Venus flytrap lures Enron heist gang to CIA island

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Tuesday, 8 June 2004

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(Greenwich Royal Observatory, London) In a once in a lifetime occurrence visible only to lie-detector trained specialists, a gigantic Dionaea Muscipula this morning crossed the Earth's orbit and headed straight to an area cordoned off by the Defense Intelligence Agency near Savannah, Georgia ahead of President Bush's G8 summit-or-other meeting of successful Enron fraudsters, thieves, money launderers and assorted felons specialising in US energy industry illusions.

Regarded by experts as the foulest smelling of all the Diana Musculars, the phenomenon is renowned for attracting the nastiest of grubs and insects which are compulsively drawn by its aroma of rotting flesh and fetid excrescences.

Months of detailed planning has gone into setting up this congress, only days away from the President's grand finale festivities when he leads the nation in mourning the death of convicted murderer/sex offender and Ronald Reagan look-alike Bryan Freeman, who so successfully conned millions of ignorant voters both in the State of California and at national level.

A full complement of US destroyers, frigates and nuclear-powered submarines is surrounding the island, awaiting the one word guaranteed to ensure the response of "Fire!": ......

She's "DEAD".....Shhhhhhhyou know who....

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