From Boston comes more evidence that Tony “The Slasher” Clement was right to kill the census. Sal Esposito, a cat in Boston that was apparently named as a pet on a recent US census, has been called to jury duty.
Despite the fact that the prospective juror doesn’t speak English, and is not between the ages of 18 and 70, court officials continue to insist that he must show up for jury duty.
The owners claim that if this matter is not settled by March 23, Sal’s service date at Suffolk Superior Court, they’ll bring him to the courthouse, presumably along with his litter box, some squeaky toys, and headgear that would raise concerns about his mental competence.
Just another example of the danger to society caused by those hated census forms.