Red Expo was a leader among the office. He ended up showing the pain he was hiding in office suicide.
WCNN - Reporter
February 2, 2015
"Mr. Expo was such a beaming light in the office and I can't believe he killed himself. We are all so shocked and saddened by what happened here today. The only thing I know is it was definitely suicide and I definitely had nothing to do with it."
Police, by mid-day, had not yet proposed the option of foul play, nor had they considered identifying a suspect. However, police did overhear WCNN's interview with Mr. Diskette and it raised suspicion.
Investigators soon found inconsistencies in the way the network cable Mr. Expo used to hang himself was tied, the marks that were found around his neck, and the handwriting left of the whiteboard, presumed to be the writing of Mr. Expo, showed signs of duress, and forced. There was little detail offered in the note regarding Mr. Expo's personal life, and the suicide note appeared to only reference work life. WCNN was provided Mr. Expo's work schedule and he only worked 1-5 hours per month. This further raised suspicion with police since there wasn't enough evidence to show that Mr. Expo was as mentally distraught as once thought.
Drama Amid the Drama
Mr. Black Expo Sr. the 2 Millionth, and his wife - Mr. Expo's mother - Mrs. Blue Expo, and brother Mr. Black Expo Jr. the 2.1 Millionth came to Zonker Industries Inc. Limited LLC., the employer of Mr. Red Expo. Among the family was Mr. Diskette and Mr. Expo's best friend, Mr. Dry "Chuck" Eraser Expo (no relation). All were understandably upset and in shock.
As the family mourned the loss of their son, Diskette seemed rather unaffected, or when he did seem to show compassion, it seemed fake and forced.
The scene was grim and the mood tense, but the police got a positive ID of the body, and finished their interrogations.
Once the investigation was over, the authorities allowed WCNN to photograph the crime scene.
Crime Scene (viewer discretion advised)
The Plot Twist
In the flurry, WCNN snapped an image that would bring Mr. Diskette's genocidal plans to the world.
Police soon apprehended Diskette and his plot was revealed.
Mr. Diskette gave the following proclamation to police with WCNN standing by:
"I can't stand the Expo family! They have not only proven themselves to be a superior and long standing office supply, but they have contributed in the drawing of my prophet Muhammad countless times. When I found myself outdated and antiquated, I was lost. I searched for a new home - a new way to survive in a world where all my family had been thrown to the side. I found the Middle East, and within it, Islam. Afghanistan and Syria had yet to advance to the CD family and they accepted me with open arms. I went through combat training, and Islam training, and it all started to make sense. Islam taught me to hate everyone and that it was OK to kill people because my feelings were hurt. It started with France, and ended in Vancouver."
Mr. Diskette is now facing between two life-terms or the death penalty if convicted. The jury selection is expected to target those in and around Vancouver, WA who were born before 1980. Anyone born after 1980 most likely doesn't recall what a 3.5" floppy disk is.
Diskette's lawyers are all Muslim and say this is another example of "Islamaphopia" and are urging the case be dismissed. They say the only reason Diskette is on trial is because the American people don't understand that murder is simply an expression of religious freedom within Islam.