Thursday, June 28, 2007

The FBI's On The Case All Right -- Of A Missing Book?

Given that the FBI continues to aid and abet those who were behind the attacks on 9-11, through the seizure and destruction of pertinent evidence which would prove that these attacks were an inside job, I am sure that it will come as no surprise to the American people to learn that the Bureau has just cracked the case of a missing manuscript from the late author Pearle S. Buck's novel The Good Earth.

The Case Of The Missing Manuscript

This sounds more like a topic that some kid would be reading about in a Hardy Boys' adventure novel; not something that the country's so called premier law enforcement agency would be tackling.

The manuscript, which had been missing for roughly four decades, was recently located by the Bureau.

Forty years with the FBI punching the clock just to find a missing book. Can you imagine what the tab on this must have been? This manuscript may well be the most expensive ever. Perhaps the FBI should just put it in the Smithsonian as yet another example of how it continues to fleece the American public.

It is so reassuring to know that the FBI can't prevent terrorism like the original attack on the WTC Towers in 1993, the Murrah Building bombing in 1995, the missile attack on TWA Flight 800 in 1996, and 9-11, but they can send out cells of their agents to search for the manuscript to a book!

Is it any wonder why the FBI is always complaining that it is understaffed?

The American people are forking over their hard earned tax dollars so that the FBI can investigate the whereabouts of a book?

And these FEDS actually want us to take them seriously?



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