CHAPTER TWENTY TWO
Justice kept talking for hours on end. Only breaking to eat. King would ask questions. Remembering not to interrupt her. She was confessing to more than they knew about.
King asked about the medical equipment then the drugs. She explained you can get anything you need online. Nothing seemed off limits when it came to getting answers. She confessed to destroying evidence.
After two and a half days they had everything they needed to prosecute. They also had a greater understanding of why she did it. Almost none of them wanted to send her to prison.
Justice insisted, though. She told them that if they stopped doing their jobs, the world would be in chaos. They still hated it.
July 29, 2020
Justice stood in a courtroom. With no emotion on her face what so ever. She had already pled guilty to eight counts of murder in the state of Texas. She would still have to appear in Kentucky and Illinois. Indiana waved their right to prosecute. When they found out that Texas was seeking the death penalty.
Justice wasn't fighting any of it. Everyone wondered why but she wasn't telling. She stood there as the judge sentenced her. Eight life sentences without the possibility of parol. Everyone was shocked. Except for Justice. They normally won't kill you if you confess.
As they began to lead her out of the courtroom. She looked at Agent King sounding giddy as she said "Think about how many, I can get in prison." just loud enough for him to hear her.
September 17, 2020
Illinois gave Justice two life sentences plus twenty years.
October 12, 2020
Justice recieved another two life sentences in Kentucky.
October 15, 2020
Justice had been sent to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. She was learning everything she could about the other prisoners. Starting a new list wasn't so hard in prison. The hardest part was getting supplies. Research was always her strong suit, though. She had time to get everything worked out.
It wasn't like anyone was going anywhere. They all had time. Justice always found a way to stay busy. She was happy as a lark. This was going to be so much fun.