|Restore My Good Name (standard:Fan Fiction, 1416 words)|
|Author: Juggernaut||Added: Apr 15 2014||Views/Reads: 1563/730||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|The real god in the heaven vexed with the humanity goes to the court to clear his name.|
Restore My Good Name By Subba Rao “Order, All Rise, case number 141 – God versus people. Judge, all the parties sworn in, please be seated and maintain silence during the proceedings,” said the bailiff, handing over the docket to the judge Juggernaut. Judge Juggernaut was in his mid-sixties but looks young for his age, one of the very few India Americans on the bench in US courts. He has the history of vexing both the prosecution and defense attorneys by asking philosophical and often rhetorical questions. “Sir, I understand from your submission that you filed a suit against the people of the world for invoking your good name God without your permission,” Judge Juggernaut looked at the plaintiff with curiosity. “Yes your honor. I filed this case to restore my good name and stop people using my name without my permission at events across the world,” replied a man in late seventies with long shoulder length silver hair and white beard with thick mustache. “I noticed that your recorded your name as God; is it your first or last name?” asked Judge. “I goes by only one name God, the one and only the real God; the same god people worship around the world sometimes with different names in different cultures,” replied the old man. “You were not the first to claim to be god in my court; I have seen many weird people in my court in the past that proclaim to be the god,” Judge Juggernaut appeared calm. “May be your honor, but I am the real god; believe it or not. For this court appearance, I manifested as a human to clear my name,” the old man stood firm. “Well, what can I say except that I am honored to have the real god appeared in my court to defend himself. May I ask you why you chose to appear in an American court when you have a choice as god to appear in a court in any one of two hundred countries in the world?” the judge was curious. “I consider the American judiciary provides equal justice to all parties on a level playing field and proceeds expeditiously towards a resolution unlike in other countries where it takes decades to bring cases to a trial.” Click here to read the rest of this story (191 more lines)
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