|Air Force One Subject of Internet Hoax|
|Ted Bridis (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Mon, 24 Apr 2006 07:10:07 -0500
By TED BRIDIS, Associated Press Writer|
A startling Internet video that shows someone spraying graffiti on
It was all a hoax. No one actually sprayed the slogan "Still Free" on
The pranksters responsible for the grainy, two-minute Web video -
"I wanted to do something culturally significant, wanted to create a
The video shows hooded graffiti artists climbing barbed-wire fences
After the video began circulating on the Web on Tuesday, the Air Force
"We're looking at it, too," said Lt. Col. Bruce Alexander, a spokesman
Alexander later confirmed that no such spray-painting had occurred.
Ecko acknowledged Friday that his company had rented a 747 cargo jet
"It's not cheap," he said. "You have to be rich."
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