Tuesday, May 01, 2007

New disease targeting adults in China accused of corruption

Simon from Simon World sheds light on a new and terrible disease that recently hit a judge in China accused of corruption: SADS - Sudden Adult Death Syndrome!

The Chinese judge accused of corruption died of SADS, not cuts to his face, gashes across his lip, mistreatment by China's police, torture or stubbing his toes. "There were no reports that torture was used to extract a confession, or bodily harm caused by guards, or an assault by cellmates."

Of course not.

I expect this terribly contagious and alarming disease to spread rapidly amongst other freedom-loving, democratic societies such as those found in Egypt, Iran, Syria, Russia, and Zimbabwe.

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