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Wednesday, 30 April 2008

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Eldorado, Texas - (ReUterus & Ass Mess): One hundred pregnant under-eighteen year-olds taken from the Yearning For Zion polygamy nutters' hellhole have stunned doctors after ultrasound scans showed images of Jesus in their wombs.

Hospital staff were astonished to find that all twelve Stations of the Cross appear to be replicated in the expectant young mothers' fetuses as well as other typical Biblical poses of the Messiah.

"One Jesus image shows Him throwing the money-changers out of the Temple," a stunned obstetrician at the Seedy Signs Memorial Hospital in Austin said today, "another is quite clearly Jesus changing water into swine."

A number of ultrasound scans depict scenes reminiscent of the Last Supper with Jesus cuddling a pregnant St John.

"We don't know how they're doing it," an attorney representing the fundamentalist slave camp girls at a child custody hearing said today.

"This could of course be a spontaneous satanic form of Munchausen by Proxy Syndrome," cult expert and Clinical Professor of Psychopathology Dr V Smart explained.

"We're not expecting any babies to be born with horns or tails, however."

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