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Washington, D.C. (ZWN)--- Controversial Australian reporter, Scot Chierbeck appeared at a press conference with his attorneys late yesterday announcing an agreement to cooperate with the US District Attorney's prosecution of Steven Ludlow, owner of the reputed "Zombie Farm" outside Albuquerque, New Mexico.
exchange for his testimony, Chierbeck will plead guilty to a lesser
was embroiled in the "Zombie Farm" scandal
last month, as
maintains his innocence, claiming Ludlow did not indicate
Chierbeck further charges that the hunt was not conducted in North
America, but outside of Innamincka, in South Australia. "Ludlow came
to me with an impressive portfolio detailing over 70 successful zombie
hunts in Haiti, Africa, and Australia, claiming he could lead me to a
pack of Undead roaming freely in the Outback in exchange for $50,000,"
"The government and main stream media is as much
guilty in this matter
To combat this alleged cover-up, Chierbeck announced
he is beginning
Chierbeck's publicist says the new show will be produced
in the United
F.C.C. regulators are already saying they will be
following the new