Thursday, January 21, 2010

Lithuania's CIA Prison Investigation Ends

The Lithuanian Seimas voted this week to determine whether a CIA prison existed in the country with 71 MPs voting in the affirmative. Twelve MPs said there wasn't, and 17 abstained, many citing fear of receiving a hot poker in the rectum from a disgruntled CIA staffer. Minister of Defense Rasa Jukneviciene said that unpleasant things needed to be solved and that issues become complicated. "And as everyone knows," said the minister, "parliament was never intended to deal with complicated matters." The minister said Lithuanian-American relations would not be affected and added that "the CIA is welcome to continue to operate their equestrian club and stable as long as they do it in the basement of the American embassy."
Lithuanian nudist equestrian, left, after nasty fall from horse.

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