US Supreme Court Building; Deliberation Room No.17
“Do we have an agreement?” The 9 US Supreme Court Justices sat in a private deliberation room, hidden from the public view. Leather-bound books stuffed with several transcripts of United States Law lined the several bookshelves that surrounded the 9 most influential people in the country. They were quietly arguing with one another on perhaps what is the most fragile and controversial case that was ever set before them; the request: give permission to allow children from the age of 13 to participate in federal, state, and local law enforcement. The decision was split, 5 of the justices believed that this was an unconstitutional move, stating that it would ruin the image of our country, while the other 4 justices kept pointing out that this addition of manpower, would benefit the safety of our country entirely. It seemed that there was no end in sight…
1 First St NE, Washington, DC 20543; Press Room 9
Chief Justice John Roberts, stood tall and majestic like at the podium; the court had come to a final decision, he cleared his throat and began…
“Ladies and Gentlemen, Citizens of the United States of America. My fellow justices and I have reached a final decision on the controversial case of the United States Law Enforcement VS. The United States Government. We have decided that, through the best interests of our country, children from the age of 13 will be able to join law enforcement agencies at the federal, state, and local level. No comment will be made at this time; thank you all for your time, God bless you and God bless the United States of America…"
Jersey City, New Jersey
Suddenly a cackling voice comes over the radio
"Alpha K-11 we have a call for disorderly groups standing outside the door to 2 Kensington Ave."
"Alpha K-11 en route
Sirens blasted through the night. The Interceptor raced down a winding puzzle of congested streets. They arrived to what seemed like dozens of hooded teenages.