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Criticizes China Over 'Zombie Ghetto' Record.
In early 2007, ZWN reported on China's controversial treatment of an undead hot spot in downtown Shandong. It was this report that sparked a two year investigation by human rights organizations and the Red Cross.
the rest of the world was beginning to share information and research
on the emerging Mortosis virus, Chinas strategy involved a complete
lockdown and suppression of information. Little was known of it's own
handling of its necrosis ridden ghettos and shanty towns. That was until
the report by ZWN in 2007.
It is reported that hundreds of people were shot by Police authorities and the Peoples Liberation Army. These people were all attempting to flee the early days of forced annexation. It is thought that Chinas methods of Necro-Mortosis testing are primitive at best. This was probably the rational behind shooting escapees instead of testing them for infection.
Hillary Clinton addressed the UN council on Friday 22nd. Stating that China must be held accountable for it's 'shameful' record on necro-mortosis sufferers rights. "While the rest of the world is embracing a new spirit of cooperation, a new dawn of shared intelligence and research, China chooses to suppress it's people and fail to protect them from within." Although her criticism will add weight to the pressure China already feels from the outside world, the call fell short of what many people hoped would initiate a boycott of Chinese goods.
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