agent Fox Mulder himself has admitted that he didnít see anyone inside the house. That he didnít look out of the window. No, ladies and gentlemen. Agent Fox Mulder has stated, and I read the words of his testimony: ".. when I entered the bathroom, my father was on the floor shot. A few minutes lat, he died. The window was open, and I had heard a car driving away." *He heard a car driving away*. This is what, Agent Mulder says about the murderer. In spite of this lack of evidence, he has >
accused my client of this crime. And what evidence does prosecution have?
A nine-gauge shotgun. A common nine-millimeter handgun that only the
testimony of Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully attribute to my client. The
only fingerprints on the gun were those of Agent Mulder. Isnít this an
attempt of *cruel and unusual* punishment against my client? Everybody
knew that Agent was behaving strangely during that time. He was irrational,
paranoid, and emotionally unstable. Earlier that day, Agent Mulder
physically attacked his supervisor, Assistant Director Skinner. Agent
Mulder, though he knew the legal process, left the scene of the crime. In
fact, it wasnít him who notified the police of his fatherís death.
there were no other fingerprints inside the house besides his and his
fatherís. Ladies and gentlemen, Alex Krycek fingerprints were nowhere in
the house. So how can we accuse him of this crime?
accused him to selling military secrets. What secrets? The Government has
denied the existence of such secrets. My client came into possession of a
file about the existence of UFOís. If, by the admission of your own
government, such file of not exist, what did my client steal? Fresh air?
Who accused him of the theft? The Assistant Director Walter Skinner. So,
it wasnít the government who had the file, but the Assistant Director.
How did he get it? He claims to have stolen it from Agent Mulder. So, who
stole the file? Agent Mulder or my client? On another occasion, Agent
Mulder persecuted and beat my client. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, Alex
Krycek was savagely beaten and taken back by force to Washington. Thanks
to agent Mulder, Alex Krycek was possessed by some force of unknown origin,
and cruelly locked into a subterranean silo. He was saved from death
by the timely arrival of the revolutionary group. And yet, he is still
being accused? If he is guilty, what are the others?
have accused him of conspiring with the Russians, and spying for them, and
that this alliance has put Agent Mulder in danger. Yes, this may be true.
But, it was Agent Mulder who dragged Alex Krycek to Tunguska. And in
Tunguska, it wasnít Agent Mulder who was mutilated. No, ladies and
gentlemen of the jury. It was my client, that same Alex Krycek who sits
today at dock, Alex Krycek the accused, who was savagely mutilated.
ladies and gentlemen, in closing, I ask you to seriously analyze the
evidences brought into the courtroom. I ask you to remember that you can
condemn a man only in absence of a reasonable doubt. I think, ladies and
gentlemen, that the questions I raised show clearly that there is more
than one reasonable doubt. For this reason I ask you a for a not guilty on
all counts for Alex Krycek.
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