A creationist has confused the whole of the judicial system by insisting the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) push forward and charge him with 'threatening behaviour' despite a complete lack of evidence. Stefan Days, 44 from Dunstable, is accused of sending threatening letters to well-known atheist Richard Dawkins, but he denies all charges.
'I know that I didn't do it and I believe all the evidence the police have shows I couldn't have done it' Mr Days told us 'but that shouldn't shake the police's faith that I did it. Although the case against me is purely speculative, the police should just ignore the evidence in my favour and stick with their opinion. My local preacher always tells me to have the courage of my convictions, and I believe the CPS should also have the courage of my conviction.'
A spokesman for the CPS told a gathered media this is the first time a defendant has asked to be prosecuted despite claiming innocence, and any 'normal person' being able to see there is no evidence. 'Things became more confused when we tried to tell the accused that his case was too weak, but he insisted his case was one week and continued on to describe how the world was made.'
The principles in question have split people across the country. The Tax Payers Alliance have said taking this to court will be a huge waste of money, however, creationists have publicly announced their faith in what has become known as 'The Stefan Days Theory'