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Topics: Terrorism, Bible

Sunday, 25 August 2013

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Spoof journalist's subversive document

A Spoof journalist, passing through Heathrow from Germany on his way to Brazil has been questioned and been accused of 'carrying material that could be of value to terrorists'.

The document seized at Heathrow was called 'The Bible' and our man, who can only be known as JW, was faced with the fact that the document in question contained sayings by a known criminal.

Certain writings were cited as being 'likely to encourage terrorism'. Our man was faced with the known criminal encouraging people to exclude money lenders from 'the Temple'.

'This attack on capitalism' was seen as likely to 'fatally undermine confidence in the Banking system.'

Further, the criminal in question had suggested that a rich man could not pass through the eye of a needle. This again was deemed to be 'likely to destroy trust in the economic structure.'

Further example from this book were used to justify our Spoof journalist's detention. There were passages that 'justified child murder, by the father of a son', that encouraged the dictum 'an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth'. Clearly 'encouraging terrorism'.

Spoof lawyers are appealing for our man to be allowed his freedom, but to no avail.

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