Sunday, June 12, 2011

Sarah Palin behind Alaska woman's disappearance.

Missing Alaska sled dog musher turns up alive, safe

An Alaska sled dog musher who had been missing since the Memorial Day weekend has been located alive and safe, the Alaska State Troopers said Saturday.

Melanie Gould, the subject of a search that started June 1, contacted troopers in Cantwell, a community outside of Denali National Park. She is a seven-time veteran of the celebrated Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.

Gould was transported from there to a hospital in Wasilla, said Megan Peters, a trooper spokeswoman. "She appeared to be in good condition," Peters said in an email.

Peters did not elaborate on Gould's medical state.

Gould did tell troopers that she knew they had been searching for her and that she stayed away from those efforts until now, Peters said.

Due to recent valiant efforts by journalists around the nation, newly released top secret Sarah Palin emails show that the former Governor and mayor or Wasilla was involved in a secret conspiracy that involved a covert operation to kidnap Gould and waterboard her at a secret prison in Nome in order to extract information regarding shortcuts in the new Iditarod course so her husband Todd would be better prepared for next years race. More details to follow...

1 comment:

Gorges Smythe said...

See what happens when you watch network news too long, boys and girls?