Interpol officials have a new concern facing them in Europe. A relatively new organization - unofficially designated "the NAFTA Crime Syndicate" - has shown its face in the heart of western Europe.
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Mr. Schunke, a.k.a. "The Mexican"; Ms. McMullin, a.k.a "The Crazy Canuck," "The Existential Emasculator," "Jesus."
Until now, the guiding figures, namely, Mr. Schunke ("The Mexican"), Ms. McMullin ("The Crazy Canuck"), and the enigmatic figure known as "America's Young Theologian," have focused their disruptive operations in the United States. However, their impact is now being felt in Germany and other European locations. German President Horst Köhler announced Thursday that he had dissolved the German Parliament and called for early national elections, moving the vote for chancellor up by a year. Speaking on national television on Thursday night, Mr. Köhler agreed with an unusual proposal by Chancellor Gerhard Schröder, who announced nearly two months ago that he could no longer govern effectively and would seek a new mandate in early elections in response to the unsettling presence of the NAFTA Crime Syndicate. One Interpol official expressed the hope that the trio might be apprehended before they have a chance to disperse to other international locations.
These persons should be considered innocent until proven guilty.
If any member of the public has any information about one of the wanted persons, they should not contact the General Secretariat directly, but contact the police in the place where the person has been located or identified.
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