11/10/10(Wed)19:20 No. 21128237 >>21128227 Perfect, this is it. Edgeworth continues, "Princess Celestia, could you please explain the reason the police arrived so soon after the incident took place? "Of course I can. See, I had forgotten that I was having a hard time getting to sleep that night, so I decided, since I was already awake, I'd begin my preparations to raise the sun earlier than usual. So even though I thought it was 4:00 AM at first, since that's when I usually begin, it was earlier than that, which would explain why the police arrived when they did." The judge doesn't look like he buys it either, but it still checks out. Finally, he says those magic words: "The defense may begin its cross-examination." Finally, Celestia, or whoever you are, I have you, ready to call you out on your lie. "Now, Princess Celestia, you assert that you in no way gave the defendant permission to leave the night up when she did?" "Of course not, I'd never even consider such a thing!" Liar. "That's interesting, because I have with me irrefutable proof that you did. A recording that was taken that night, of you telling Luna she could leave the night up." She seems shocked, but maintains her facade, "that's impossible, no one was there besides Luna and I." "That may be true, but the person recording this didn't have to be there at all. See, Princess Luna is allied with an American vigilante known as Batman..." The crowd begins to chatter, with a gavel slam and a shout of "Order!" from the judge they simmer down. "Batman keeps in contact with Luna via a small radio transmitter she keeps hidden in her mane. Luckily enough, he was in the middle of talking to Luna when you gave permission to leave the night up." Celestia looks tense, she knows what's coming.