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Citizen Weapon Inspectors to search US embassy

New Zealand Citizen Weapon Inspectors to search US embassy on Sunday

New Zealand Citizen Weapon Inspection Team (NZCWIT)

http://geocities.com/citizeninspection/

Wellington, January 31,

On Sunday 2nd the New Zealand Citizen Weapon Inspection Team (NZCWIT) will attempt to inspect the facilitates of the US embassy in Wellington, looking for evidence of weapons of mass destruction owned and operated by the Unites States (see our website for background information, past press releases, open letter to the embassy etc). It is believed that the United States has the largest arsenal of illegal weapons of mass destruction and its presidential palace, the embassy in Wellington, might harbour important information.

Inspectors will be dressed in suits and protection overalls and carry a variety of tools helpful in weapon inspections. It is expected that some of the inspectors will attempt to enter the premises.

Chief Inspector Sarvis said: ”There might be rogue nations in the world but there is only one rogue Superpower. The United States has the largest arsenal of weapons of mass destruction and our inspection will be the first step towards the disarmament of the Unites States.”

The inspectors will gather at 11am at parliament buildings. Media is invited to meet us there. The chief weapon inspectors will be available for interviews.

“If they do not disarm, we will disarm them”

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