Worst Exhibit Demonstation Ever . . .

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There are bad exhibit demonstrations and then there is the demonstration recently in Karachi’s Anti-Terrorism Court when a judge asked a police constable if he knew how grenades worked. The constable showed him by pulling the pin out of the grenade. You can guess what happened next.

The grenade’s explosion injured five including the judge, two policemen, the constable and a court clerk.

The grenade was a locally produced device brought as a demonstrative piece of evidence by Investigation Officer Abid Ali.

This makes the disastrous glove demonstration in the OJ case look positively brilliant in comparison.

12 thoughts on “Worst Exhibit Demonstation Ever . . .”

  1. “Obviously he must be liberal, because you have to be THIS stupid to believe Obama’s lies.”

  2. The case ended in mistrial. The jury was fragmented over pronouncing guilt.

  3. The draft made people question the reasons for wars such as Nam. There is no draft and no resistance to all these wars in the Muddle East and Afghanistan.

  4. Years ago West Point Military Academy museum had original unused
    casings of the big boy and little boy atomic bombs on display. But the display is gone now. I wonder why?

  5. An attorney is trained to never ask a question unless they know the answer.

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