Friday, June 12, 2015
Bailiffs Receive Suspicious Letters from “ISIS”
In the Hague and Amsterdam, various bailiffs’ offices have received letters containing a powder which have been signed by “ISIS” and “Islamic Caliphate”. The letters say that the bailiffs should stop their work because they take money and goods away from poor people, which is forbidden by the Holy Koran. The letters claim that its contents are heavily contaminated with radioactive material from the supplies of the Syrian army. The police have no clue regarding the origins of the letters but do not believe they were sent by ISIS. The powder seems innocuous. The Royal Association of Court Bailiffs is worried about the increasing aggression toward its members.
Posted by Bad News Blogger at 7:38 AM