A palpable pressure has been simmering for weeks in Miami. Frustration at the Police and National Guards strong arm tactics to clear the city of it's undead infestation. There are currently 23 cases of 'mistaken identity' shootings under investigation by the Police Watchdog and Commission Authorities. Everyone's senses are on high alert. Security forces are working double even triple shifts. When a shadow is seen in the dimly lit Miami suburb streets, it could be innocent, it could be an armed looter, or it could be an undead. Seconds to decide are all the authorities have. And sometimes, sadly, a wrong identification is made.
at local Church
repairs crews working to restore power to the area after a recent
blackout sighted the apparent undead and reported them to authorities.
In a bizarre twist, It was then discovered that the corralled undead were infarct church workers heavily disguised in make up to appear undead. Whilst the motivation is unclear. it would appear that financial gain and notoriety from the apparent 'cleansing of the undead' would be a suitable motive.
It was during the mayhem of the protesting by over zealous parishioners that tragedy struck.
Additional police and National Guard forces responding to the scene were unable to contain the riot from spreading from the immediate area, and by noontime, a thirty block area of South Miami was littered with burning vehicles, at least fourteen building were on fire, and wide spread looting broke out.
PM, the violence in South Miami continued to spread, and three other
similar riots broke out in North Miami, Liberty City, and Wynwood.
Police and fire departments, already undermanned due to a limited
evacuation of city employees with sick or incapacitated family members,
were soon overwhelmed and ordered all personnel involved in Mortosis
suppression operations to report to the nearest police station for
of civil emergency
World News was forced to relocate its offices from its North Miami
headquarters to Coral Gables, after rioters attempted to break into
the building’s commissary, apparently searching for food. Two
news teams were attacked and had their electronic equipment stolen.
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