When reading the Headless Horseman his Miranda rights, is it fair to skip the part about the right to remain silent?
I mean, he doesn't even have a neck — courtesy Ichabod Crane, in FOX's ludicrously silly and ridiculously fun "Sleepy Hollow." Now that he (like this Rap Sheet blog) has risen from the grave, Crane and Lt. Abbie Mills won't rest until he and his murderous cohorts are stopped.
But just how many crimes has the Headless Horseman committed since resuming his hellish ride? If Mills locked him up — for good this time — and put the Horseman on trial, how much prison time would the immortal monster be looking at (uh, metaphorically)? I've gone to the trouble of breaking down the Horseman's crimes by episode, with a final judgment at the end.