United States covert operation over the Great Barrier Reef- “We found Nemo.”

In the most provocative attack on an intelligence leak defector yet, the US quietly took out “AquaLeaks” founder and former DFW employee Nemo Clownfisher in what was termed as a “failed training exercise.” Two U.S. Marine Corps Av-8B Harrier jets, launched off the USS Bonhomme Richard, publicly “nearly ran out of fuel while waiting for the target to clear and had to cut the bombs loose and return to the ship.” However, while on record they can’t “land with the bombs attached,” they were able to take off with them, or did they just pick them up somewhere along the way? And does anyone really believe that the U.S. would drop 2,000 pounds of explosives into one of the most fragile ecosystems on the planet? For those who failed elementary school, or live in Texas (same thing), the Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral system left in the world. It stretches for 1,800 miles along Australia’s north-east coast. Changing climate, and pollution have already caused massive die offs of coral that will never replenish itself within our lifetime. It has been declared a World Heritage Site and even more protected than Mr. Obama’s birth certificate. The story just didn’t add up to this reporter, so he sent off a few carrier pigeons, and waited, and his source same through again.

Speaking on condition of anonymity because janitors for the FBI aren’t allowed to comment on much of anything, Tom stated that highly sought after leaker of secret documents on the cover up of the scandalous clown fish spy program, Nemo, was spotted in the area. Witnesses say that as soon as Nemo drifted away from his entourage, the Harriers cut loose, verified their target hit, and returned to the ship. The Department ofFish and Wildlife refused to comment on the matter. The assassination brings to close yet another chapter in Mr. Obama’s book on bringing down threats to the State but, once again, at the cost of exposing an “ally,” this time Australia, harboring a U.S. fugitive. Obviously, in a manner all too reminiscent of Pakistan, the land down under is outraged.

USA Today reports that Australian Sen. Larissa Waters, the influential Greens party’s spokeswoman on the Great Barrier Reef, described the dumping of bombs in such an environmentally sensitive area as “outrageous” and said it should not be allowed.

“Have we gone completely mad?” she told ABC. “Is this how we look after our World Heritage area now? Letting a foreign power drop bombs on it?”

More as this story develops. Stay strong readers, the threat to national security Nemo no longer swims with the fishes.