Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Monday, November 8, 2010

Terrorist Cell Happy In Prison

Sons of Imprisoned Terrorists Head To Central America

by Winsip Custer CPW News Service

The terrorist group that was planning on sending radio controlled model planes carrying explosives to Washington to protest any vote on the repeal of the Obama healthcare plan, is finding that their new life in prison is not so bad. "They are celebrities here," said Warden J. J. Jovetts of the Wilmington, Deleware Federal Correctional Facility where the men were being held until their trial in January.

 Barry Sulllivan is scheduled for surgery on his Crohn's disease on November 30 and his Parkinson's will be treated by drugs until it becomes really debilitating. At that time he will receive some electronic implants from Dr. F. C. Caron, an internationally recognized authority on Parkinsons and one of only a few brain surgeons to undertake the cutting edge implantion of electrodes in the right and left hemispheres of the brain to control Parkinson's tremors. This will mean that he will be able to eat his powerded eggs without them bouncing off of his fork onto the stainless steel table and onto the refectory floor. If we had fly fishing here, which of course we don't, his jiggling hands would make him a natural," said Warden Jovetts.

Meanwhile, we are told by members of the men's families that some of the sons and daughters are moving to Medellin, Colombia to help establish a new business that will hopefully sustain their families until their jailed relatives serve out their prison sentences. "We're going to be building and flying small radio controlled, GPS directed airplanes from the Escobar Airport just outside the little village of San Paolo, Colombia, said Billy Sullivan, Barry's oldest son and new president of I Got No Damn Healthcare, Damn It  party based in Mena, Arkansas. Barry is also the CEO of the new Mena, Arkansas based Midget Avionic Solutions, Inc.

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