Tuesday, May 10, 2011

U.S. to Question Living Dead

By D Pressing News Ace Reporter, Andy Ashling.

"Pakistan may let U.S. investigators question the three individuals claiming to be wives of Osama bin Laden," said a U.S. official.

"This is a highly sensitive matter," said an official close to the investigation. "These are not what we normally think of as 'women'. Think about it."

Interviewing the so called Brides of bin-Ladenstein, or Womenoids, could begin to stabilize relations between the U.S. and Pakistan, relations that have been strained by the two kill shots the al Qaeda leader recently decided to accept from his Seal Team VI escort.

A Pakistani government official denied giving the U.S. permission to uncouple electrodes from the necks of the wives, saying local investigators had yet to figure out what, "...this strange and perplexing thing you call electricity" is.

"It's too early to even think about it," said the official, referring to the U.S. request to allow their top investigator, Igor Dowager (a.k.a. What Hump?), to question the Womenoids.

Pakistan says the three wives, one from Yemen, one from Saudi Arabia, and one from Beverly Hills, California, and several organic substances thought to be their offspring, will be repatriated.

Pakistan was making contacts with their countries. So far the only response has been from Legal Zoom's attempts to provide counsel for the California bride in her alleged suit against eHarmony.

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