Written by Ronniebeans

Tuesday, 11 March 2008

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March 11 - Washington, DC. Secretary of State Condeleeza Rice has been identified as a frequent client of an underground male prostitution operation based in Gonzo Heights Housing Projects in Washington, D.C.

A website, identified by FBI sources, has been been under surveillance for over a year for providing "authentic gang banger services" for top tier clients in the Washington, D.C. area. Undercover surveillance pictures capture two escorts entering Rice's apartment in the Watergate Hotel on three separate occasions.

Thug Life, the alleged mastermind of the operation is quoted as saying, "Condy is a real freak; she sprinkled sand all over her bathroom floor, rolled around in it and had her "escorts" lick each grain off one at a time while she screamed George Bush's name".

Evidence collected includes two pair of thong underwear which is reputed to contain Rice's DNA.

President Bush refused comment to questions shouted at him by news media, but one news service reported that he mumbled, "I know she ain't seeing nobody cause I'm wearing that ass out!"

A sealed indictment is to be opened at noon tomorrow. Rice has scheduled a news conference for 11:00 a.m.

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