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Sunday, 15 April 2012

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President Obama shown on the phone talking to Chief Secret Service Agent Laramie Cobalt. (Photo by Malia Obama).

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Vice-President Joe Biden speaking from the White House Rose Garden informed the members of the White House press corps not to be concerned about the so called HookerGate incident.

The vice-president stated that President Obama had asked him to issue a presidential statement stating that the episode regarding the twelve (12) U.S. Secret Service agents and the sixteen (16) Colombian hookers was simply a diversionary ploy fabricated by the CIA in the interest of American security.

Vice-President Biden remarked that the circumvention tactic worked perfectly and that the dozen Secret Service agents were all flown from Cartagena, Colombia back to Washington, D.C. where each one will be receiving the nation's highest non-military citation, the coveted Platinum Pistol Award.

According to Winslow P. Pickenperry, one of America's leading presidential historians, the PPA has only been awarded six times in the history of the U.S. Secret Service, including twice to Chief Secret Service Agent Laramie Cobalt, who is President Obama's personal Secret Service agent.

Vice-President Biden disclosed that President Obama wanted it made perfectly clear that the entire Cartagena hooker incident was carefully and intricately planned and orchestrated by a committee of 17 CIA experts (9 male and 8 female) over a two month period.

The operational scheme which was code named, Operation Latin Satin was directed by two of the CIA's leading human resource executives who wish to remain anonymous.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: I called up Larry King and asked him if he knew the names of the two anonymous CIA human resource executives and he immediately divulged that it was Brunswick W. Duckmix, 53, and Alberto G. Gazpacho, 42.]

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