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(The Acorn that fell on the former policeman that shot citizen thinking it was gunfire)

Exclusive Interview with the Infamous Acorn


Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. Tonight, we have a rather unusual guest joining us none other than the acorn involved in that infamous incident during a police chase. Let's dive right in. In a shocking turn of events, an acorn that fell from a tree and landed on the hood of a police car, triggering a chaotic shootout, has come forward to tell its side of the story. The acorn, who prefers to remain anonymous, agreed to speak with us on the condition that we do not reveal its location or identity.

The incident occurred on November 12, 2023, when Deputy Jesse Hernandez and Sergeant Lisa Jones of the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a stolen vehicle near Fort Walton Beach, Florida. The deputies detained a suspect, Marquis Jackson, and placed him in the back of Hernandez’s patrol car. As Hernandez approached the car to conduct another search, he heard a loud thud and felt a sharp pain in his chest. He thought he had been shot by a silenced weapon and opened fire on his own vehicle, emptying his gun. Jones, who was nearby, also fired at the car, believing Hernandez was in danger123

The source of the noise and the impact, however, was not a bullet, but an acorn that had fallen from a nearby oak tree. The acorn, which weighs about 10 grams and measures about 2 centimeters in diameter, had hit the roof of the car with a speed of about 14 meters per second, according to our calculations. The acorn said it had no intention of harming anyone and was just following the laws of physics.

An Unexpected Encounter

Interviewer: Acorn, can you explain what led to your unexpected encounter with law enforcement? “I was just hanging out on the branch, enjoying the breeze, when a gust of wind blew me off. I had no control over where I was going. I didn’t even see the car until it was too late. It was an accident, I swear,” the acorn said.

The acorn said it was terrified when it heard the gunshots and saw the bullets flying. It said it tried to hide under the car, hoping to avoid being hit.

Deliberate Act

Interviewer: How do you respond to those who argue that your fall on the policeman during the chase was a deliberate act?

“I thought I was going to die. I heard the glass shattering, the metal crunching, the sirens wailing. I saw the smoke and the sparks. I felt the heat and the vibrations. It was like a war zone. I couldn’t believe what was happening. I just wanted it to stop,” the acorn said. The acorn said it was relieved when the shooting stopped and the deputies realized their mistake. It said it felt sorry for the suspect, who was uninjured but traumatized by the ordeal. It said it also did not feel sorry for the deputies, who were placed on administrative leave pending an investigation. "I mean ACAB am I right?". The acorn said it plans to stay away from humans and cars for a while and focus on growing into a mighty oak tree. It said it hopes to someday produce many more acorns and spread them across the land. “That’s my goal in life. To create more life. To make the world a greener and better place. To leave a legacy that will last for generations. That’s what I’m here for. That’s what we’re all here for,” the acorn said. Also I would like to sing a song for you called , "FTP", By Acorn.
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