Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Toronto Experiments With Police Brutality on Chilean Soccer Team

It's common knowledge that non-white celebrities can escape racial profiling. It all depends on how famous you are, though. The Chilean soccer team? Definitely not that special.

"We thought this would be the right time to showcase Toronto's strength at police brutality," said Toronto police chief Bill Blair. "Our force totally assumed the Chliean soccer team was smuggling cocaine, so we just attacked them," he said.

"It was very rewarding," said Jessica Moliere, police constable. "I think the Chileans should shut the fuck up and stop complaining. They were obviously guilty of smuggling drugs into Canada. We just have to plant the evidence, err, I mean, reveal the evidence which has been classified."

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