Thursday, March 19, 2009

Which is the Most Effective law Enforcement Agency

This is an old one, sent to me in an email by my friend P-Mac.

It’s a fictitious but humorous account of an administration trying to find the most effective law enforcement agency in the country.

The President was trying to determine the most effective law enforcement agency in the country and after months of eliminations had come down to three agencies – the CIA, the FBI and the NYPD.

The government decided to run a test to determine which of the three was really the best. So, they spray painted three rabbits gold and set them loose in three separate forests and let the three agencies have at it.

First the CIA planted cameras and listening devices throughout the forest, used look-alike rodents (fake squirrels and gophers) to try and ferret the golden rabbit out of the forest.

After six months the CIA issued a 1,027 page report that, in essence, said, “There’s no such thing as a golden rabbit."

The FBI surrounded the forest, brought in tanks to deploy tear gas and demanded the golden rabbit come out peacefully, when it didn’t respond, the FBI set fire to the forest and issued a statement saying, “The golden rabbit deserved that fate.”

The NYPD sent its officers into its forest to “search for suspects and interrogate them.”

After a day and a half the NYPD officers brought out a badly beaten bear, who kept shouting, "I’m the f*cking rabbit! I AM the f*cking RABBIT!!!"

I guess it just goes to show you, if you really want a crime SOLVED, with minimal environmental damage or eye strain, go get an NYPD cop!

H/T to P-Mac

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