Posted by jtorrey13 on February 27th, 2009
CHICAGO (BN) - The rightful owner of the bones of Leo Johnson are once again under dispute.
Since 2423, the heirs of Johnson have been in many different courts of law with the Walt Disney Field Museum of Chicago over the remains currently on display in the “Early 21st Century America brought to you by Snow White” exhibit. Now, in a new case before the 489th Circuit Court of Waukegan, the Johnson family finally hopes for justice.
“I just want to return my great, great, great, great, great, great,” said family spokesperson Farfale Johnson, “Great, great, great, great, great, great….
“Great, great, great, great, great-grandfather’s bones into their rightful burial place in the Howard and Sons Great Nevada Bone Repository. I want him to join all the other Johnsons in section 4789856A-Q.”
While their demands have been rejected by the other 488 courts in Waukegan, Farfale still has hope that this time, the family will win.
Meanwhile, the Field Museum still holds to the fact that the bones of Johnson remain an integral part of their 21st Century exhibit.
“This is a skeleton that has so many great examples of what life was like in 2010,” said Cinderella-19, curator of the exhibit. “Look at the bones, hollowed from too much exposure to pigeons. Look at the slumped shoulders from the weight of such a harrowing economic time. On the right hand, you can see where he ate so many Doritos that it actually stained his phalanges. There’s just no way we can give it up with all of its educational value. Think of the children.
“However, there is a bright side,” added Cinderella-19, “We’re looking forward to adding all of these court cases to the Sneezy and Doc Hall of Litigation that explores how the legal system became the largest component of the United States of Hastings, Walker, Cole and Tisdale economy.”
Some pundits think that the cases belong in the “Remember Comedy Wing brought to you by DuPont and Bambi’s Mother” which is famous for its exhibit on Big News and its many shows that happened at 9 pm Sundays at the IOWest in Los Angeles. However, since comedy has been banned after the Congressional Comedy Removal and Natural Gas Preservation Act of 2286, experts say it can’t be labeled as such, but must be put under the “Ripley’s Believe it or Else Captain Hook Will Kill You” exhibit.
The descendants of legendary Native American Geronimo have sued the Yale secret society Skull and Bones, claiming the Skull and Bones stole Geronimo’s remains and currently possess them. Upon returning the remains, the Skull and Bones will now be referred to as. . and. . . (more…)