Cambridge Telegraph Edition 65526 Friday 16th May 2008

From Wild Talents campaign.

Prime Minister Brown Announces new Law

The Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, announced yesterday new laws concerning people with these new extraordinary powers. To protect the normal citizen a new registration act has been passed by all the member states of the EU.

The Extreme Abilities Registration Act came into force Thursday midnight. It requires all people who have or thin k they have some of these unexplained powers to make themselves known to the local Police Authority. Then with the help of experts the extent of the gifts will be measured.It is a criminal offence not to register.

The Home Office and local Police Authorities will be introducing Extraordinary Police Officers who will be responsible for crime involving these super abilities.

This is what to expect

Caught on camera last night was an attack on an Army base by super powered protestors to the Act. The criminal known as Big Bob was filmed breaking out of his bounds and place of custody. He melted a brave marine who was doing his duty to stop this criminal escape.

Reports of military personnel having their mouths and noses blocked up and suffocating to death. The scenes of the protestors using their powers to explode the generators in the base. If it was not for the intervention of the Governments new Super Policemen, how many more normal people would have died?

Is this what we can expect as the norm now? Our quiet normal streets and life becoming a battle ground between these super criminals and super police?

World News

After Prime Minister Brown’s announcement the rest of the World announced similar laws.

In Paris a super protestor tore up the Eiffel Tower and threw this iconic landmark ¼ mile devastating residential block. In the ensuing fight with the Police and the Military the protestor was killed.

A suburb of Moscow was laid waste after a fight between warring super factions. Unconfirmed reports of the Russian Mafia and the Police battling it out.

DUE TO A FAULT WITH THE PRINTING PRESS WE COULD NOT BRING THE LAST FEW DAYS TELEGRAPH. NORMAL SERVICE HAS NOW RESUMED.

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