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FutureStarrState of Georgia vs Denver Fenton Allen
What happened on the night of the first robin in recent years, anyway? What day was it? What happened to the leaves? It is OK to ask these questions.State of Georgia vs. Denver Fenton Allen is an animatic of Rick and Morty, featuring versions of Rick Sanchez and Morty Smith, playing the roles of Denver Allen and Judge Durham in a word-for-word reenactment of the court case of the same name. It was released on Adult Swim's YouTube account on August 4th, 2016.
Denver Fenton Allen, 33, pleaded guilty Monday after Judge Billy Sparks denied Allen’s motion that he killed Stephen Rudolph Nalley in self-defense after just five days in the Floyd County Jail, the Rome News-Tribune reports. Allen claimed his court-appointed attorney had made unwanted sexual advances toward him and was inadequately prepared. Durham said he doubted those claims and recommended that Allen go to trial with the attorney rather than represent himself, prompting Allen’s incredibly crude tirade. State of Georgia vs. Denver Fenton Allen is an animatic of Rick and Morty, featuring versions of Rick Sanchez and Morty Smith, playing the roles of Denver Allen and Judge Durham in a word-for-word reenactment of the court case of the same name. It was released on Adult Swim's YouTube account on August 4th, 2016.
The entire transcript of the court case was released to the public. Since then, there have been many people who make reenactment videos of the court case, going word for word, based off of the transcript. In July a Rick and Morty version of the video representation of the court case was shown at Comic-Con, and was later released on Adult Swim's YouTube account. Rick Sanchez and Morty Smith took on the roles of Denver Fenton Allen and Judge Bryant Durham, respectively. Justin Roiland reprised his role as Rick and Morty, while the Deputy Sheriff, Mr. Wyatt, and the Court Reporter were respectively voiced by Sarah Carbiener, James Atkinson (who edited the video), and Tom Kauffman. After the hearing Judge Durham recused himself from the case. He was later admonished for getting into a verbal sparring match with Allen. Durham apologized for his behavior. Allen later tried to draw another judge into a verbal sparring match, but instead of taking the bait the judge simply had him removed from the courtroom. After a competency evaluation, Allen pled guilty to the murder in late 2017 and was sentenced to life imprisonment. Upon pronouncement of the sentence Allen threatened the lives of several people present in the court room. He is currently in Floyd County Prison in Rome, Georgia, USA. (Source:rickandmorty.fandom.com)