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On December 12, Phyxation Fashion Company put on a sexy show of lingerie and undergarments galore. Enjoy the Photo Editorial of Phyxation's Winter Lace Fashion Show.
Pictures courtesy of Serenity (xidoll)
DJ Ren Blackheart
After the Show...
Candice Cain, Phyxation Fashion Company owner and host with models
Last evening, APPD responded to a call from Climax owner Makenzie Jay about a gunshot victim. The victim was identified by the police as Zach Cross, a relatively new citizen to town. Zach Cross was shot twice in the thigh and once in the flank. He was being attended to by Jay. She had reported the 911 call and was giving basic first aid to Cross before the EMT arrived. Cross reported that he had a meeting with a tall, dark, Russian accented man yesterday who was wearing gold chains and today he was to purchase some drugs from him but ended up being shot. From the physical description of the suspect shooter, the PD have a potential suspect but are still following a number of leads and such AP Times will not be releasing the name at this time.
Jay was able to provide footage from cameras to the PD but she has reported to the press these cameras do not cover the back of her club where the shooting allegedly took place. Due to this incident Jay is considering changing the security procedures and system at Climax but no decision has been made at this time. Jay also commented there were other women around Climax that could have seen the shooting but she was too busy attending to the victim to get names of the witnesses.
Cross was transported to APH for treated for the two gunshot wounds and has been recovering there should be released fairly quickly. AP Times did speak directly with Cross, he claimed he received a text message requesting the meeting behind the club for the purchase of illegal drugs by the man he believed was the person he met in the diner days prior. When approached he said the man spoke very little to him before pulling a weapon and shooting him.
He described the suspect as tall well-built man. He guessed his weight to be at least 250 pounds. He stated the man had a wide build and was over 6 feet tall. He said the man was of darker complexion but was under a ski mask with only his eyes exposed. He claimed the man had gold chains around his neck and had something protruding from his ankle sticking from his jeans but could not be sure exactly what it was. The man spoke with what Cross believes was a Russian accent muffled by the ski mask and also said a phrase that was translated by the paper to be “F- you” in Russian before pulling the trigger. Any and all leads regarding this crime should be reported to the APPD.
Reported by Jaden Montgomery
Time to open your pocket books for Zen Spa and their fund raiser for the Holiday Hope Project. Zen Spa is going to be holding an auction, auctioning off items donated by individuals and local businesses. The Holiday Hope Project is a charity that helps with those in need during the holiday season.
Anyone interested in donating items to be auctioned off can contact Monet Hart (at the Zen Den Spa. She will be visiting local businesses to encourage donations also.
When: Thursday Dec. 17th from 6pm-8pm
Where: Zen Spa
The event itself will have free massages for anyone who arrives between 6 - 8pm and hosting a BYOB - that's Bring your Own Bag (of make-up, any beauty supply) get free tips from the staff on how to use, or better items for your skin type.
Please feel free to contact Monet Hart @ 555-678-0912 (peacefulharmony resident) for more information or to donate towards the event.
AP Times will be donating free advertising to The Zen Spa through out the preparation of her event.
Just after the trial , Moon Powder, a reporter for the AP Times, interviewed Ms. Azariah for her comments about the results of the case.
Moon Powder: Ms. Azariah, did you expect the results today?"
Zoε Azariah: "That she'd evaluate me to be unfit for trial? The thought had crossed my mind... but 'hope for the best and plan for the worst' is the motto I live by."
Moon: “Could you tell me in your own words, what got you into that courtroom? I mean, did you really do what they said?"
Zoe: "People will accuse you of all kinds of things to make their lives convenient, Moon. Whether there's any truth in that... only the trial can tell for sure. What you need to know though, is that the cops are under a lot of public scrutiny for not being able to catch the people responsible for the serious of killings that have plagued the island. I seem to be rather convenient for the candidate of a murderess, being as solitary and... attractive, like you say."
Moon: "Nicely -- and delicately -- answered, Ms A -- so what you're saying is, you have been falsely accused of every charge, and the reason for that, as you see it, is that you're a beautiful woman, alone in a town of lawmakers and enforcement officers who can't seem to get their jobs done. How do you explain all the prosecution's so-called ... evidence?"
