“Based on the evidence I’ve presented and the original tenets of this case, I ask Your Lordship to say the charge of malicious libel is justified, and that those alleged acts weren’t committed by Miss Pigot, Mr. Wilson, and Kali Churn Banerjee. I ask Your Lordship to rule a verdict on Miss Pigot’s behalf.”
Gasper listens to Miss Pigot’s man with absolute stillness. At this point the worst charges have nothing to do with my alleged libel, but I don’t think the judge is clever enough to pick through the details. He strikes me as a man who goes with his impressions, and Gasper played that to the hilt.
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