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Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell no Tales
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Author

Sir Edward Hawke

Publishing Company

None

Release Date

September 1, 2013

Completion Date

TBA

     

<p class="MsoNormal">This story is my view on what the 5th installment of POTC might be like. <p class="MsoNormal">September 13th, 1757

Jack Sparrow, be it known that you have been charged, tried, and convicted for your wilful commission of crimes against the crown. Said crimes being numerous in quantity and sinister in nature, the most egregious of these to be cited herewith: piracy, smuggling…" The long-winded official continued to read off his scroll, which was rather longer than he was accustomed. <p class="MsoNormal">Jack, still smarting from the exclusion of his title, listened absently to the list of crimes he had committed.

"…impersonating an officer of the Spanish Royal Navy, impersonating a cleric of the Church of England, sailing under false colors, arson, kidnapping, looting, poaching, brigandage, pilfering, and impersonating a commander of the British East India Company, depravity, depredation, and general lawlessness."

They had missed a few significant ones, but he supposed they couldn't catch everything, and 'general lawlessness' served as a blanket term for anything they had left out.

"And for these crimes you have been sentenced to be, on this day, hung by the neck until dead. May God have mercy on your soul." The clerk rolled up his scroll and nodded to the hangman. As the hooded man moved toward the lever that would drop the boards out from beneath him... <p class="MsoNormal"> 

<p class="MsoNormal">                                                                                                                               To be Continued

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