Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Don't film that refinery!

BoingBoing is reporting on a journalist filming a story about the 73,000 evacuees who are still being held in a trailer park ghetto behind barbed wire. To give some sense of the conditions these people are living in, the journalist filmed the Exxon oil refinery next to the prison refugee camp.

He was charged with videotaping “critical national security structure".

[Detective Frank Pananepinto of Homeland Security], in justifying our impending bust, said, "If you remember, a lot of people were killed on 9/11."

Yes, I remember "a lot" of people were killed. So I have this suggestion, Detective — and you can pass it on to Mr. Bush: Go and find the people who killed them.

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