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Wednesday, 26 January 2011

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We never comment on that kind of bollocks a government spokesperson said today

Bristol - (Pie-in-the-Sky): A non-Wikileaks source revealed today police frustration at subpoena attempts of vital aerial footage stored in the International Space Station's asteroid-proof archive.

Such surveillance data could provide vital alibis for alleged suspects in the Jo Yeates murder case - and/or nail a possible accomplice.

Officially the US military does not conduct satellite-based espionage of NATO partner countries.

Ministerial statements in the House of Commons have previously rubbished stories such as Pentagon satellite scans 'show Maddie running to Tapas Bar?' as reported by Spoof writer queen mudder.

"We never comment on that kind of bollocks," Minister Without Portfoilo Dave Tory Fatcat twittered confidently today.

Meanwhile top suspect in the Jo Yeates case has been moved to the remand wing of Wormwood Scrubs amid fears of local vigilantes storming HMP Bristol.

Vincent Tabak has stoically refused to implicate any accomplice who may have tampered with evidence 'like the missing blue-grey sock'.

Christopher Jefferies is 69.

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