Cupid Boot Camp Exposed in Predawn Raid

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Saturday, 8 February 2014


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French anti-love-terrorist head Vive' le Stokkings

Hearing reports of "Love Bombings" around the world, officials in the NSA chose to take pre-emptive action today at was has been termed an underground "lovehub".

Tracking coded letters and cards to the center of world romance, Cote'-de-Snuggell in Southern France, a consortium of international security officers assaulted the compound in the early morning darkness.

Over 300, scantily dressed but well armed cherubic males were taken into custody. Multiple sets of miniature but lethal bows and arrows were piled up by the front gate for press photographers.

" We don't know exactly what operations they were planning but we have become aware that they were infiltrating our national security because of the numbers of our agents lately who have fallen in love inexplicably. Sometimes with our own officers of the opposite sex. It was like a mysterious disease was overcoming us all!" stated Director James Ironspine. Ironspine was later seen holding hands with Media Operations manager Cindy Detziler.

French agents weren't included in the operation since everyone knows that they are rendered helpless when confronted with romantic situations. Last year's undercover flower stall foul-up by the Eiffel Tower is still a sore spot with the organization.

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