Was his throat slashed before or after his face was on the table in front of him? Didn’t anyone in the courtroom notice?
I thought sharp items were not allowed in jail. It must have been extremely slow and painful slashing one’s throat with a plastic knife, or was it a paper cut?
Only the writer saw it and reported it. A whistle blower?
I thought sharp items were not allowed in jail
Perhaps they make exceptions for inmates who think they are sharp?
Like those who don't want to share their cell? I'd hate to ask the writer what the real story is - those paper cuts can be nasty.