Date: January 14th, 2022 5:03 PM
Author: orchid casino
Scrambled eggs with jalapeno peppers, and a strawberry milkshake. The last meal of the condemned.
Novak Djokovic was hanged at Melbourne's Victoria penitentiary Monday night, his death the culmination of an operation that began on January 2nd when Australian authorities arrested the disgraced tennis star at his rented Melbourne home, where he was training for this year's Australian Open.
After a weeks long ordeal at Australia's most infamous detention center, a three-judge panel found Djokovic guilty of immigration fraud, vaccine misinformation, vaccine denial, and other dangerous thoughts. Djokovic, who had refused counsel, had uttered nary a word throughout the proceedings, and had taken Judge Irwin Morrison's sentence of death with an unflinching gaze.
The hanging took place at 6:45 p.m. “The world is about to sleep quieter tonight,” Judge Morrison said to a small assembly that included 3 regional ministers, 2 lauded health officials and, notably, the Prime Minister of Australia, who, garbed in his typical dark suit and crimson tie, had arrived at the Victoria courthouse earlier in the day.
Under penitentiary guard, a shackled Novak Djokovic was escorted from his detention block to gallows made of steel latticework, with a downward swinging door beneath his feet, that the Kangaroo Corps of Engineers had erected in a clearing near the penitentiary's southern edge. Affixed to a steel beam was a rectangular box with five circular, red buttons protruding from the case. In front of each button stood a uniformed guard. Atop the platform, another soldier slipped a braided noose around Djokovic's neck.
Judge Morrison addressed the execution detail: “When I say ready, and not one moment before, you will poise your left index finger in front of the button. You will keep it hovered there until I say execute, and then you five must simultaneously press your button. Only one of the five buttons will trigger the door, and none of you will ever know which button that was. Do you understand these instructions?”
“Yes, sir,” the five guards bellowed in unison.
A chaplain and a physician climbed the 13 steps leading to the top of the platform and stood beside a guard who was checking to ensure the noose was secure around Djokovic's neck. Below them, Judge Morrison asked if Djokovic wanted last rites or had any final words.
Djokovic broke his silence. “I’m Novak Djokovic, 20-time grand slam winner, 9-time Australian Open winner, you can’t do this to me,” he said, his voice quivering.
“It’s already done,” on guard shouted up at him.
“Ready.” Judge Morrison nodded at the execution detail.
After a moment’s pause, he gave the “execute” order, the guards pressed their buttons, and the grate beneath Djokovic's feet swung open. His legs and feet, still shackled at the ankles and adorned with ASICS shoes, twitched a moment or two, then stopped.
The rope was cut, and Djokovic's lifeless body lie sprawled in a damp patch of grass. The physician present checked his vitals and declared him dead.
A confidential source involved in Australia's mission to obliterate the unvaccinated said the overall mood was somber and melancholy; there was no celebration, no jubilation, just an atmosphere of contentedness, an acknowledgement that what had to be done, was done. The nature of his crimes overshadowed celebratory thought. But his reign of terror had come to an end.
“As much as Australian authorities hated him, this was purely business. Australian's care about the citizens who suffered, and would have continued to suffer, at his unvaccinated hands. Yes, his demise sends a signal to the unvaccinated. But Australia knows there are many more to go, and we won’t celebrate till the job is done,” our source said.