Two Sweglord sisters arrested for the murder of the king and queen
Beth Fyres - posted 29, September
Passport photos of Lauren Hellewell and Edith Hellewell.
Provided/ Paris Hellewell
Police arrested two sisters from the notorious family of hitmen, known as the Sweglords, for the murder of the king and queen last week.
At dawn today, police raided the homes of gang leader 36-year-old Edith Hellewell and her 18-year-old sister Lauren in Windenberg and Forgotten Hollow.
The pair are now being questioned by police in Windenburg.
Last Thursday the city of Windenburg was shocked when the bodies of three members of the royal family, including the king and queen, were found beaten to death in the palace grounds.
Chief of Police, Damian Vile, stated during the initial investigation that they already had a 'pretty good idea' who their main suspects were.
According to information passed to the Windenburg police, a witness had heard Sweglords' gang leader, Edith Hellewell, 'threatening' Queen Gemma with a knife.
"The question is, what will they do when they're out?" says Vile, adding that the Sweglords are already 'pulling strings' to free their sisters.
"This is not the first time they have attacked this family," said Vile, referring to the 1977 attack where the Sweglords burnt down the building owned by the secret organisation, His Evil Services, that Queen Gemma's Grandmother was part of.
Further investigations are still underway into the possibilities of further attacks by the Sweglords.
His Evil Service's Headquarters, Newcrest, 1977
A meeting took place in the fast-growing town of Newcrest. A secret group of evil schemers, known as His Evil Services, was plotting.
“It is unfortunate for me to say this, but we live in a grave era. Good people walk among us everyday and tonight we have located the whereabouts of that abominable ‘we all love the people’ group, the ‘Goodie Two Shoes.’” Much murmuring and nods of approval could be seen among the listeners.
“Yes M. Doom!” said the skinny green woman at the end of the table.
“Talula runs a gang called the Evil Geniuses who specialise in malicious inventions and eavesdropping.”
“Well,” said Talula, “my son and daughter-in-law are spying on the Goodie Two Shoes as we speak.”
“Excellent. Tell us your plan.”
“It’s contrived and brilliant, though I say so myself,” said Talula.
“Just get on with it.”
“Okay okay! We plan to use the Evil Geniuses to test them out. See what they’re capable of, you know? My daughter-in-law’s brother is an excellent chess master. From what my son and daughter-in-law have discovered, Goodie Two Shoes', Ryder, is a member of The Knights of The Round Hedge. If she can get the brother signed up to The Knights, he can get close to Ryder and give us insight into how they strategise.”
“Not as contrived as I expected!” said M. Doom. “Go on.”
“Oh, but it gets better,” said Talula. “Besides my son, I intend to also use my daughter. I think she'll be perfect as she's a hopeless case. Too 'good' for her own good. Always wanted to be a member of the Paragons, you get the jist. I think she’d make an excellent mole. Would fit right into the Goodie Two Shoes mob. In fact, I bet they’ll be begging to have her, she’s that 'good'.”
“I see,” said M. Doom. “And what’s the mole’s purpose?”
“For anything you want!” said Talula.
“Oh." M. Doom began musing over the idea.
“And what about getting rid of them?”
“Well,” said Talula, “that’s the job of my sister-in-law’s older brother, Fred..."
"Not another name," moaned Eva Fowl. "I get it. You're well connected."
"Yes, I know. Anyway, he is a master creator of deadly weapons.”
“The Goodie Two Shoes are always celebrating 'life' and 'how lucky we are to live in such a beautiful world' and 'what a lovely vegetable patch they have.' Well, we thought we might create some 'fireworks' to help them celebrate."
“Oh marvelous absolutely marvelous!”
“I’m getting excited already!” laughed Ms. Vile to the right of M.Doom, but Ms. Fowl, on the left, was still unconvinced.
“We are talking about fire aren’t we? I mean a special ‘Evil Genius’ type fire. What if… they got hold of it?”
“The Goodie Two Shoes?” laughed Talula. “They wouldn’t use it if they did. Stop your worrying, Eva!”
“Not them,” said Ms. Fowl. “We’re not exactly loved, you know. I’m thinking more along the lines of our ‘best friends’, the Renegades... or worse, they hire someone else to steal it.”
“Oh don’t worry,” said Talula. “We have them under control.”
“But an excellent concern,” said M. Doom. “We have much to think about and a brilliantly contrived scheme."