Alternate ending, 12 angry men
Act 3 pg 62 just after three has finished speaking for the sixth time on that page just before four's second line on that page.
Four I'm sorry I'm just not convinced. There's reasonable doubt to believe he’s innoc[The door flies open and a fully armed SWAT team storms the room, weapon pointed at the window where juror number eight is already perched on the edge, juror three stands up glaring at the troopers, one of which puts his hand on three's chest and throws him back into his seat] Eight [after a long silent pause leans backwards till he falls and catches another open window below pulling himself into it before the SWAT could peek out the window] Don't kill the kid, he's innocent! [After the team sweeps and clears the jury room and bathroom, a mysterious man, the director, walks in and half the team exits at the wave of his hand] Director Sit.
Three [Gritting teeth] We already are.
Foreman I’m in charge here, you’ll speak to me. Director [Dismissing the comment] Yes, yes. Now, as I'm sure you've realized your friend isn't as he seems.
Three I'll say. He wanted a guilty man to walk free. Nine An innocent man as the rest of us see him.
Six That was what we were just deciding.
Director Yes, yes. You are the jury deciding his fate, but I feel this is unnecessary for the guilty man would be none other than your friend as found by a secret jury of my peers in my line of work. It was
sheer coincidence he was placed on this jury, though. A good thing, too. It appears as if you would have voted the poor kid guilty and scared him half to death if not for the knowledge your friend held. Seven Oh, so he knew the guy then. Owed him a debt or something decided to kill him. He’s a murderer, obviously. Makes sense.
Director [Grinning] Yes, yes. That is the logical thing perhaps. He owed the murdered a couple ...
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