Thursday, May 18, 2006

Breaking News: Antiterrorism taskforce cracks mystery blast case

May 19, 2005 (ADDIS ABABA) -After extensive investigation of last Friday’s ninetuple bomb explosions in the capital, the Federal Police Antiterrorism Taskforce today announced that they have linked the incident to a group that calls itself Blogger. The “anti-peace element” has been operating in clandestine to prevent peace prevailing in the country and undermine the constitution.

The taskforce cracked the case after discovering that ‘blog’ actually means ‘bomb’. According to Federal Police Commissioner Workineh Gebeyhu, who explained the process of the investigation told Walta that the words ‘blog’ and ‘bomb’ start with the letter “B” and suspiciously have four letters each. He also added that “’blogger’ is just another way of saying ‘bomber’”. He emphasized that it required the taskforce to work day and night to solve the case.

A press release from the prime minister’s office stated that “the government will not tolerate those who want to disrupt the peace in unconstitutional ways!” PM Meles congratulated the taskforce for the swift investigation adding that he will extend his hands to those who brought the perpetrators to justice.

Addis Ababa residents who we spoke to today expressed their confidence towards the taskforce and the government in bringing criminals to justice. Ato G/Senay Tolosa from Mercato area said that he expects the government to take all necessary means to protect the constitution from “anti-peace particles” adding that “antipeace particles ate his peas”. W/O Minyelushal Kebede form Shiro Meda expressed her appreciation to the task force and hopes that the price of peas stabilizes now that the “anti-peace” elements have been apprehended.

To prevent further atrocities, the group’s official outlet known as blogger.com has now been blocked. From now on bloggers can only commit more heinous crimes only through web based proxy servers that let them remain anonymous.

Based on their accomplishment, the taskforce is now looking into the alleged financing of genocide through the Gene Bank.

3 Comments:

Blogger Arif Dreams said...

Did they really block the website (amazing). Well, if there is a will, there is a way. You can use your email to post to your site. The Mail-to-Blogger feature turns any email account into a blog-posting application.

1:26 PM  
Blogger tsegasaurus said...

the amusing part is, you can post with out a problem but can not access blogs hosed on blogger.
It almost makes you wonder if this is another technical glitch when it is just another typical halfarsed job done by an ETC employee. You gotta appreciate our intrinsic sluggish behaviors sometime

3:24 AM  
Blogger Nick said...

There has been a dramatic expansion in the size, scope, and capacity of civil society which has come in the wake of growing democratic governance throughout the world.Nowadays there are best equipment for law enforcement, Antiterrorism and Civil protection, military and civil protection agencies.

1:12 AM  

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