Because by Pam Armstrong
Because A took a dislike to B,
B is in prison. It’s not that B
did anything against A directly
or indirectly. It’s just that A
took a dislike to B and so
identified B as the suspect,
who was arrested. Thus D
walked away guilty but presumed
innocent because A took a dislike to B.
B is unravelling in a cell
spiralling downwards. A has made
a mockery of the system and D
is free to plot even more disorder
upon a less than perfect society.
All because A took a dislike to B.