December 18, 2009

London Investigates Agent Over Abuse

LONDON, ENGLAND – Her Majesty's Attorney General for England and Wales has decided to investigate an employee of the British Secret Service, Agent Austin D. Powers, amid allegations he tortured captives during Operation Bigglesworth in 1997.  The move follows an example set by the US Attorney General to re-investigate interrogation activities of CIA agents.  Criminal charges may result, depending on what is found.

Baroness Scotland of Asthal’s spokesperson stated that the Attorney General will investigate whether one suspect, well-known criminal mastermind Dr. Evil, was subject to “enhanced interrogation techniques” to divulge the details of his plan to put a large laser on the moon and use it to blackmail the United Nations.

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