Zoe: "What I'm saying is that I've been misunderstood and falsely portrayed. I'm all for justice, given one is convicted of a crime beyond doubt. And the reason for that, is that cops do not practice the law. They practice what they feel is right, and their morality does not necessarily coincide with what should be ideal, in a lawful society. For example. Chief DeSanta is frequently swayed by emotion, over his sense of justice. He tried to strangle me to death once, while I was unarmed."
Moon: "A police chief trying to strangle a citizen? I'll report your side of the story, Ms Azariah, without tossing in my opinion, but -- somehow, I think you might be telling the truth."
Zoe: “Good night, Moon.”Moon: “
Good night, Ms. A -- and thanks for the interview!”
As large numbers of people arrived to crowd the gallery, Judge Anthony Boscorell opened court again today for the second day in the trial of Zoe Azariah. Judge Boscorell began proceedings with the exchange of evidence between the prosecution and the defense and discovered, to everyone’s surprise, that while the defendant has a lawyer outside the courtroom, she chose to represent herself in the actual proceedings – a requst that the judge withhheld a decision pending his confidence in her competence.
Azariah proceeded to provide the prosecution with a brown paper bag containing her evidence for their review. While Boscorell offered the prosecution a continuance to allow time for him and his staff to review the evidence, lead prosecutor Everett Thane decided to press on without delay, reviewing it later.
Moving into opening statements, Thane referred to an article in the November 30, 2015 AP Times, where the alleged crimes were identified publicly. Specifically, he said, "if anyone read the November 30th edition of the AP Times, it lists for everyone to see, the charges Miss Azariah is suspected of committing ... murder, attempted murder, kidnaping, assault, resisting arrest, and on and on. In fact, 17 charges are filed against her. Could it be possible that one person ... this one attractive female, could have possibly committed these unspeakable crimes?"
Thane seemed confident he would be able to prove without reasonable doubt that Azariah committed all of these crimes and in his words, “does not recognize remorse, or even penalty of law” and went on to say “she is even proud of her accomplishments of such terrifying acts against the people of Asphyxiation Point."
In her opening statement Zoe Azariah pled innocent to all the charges, adding, “... given the absurdity of the list of charges and the unlikelihood of it being committed by a solitary human being – one does wonder if the police have resorted to victimizing innocent young girls that live without support to convince the public that they still have the capacity to deal with crime in the city."
At that point, Judge Boscorell asked if the psychological evaluation performed on the defendant was available. After a delay, the defendant pressured the judge about it, and he remanded her sternly that he is in charge and will make the decision about allowing Dr. Steerpike’s report in the courtroom.
Prosecutor Thane called his first witness, Dr. Leigh Steerpike, to the stand. She testified that she conducted two 2- hour sessions with Ms. Azariah and that her assistant also conducted an IQ test and a personality trait assessment.
Under questioning, Dr. Steerpike testified that the purpose was to determine whether the subject is mentally incapacitated and/or mentally unstable. As for IQ, anyone who scores under 70 is considered mentally handicapped.
The judge pressed for Dr. Steerpike to provide answers to Ms. Azariah’s competence to (1) stand trial and (2) defend herself, and finally, the psychiatrist stated her opinion, to wide stares of disbelief throughout the courtroom, “Given the interviews and testing of Miss Zoe Azariah, she is not fit to stand trial at this time. She is incapable of understanding the differences of right and wrong and is disconnected from her actions in such a way that she is unable to comprehend the consequences of her behavior. It is my belief that she needs intensive psychiatric therapy and medication before she is ready to stand trial, much less participate in her defense."
The accused, representing herself, immediate stood up and requested a change of plea, “That changes things. In light of Leigh's [Dr. Steerpike’s] assessment, the defendant would like to plead innocent by insanity.”
