Michael Crane will never be called a stool pigeon. The Arizona man, who's on trial for murder, refused to say a word when called to testify in the case, choosing instead to take the stand and squawk like a bird.
Crane was attending a hearing to determine his mental capacity when he was called to the stand the first time. At that point, he demanded that his name be written in all capital letters, and insisted that he be referred to as a corporation.
When he returned from a recess called to ponder these demands, Crane clammed up entirely and, when pressed, began his seagull-like squawking. He was forcibly removed from the courtroom, but told to return next month.