Please, check if this prelude is grammatically correct. As you see, it is completely imaginary…


With each passing day lately, Lilliput's chief of police Balak Ben Tsipor, makes a new statement to the media, each more sensational than the previous one. Once it was about DNA samples of the slain which allegedly are in Lilliput's police's possession, another was about a call initiated by him to indict the head of the rival kingdom's secret services due to his responsibility for the alleged assassination. And this week, he released no less dramatic statement according to which Mesopotamian passport holders would no longer be permitted to enter the dwarfs' kingdom. Due to the unprecedented praise which Lilliput's ever-active chief of police has recently been showered, it is likely that he is far from regretting Benjamin's elimination. After all, it is unusual for an ordinary policeman to become all of a sudden a media-star… And yet, the real important issue of this case is still ahead of us: