BREAKING NEWS – Detroit, Michigan – Police are investigating the apparent electrocution of two people at a Detroit Public Lighting Authority building. A worker reportedly found the bodies just after 6:30 a.m. when he went to the substation to investigate a power outage. The pair are suspected of breaking in the front door of the substation, and they were in the process of stealing copper wiring when they were electrocuted by 24,000 volts. The families of both men have gotten attorneys with plans to file a lawsuit, alleging “wrongful death”. Their attorneys said they plan on suing the descendants of the people who are the most responsible for the advancement of electricity, including Thomas Edison and Benjamin Franklin.