Wikileaks founder Julian Assange dropped yet another bomb as he announced he would be revealing millions of dollars in unreported income earned by 'hack' writers on The Spoof.com aided and abetted by the site's editor Mark " Lil Madoff' Lowton!
Appearing at a press conference outside of his 100 room mansion in the UK where he is being held with kid gloves while his extradition to Sweden on Sex Charges are negotiated, Assange held up two CD's which he claims hold the names of over 500 Spoofers who have profited from their association with the international Satire Site.
Assange said he received the incriminating information from a former disgruntled accountant who was in charge of the elaborate scheme to defraud the governments of Canada, the US, the UK, Germany, France, Belgium, Australia, Thailand and Holland by making payments in Spoof Points under the radar, which could later be redeemed for cash or airline tickets through Ryan Air, a popular, user friendly Irish Airline.
Among the evidence presented was the mysterious awarding of over 700,000 'stealth points' which showed up in everyone's account sometime in 2009, and various other point deposits cleverly disguised as 'contest competitions' which were awarded although no contests were ever officially announced and the deposit of thousands of points appeared to be either 'random' or without merit, in effect a 'massive Ponzi Scheme to avoid taxes!"
A consortium of tax officials from all the countries are said to be cooperating in the investigations which is said to be 'complex, devious and mind boggling!"
A spokesman from the law office of Q. M. Mudder, LLC, representing the writers said that the charges were "pointless" and if not so serious would be "laughable, Ha-Ha!"
Speaking off the record an investigative source said they were looking into a successful guide service in Newfoundland allegedly owned by a proctologist, a chain of successful chip shops with headquarters in the Hebrides, a chain of Mercedes dealerships in Amsterdam, a Kangaroo meat packing plant in Brisbane, 148 Taco Restaurants in Texas,
a breakfast SERIAL company in the UK, a thorough bred horse farm in Kentucky, a gay escort service in Pattaya Thailand, a huge 'Cowboy Construction" firm in Ireland, and a successful private detective agency and security service based in SC, just to name a few of the more successful ventures under scrutiny.
A spokesman for Lowton, reached at a call center in India, said they were not authorized to comment on the governments' claims, as they didn't really understand the question but a supervisor who spoke English would call back to clarify the situation some time in the 'near future."