“Safe as milk”
“When Harry met mibs”
"I’m from the government. I’m here to help you."
were the last words Harry Johnson would ever hear, just before his unscheduled
flight out his 12th floor window, on the afternoon of July 13th 1998
at 3:40 pm. Or so claimed Albert Grey, next door neighbour, and long
time friend of Johnson.
"I was taking out the trash at the time, that’s how come I heard the guy say that."
Albert, a prime witness in this case, unfortunately died of an ’acute myocardial infarction’ according to the Coroner’s report. No drug-testing or autopsy was made, and the body later disappeared, due to a ’mix-up’ at the morgue.
Little Johnny Novak, who was hanging out in the hallway at the time said: "I saw a man dressed in a black suit knock on the door of that weird guy in 12a."