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Saturday, 25 July 2009

A Foreign Object Press (AFOP) - New York: Three mayors, two dozen rabbits and several zoo officials were corralled in the scandal, which feral prosecutors say initially focused on a carrot laundering network operating between Brooklyn, in New York, New Deal, in New Jersey, and Walt Disney World in Florida but eventually grew into an international sex for carrots network.

The network is alleged to have laundered tens of millions of carrots through animal shelters controlled by powerful rabbits in New York and New Jersey. Several zoo animals were told to have participated as unwilling spectators often required to film the exchanges between parties.

Five rabbits from the two states, two of whom lead congregations in the New Deal area, were accused of laundering millions of carrots, some of it from the sale of counterfeit lettuce and zoo ticket entry fraud, authorities said.

Prosecutors then abused a daffy duck informant from Disneyland in that investigation to help them go after corrupt politicians. "We are not ducking our responsibilities to go after these foul politicians." a senior official at the Justice Department punned.

The governors from both states issued statements in cooperation with animal rights activist groups "We are appalled that the leadership of our cities would be involved in such activities given the present available resources from the dairy industry. We can not accept the negligence of our leadership to exploit all relevant brothels for their entertainment. We are just a hare upset with their behaviour and have launched our own enterprise."

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