Source of Swine Flu Pandemic from Mexico Found, Photo Documentary Evidence, another PhotographyUncapped Exclusive

The Just Discovered Evidence, or, Clue to You
The Just Discovered Evidence, or, Clue to You

Last Updated: 14 October, 2009

You won’t read this on the ‘mainstream media’ sites. Our secret whislteblower has revealed photo documentary evidence of the source of the H1N1 Swine Flu pandemic from Mexico. The CDC hasn’t got anything on us! It seems that there is a ‘Swine-phoid Mary’ responsible for spreading this outbreak. Our crack editorial investigative staff has been working around the clock to piece together the details.

Who – Where – How?

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Our conclusion?

  • Ms. Lee
  • In Mexico
  • With swine

Ms. Lee photographed with 'The Pig'
Ms. Lee photographed with 'The Pig'


Apparently she was also seen in California, with meat.


In California, with Meat (from CDC archives)
In California, with Meat (from CDC archives)


New York City Mayor Bloomberg was appropriately miffed to see this nonchalant pose in his fair city.


Schoolchildren in New York have been exposed
Schoolchildren in New York have been exposed


AND THIS JUST IN:

The Breaking Story is that she may also be involved in the bird flu outbreak!


Avian Flu, too?
Avian Flu, too?

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Editor’s Note: All of the photographs in this expose’ were submitted to PhotographyUncapped by our source. Thus, we had no control over the image quality. They are presented here for the sake of information transparency.

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Author: onthewind

Itinerant guest writer, traveler, explorer

7 thoughts on “Source of Swine Flu Pandemic from Mexico Found, Photo Documentary Evidence, another PhotographyUncapped Exclusive

    1. I thought hard about posting this piece beforehand.

      There are many serious topics which I think can be dealt with, in part, with humor. Humor helps us to process things, especially things in life we can’t really control. And, often, the things we are most afraid of make the best humor.

      It’s good to face the demons.

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