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Friday, 22 November 2013

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PADUCAH, Kentucky - Law enforcement officials in Kentucky have stated that they have captured two Al Qaeda operatives.

A representative with the Kentucky State Police informed the news media that officers had apprehended known Al Qaeda members Wally Ramadink, 51, and Shareefer P. Hamster, 29.

Both terrorists were identified by taking DNA samples from two partially eaten Big Macs which were in the kitchen of their trailer house.

Both men had been staying in the trailer and had been spotted by neighbors removing weapons from their SUV and taking them into their trailer house.

When state officers arrived at their trailer and went inside they found quite a weapons cache.

One state policeman, identified as Officer Abner "Bubba" Collinfest informed the news reporters that he and his fellow officers had found three buccaneer swords, four Comanche spears, two 7th Cavalry scabbards, a Chinese Dragon Sword, and half a dozen Industrial scissors.

The weapons had been stored in a U Store Da Stuff Y'all Storage Unit located about two miles from their home.

The weapons were to have been shipped to an undisclosed Al Qaeda location in Karachi, Pakistan.

SIDENOTE: State officials stated off the record that the two men will remain in custody and will most probably be sent down to Gitmo, Cuba where they will be waterboarded until they reveal the location of the Al Qaeda building where they were to have shipped the weapons via FedEx.

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