The twice tazed Mulch Park Posse leader, who was recently released on a bail bond reportedly paid for by actor Clift Barwell, entered his organization's rented double wide trailer just in time to be bombarded by tear gas canisters fired by the LA Sheriff's Department. As soon as the county cops discovered that the vigilante heroes were in their jurisdiction, they made their move.
After posse members refused to hand over fugitive terrorist Billy Plimberton, rockets packed with the compound 2-chlorobenzalmalononitrile tear gas made a graceful arc through three of the four windows. "Now we just wait," said Lieutenant Rogerson, the officer in charge of the perimeter.
Sure enough, the whole posse came barreling out of the structure, which crackled and smoked like an old firework that didn't go off exactly as planned. After a head-count, all but the prisoner were accounted for and a new ultra-modern robot officer was dispatched to secure Plimberton. The robot officer, called Hubert, marched directly into the sputtering and smoky structure without fear nor any other emotion.
Upon his return, as Hubert approached television cameras, it simultaneously hit both TV viewers and the massive cop presence on the perimeter. The prisoner was not Billy Plimberton, as previously thought. The fearless robot carried little Todd Howard Jefferton in his arms. The little boy was free, and crying his eyes out with emotion. This nightmare which has gripped the city was over. He was rescued.
There was not a dry eye in the house.