Ara (a’-ra): Cursing or expressing detest towards a person or thing for the evils they bring, or for inherent evil.
You stole everything from me you goddamned piece of shit. My heart. My home. My savings. My self-respect.
You are such a spectacular liar, you’ve turned my friends, and even my family, against me. But, I do have character witnesses who will be testifying on my behalf at my trial. I met them here on Ward 12 and they all promise to take their medication before testifying.
I don’t know how it came to this. I still don’t understand how you took everything from me and said it was justified by my mental incompetence, the “horrible thing” I did to you, your “need for safety” from my “viscous madness” and your need to protect my wealth and property from my craziness (diagnosed by a quack friend of yours at the psychiatric hospital).
What the hell did I ever do to you you back-stabbing, sulfur-stinking spawn of Satan? Nothing. Nada. Zilch. My lawyer Fido will get me off and get me everything back. He’s a cute Airedale Terrier who went to Harvard and knows how to deal with so-called “people” like you. He visits me nearly every night in my room. My other lawyer, Mr. Nelson, is an idiot. He wants me to plead insanity and get me the lightest sentence possible. When I told Fido, he growled and wouldn’t stop barking. That’s enough for me! No deals Mr. Nelson.
See you in court devil man!
Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu).
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