Upon acknowledging, reluctantly, the new plea, Judge Boscorell issued the following order, “You will continue to wear your ankle bracelet, you are still prohibited from going to climax, consuming any alcohol or non prescribed drugs. I order you to to attend a therapy session daily with Dr. Steerpike at no less than 4 hours a day. I also order you to retain legal counsel, that would be an attorney, before coming back in this court room.” He explained that all prior existing orders still stand, and if she violates any of these orders, she will be remanded to an institution for life.
Prosecutor Thane requested she be confined to a facility until the final result is conclusive, as the judge dismissed the proceedings and tried to quell the crowd’s loud rantings with his gavel.
by AP Times Reporter Moon Powder
In September the AP Times printed articles concerning the suspected Blood Market which was believed to have hit AP. Victims were found throughout the city killed by supposed hired hitmen and then gutted of organs which is suspected to have been sold on the black market. The purpose of this market group was contract killers and the organs from their victims were sold for additional profits. Authorities found at the time this group was in several states including Louisiana and Michigan. As the killings stopped the investigation and the story dropped off as they do when there is nothing new to follow.
This weekend, the police received a random, anonymous tip sent to the Sergeant's cell phone in the form of a text under an encrypted and untraceable phone number with only the message, "theater" typed out. Upon approaching the scene police discovered a mutilated male who was identified as having ties with The Blood Market in the past. A message scrawled in the victim's own blood marked the white theater screen "So slow. See you at a scene near you!". Was this just a one-time incident or have these killers invaded our streets again?
Reported by Jaden Montgomery
Phyxation Fashion brings you.... Winter Lace!
On Saturday Dec 12 @ 6pm SLT come to the Climax and watch some of AP's most gorgeous men and women strut their stuff, wearing very little.
A fabulous runway show, followed by an after party with food and drinks, meeting with the models and who knows what else ;)
And last but not least... Live music by DJ Ren Blackheart!
It will be a night of sexy fun like you've never had here!
Questions? Contact Candice Cain (candicecain)
District attorney Madison Monroe called to 911 after seeing a body on the beach last week. Ms. Monroe reported the man, later identified as Devonoux Asura, looked to be barely alive and requested police and an ambulance services. Asura had been wrapped in plastic and chained to a standing beach structure. When Asura was examined by the EMT he appeared to be highly drugged and unconscious. He had been stripped of all his clothing and suffering from blood loss from his injuries as well as any sickness related to him being deserted out on the beach in the cold weather. Asura was rushed to APH where he was admitted for several days but has been released to his home and is under the care of friends and family while he attempts to recover from what can only be called a horrific incident.
In related incidents, Bethann Causten, who is an assistant in the DA’s office, called in to the APPD the next day reporting a break in to her residence. Although no items were reported missing the person left a present of jars of blood on her kitchen counter for her to find. We assume is the missing blood from her boyfriend and roommate, Devonoux Asura. At this point, Causten is concerned the events of Asura’s abduction could be related to her position within the court system since she is also perhaps being stalked.
APPD was called again regarding noises from Causten’s apartment just yesterday when a shopper at Pandora’s Box heard a noise sounding like a body falling and a cry out for help. APPD found Causten outside of the residence waving her gun around and a suspect, Roran Karu, escaping around the back alley close to Sen Corp from her apartment. The man was detained by police. AP Press did obtain a statement from Police Chief Warwick DeSanta regarding the incident and investigation on Asura’s abduction where he stated, “We are pursuing a number of positive leads and are making good progress with the case. Can’t really say more at this time”. Since Roran Karu was detained by the police we can only assume from this statement the second break in was perhaps unrelated to the abduction and the suspect involved is still at large.
Reported by Jaden Montgomery
A rumour has spread that the local and newly built gym has come under new management. But unlike most hearsay, chitchat, and gossip you may hear on the streets this snippet of information happens to be true. The gym's new owner, one Raquel Glass, has stated she'll not only be running the gym but will also be offering lessons in self-defense to any that might want to learn how to better protect themselves. She also intends for her door to be open to the APPD as a venue for them to use to provide their newer rookie officers and veterans alike with training.
Contact her on (555) - BTB - 0124 if you are interested in more information, or applying for a job. They're hiring.
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