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Guilty or Innocent – Part 11

The following was written for a challenge called #SixSentenceStory over at Denise’s. This week’s prompt word is “Right”.

My story is ongoing and I began writing it on March 18th. It is about a boy by the name of Pete Patterson. During a random locker check a bag of pot was found in Pete’s locker. If you’d like to read this from the beginning, it starts here.


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“Right! Of course, he had no idea what you were talking about, what little hoodlum is going to admit to something like this, Pete’s dad said, feeling his blood pressure rise. Can we just get to the results of the test you had done?”

You’ll be happy to know that the plant in question was not marijuana, it is Texas Star Hibiscus, which looks quite similar to pot. Taylor continued on saying, now Pete, what were you planning on doing with this bag of Texas Star Hibiscus?”

Jane then stood up, Oh my God, you have to be kidding, you actually think that this still belongs to my son!”


To be continued …

27 Comments Post a comment
  1. How on earth do you ever get hold of Texas Star Hibiscus? The plot thickens.

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    May 28, 2020
  2. UP #

    Good six, sounds like mom had a Cleopatra moment as she’s the queen of denial! Sounds like his supplier ripped him off.

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    May 28, 2020
  3. Kristi #

    I’m curious to hear his answer!

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    May 28, 2020
  4. From one mystery to another….curiosity rises to a new level!

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    May 28, 2020
  5. The leaves do like very much like cannabis leaves. That blows my oregano out of the water. Can’t wait for the next installment Susan 🙂

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    May 28, 2020

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