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Written by Brian Steele | bsteele@repub.com on massive.com… click here for full article
on April 18, 2016 at 10:33 PM

“SPRINGFIELD – At-large City Councilor Timothy J. Rooke is offering a $500 reward in the case of a stolen bust that honors a former state lawmaker. The bust of Springfield state Rep. Anthony M. Scibelli, who represented the South End on Beacon Hill for nearly half a century until his death in 1998, was stolen from its pedestal outside the Mount Carmel Society social club sometime over the weekend. Rooke said the reward is for the arrest of the person or people responsible, or for the return of the bronze bust. The memorial to Scibelli was dedicated in 1999 at a ceremony attended by then-Gov. Paul Cellucci. It cost $35,000. Scibelli was a well-respected and active member of Springfield’s Italian-American community. Frank Magnoli, manager of the Mount Carmel Society, said he was “our brother.””

THEN THIS HAPPENED

ROUND UP THE USUAL SUSPECTS

Nelson is the go to young crime lord of the greater Springfield area

Little Ralph Wigam… son of the police chief thinking no one will suspect him, motivation maybe thinking becoming a bad boy will help him woo a certain Lisa Simpson

Apu… maybe the local Quik-E-Mart owner is unhappy with some local zoning ordinances being pushed through and wanted to send a message to the local politicians about their lagacys? just sayin’

AND FINALLY WE KNOW IT WAS BART…BECAUSE IT’S ALWAYS BART

Don’t you remember The Tell Tale Head? No youtube available due to copyright…here’s a little wikipedia rip off instead…(look at those sources)

“The Telltale Head” is the eighth episode of The Simpsons’ first season, and it originally aired February 25, 1990.[1] It was written by Al Jean, Mike Reiss, Sam Simon and Matt Groening, and directed by Rich Moore.[2] In the episode, Bart cuts the head off the statue of Jebediah Springfield in the center of town to impress Jimbo, Kearney and Dolph, three older kids he admires. The town’s residents, including the three boys, are horrified and Bart regrets his actions. After telling his family, Homer and Bart head to the center of town, where they are met by an angry mob. After Bart tells the mob he has made a mistake, the townspeople forgive Bart and he places the head back on the statue.[1] The episode’s title is a reference to the short story “The Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe.[3]

Told you the Simpsons did it

 

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