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The assassination

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Introduction

THE ASSASSINATION Alan awoke at 7.00 a.m. just as he would on any other day. Lazily, he clambered out of bed, slowly lolloped over to the window, where he drew back the curtains. He looked down from his second floor flat, at an already very panic stricken Victoria Street, in Battersea. Alan was a very successful car salesman, although one would not have said that he was always very honest or trustworthy. Alan owned his own car show room which was situated about five miles to the south of Battersea, where he lived. He was always boasting about his car showroom. His arrogance of nature, together with his dishonesty were possibly the reasons why he hadn't had a relationship in ten years. Little did he know that his actions of last month would soon lead to catastrophic consequences. ...read more.

Middle

Sean was already stepping out of a taxi in Victoria Street. He had been watching Alan very closely for the past four weeks and had devoted a lot of his time to stalking him, knowing exactly what time he woke, what time he left for work, what pub he drank in, where he went after work. He even knew exactly what he had for lunch, but that was the nature of Sean, always completely focused on the job in hand and never becoming distracted or fouling up. Sean had been following Alan for several minutes, keeping a close eye on his every move. Sean's long black coat began to flap in the wind and his curly jet black hair was blown out of his face to reveal menacing green eyes and an angry expression drawn all over his face. ...read more.

Conclusion

Sean felt a sharp, red hot poker-like pain to the centre of his body and clutched his stomach in sheer agony. Blood pumped through his fingers as he cried out for help but it was pointless. He had been shot and nobody could hear his screams. Slowly, Sean turned around to see Alan standing twenty paces in the direction that he had just come from. Alan had cunningly ambushed Sean, with ease. Another ten seconds passed and Sean dropped to his knees, staring at Alan in disbelief. Casually, Alan began walking towards Sean and by the time that he reached him, he was dead. The pavement oozed with Sean's still warm blood. Alan removed a handkerchief from his jacket pocket and began wiping the revolver with it. As soon as he was convinced that any trace of a finger print on the gun was removed, he placed it in his victim's hand and began walking away without a second glance 2 1 ...read more.

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