The Criminal Activity series:
Peter Throw's trial has just begun but a lot of questions are already flying around among journalists covering the event.
Of particular curiosity to the press is a mysterious female-witness.
She didn't show up yet at the trial, as she is supposed to be the last witness to testify.
Her name is Faty Peartree.
-Who is Faty Peartree...?,
they ask aggressively,
-Who is that woman who dares to fight alone the Fourhouses armada of witnesses?... who is that woman!?...
Very little is known about her.
Some rumors say that she is a former student of Peter Throw...
one journalist asked, as he could not believe it.
His colleagues immediately followed with a barrage of intriguing questions:
-Is she also contaminated by Throw's foolishness, like elder Castro...?
-Is she an inmate at a psychiatric institution too...?
-Will doctors allow her to come out to testify...?
Nobody is sure. But one thing is for certain.
The press has already decided that this trial has a hero - and a female hero at that.
They are calling her Joana d'Arc.
The Joana d'Arc of Littlebushes.