U.S. Military Clears A-Team of Charges

WASHINGTON, DC—After more than 30 years spent hiding in the Los Angeles underground as wanted criminals, the members of the crack commando unit Alpha Team, commonly known as the A-Team, were cleared of all charges brought against them by the U.S. military, an army official announced Monday.

“In 1972, we arrested the members of the A-Team for a crime they swore they didn’t commit,” Gen. Stephen Lupo said. “They broke out of our maximum-security stockade, and from that moment forth, I thought of nothing but their recapture. However, a recent audit of their file has revealed that the arrest of the Alpha Force members was made in error. The U.S. military deeply regrets the mistake.”

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1 Response to U.S. Military Clears A-Team of Charges

  1. Silent says:

    You really do live your own world, don’t you….

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