Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Interpol Issued U.S. Hunting License

WASHINGTON, D.C. - As a way of raising money for health care, President Obama cancelled an executive order, now allowing Interpol to hunt U.S. citizens within the United States without fear of constitutional restraint. Before bagging Americans and hauling them off to World Court, Interpol agents must first take an online safety examination and a pre-certification test explaining how much more policing they'll accomplish without legal restraints faced by domestic law enforcement. Finally, Interpol must swear to only pursue "bad" people and those suspected of man-caused disasters. Foreign law enforcement licenses sell for $75, exam included, plus an annual $25 renewal fee. Interpol records will be kept at the Justice Department where they are inviolable. Attorney General Eric Holder stated Americans need not fear Interpol. "If you've done nothing wrong, you have nothing to fear. Besides, they'll have a license." (Photo: en.wikivisual.com)

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