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Asia Pacific

Mortosis - Next step for Chinese defense?
Posted: July 29th, 2011

UN Blast China Over 'Ghetto Starving'
Posted: Feb 15th, 2007

China 'Zombie Ghetto' policy attacked
Posted: May 3rd, 2007

North Korea Weaponizing Virus?
Posted 18th. May, 2007

Mining company defends against undead
Posted: July 18th, 2010

Nightclub attack
Posted: July 4th, 2010

Illegal 'zombie safari' busted
Posted: May 23rd, 2010

Navy captures 'ship of undead'
Posted: August 10th, 2008

M-Bomb hits Australian night spots
Posted: June
29th, 2008

Broome gets all clear
Posted: June 7th, 2008

Two zombie hunters slain
Posted: April 20th, 2008

Broome faces lockdown
Posted: April 12th, 2008

Missing Japanese tourists found dead
Feb. 15th. 2008

Bus crash - driver infected with virus
Jan 5th. 2008

Search for missing tourists - Ayers Rock
- Oct. 26th. 2007

Missing tourists found - reanimated
- Nov. 15th. 2007

Infected tourist causes airport chaos
- Dec. 8th. 2007

Scot Chierbeck fired
- April 24th. 2007

Tokyo Subway Attack - One Dead, One Re-Killed Posted: June 29th, 2008
Several people missing on Tokyo metro
Posted: July 1st, 2008
Undead assailant identified Posted: July 4th, 2007
Grim discovery in Tokyo subway Posted: July 6th, 2007
"Situation Neutralized" Posted: July 7th, 2007

Undead outbreaks drop Posted: April 4th, 2010


Flooding Caused By Discarded Undead Corpses  Posted: Jan. 6th, 2006
Gruesome cause discovered for flood Posted: Jan. 9th, 2006
Two arrested in Tasmania Posted: Jan. 16th, 2006

Russian convoy massacre Posted: July 26th, 2008
Russian convoy survivors Posted: Aug. 1st, 2008
Containment breach at research lab Posted: May 20, 2007
Russia-Alaska 'Zombie ring' busted Posted: 20th, June. 2009

Mortosis Video: Artist tapes own death by Necrosis
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Part Two

Scot Chierbeck Fired!
Sydney, Australia(AP) Posted: April 24, 2007 Bookmark and Share

The fallout continues following the April 17th, early morning raid on a New Mexico compound daubed the 'Zombie farm.' The large, secluded complex, hidden within the hills of Albuquerque, was home to a brutal trade - the illegal import of the undead; providing them for sport, hunting and trophy killing. US police authorities announced after the raid, that a' suspicious' video had been confiscated among the assortment of weapons and illegal undead trophies.

Controversial Australian Undead News (AUN) anchor and reporter, Scot Chierbeck is clearly identified in these videos, taking part in what appears to be a series of 'staged' confrontations with the undead. Initial reports suggest that Chierbeck may have been involved in the participation of fake newscasts showing himself and two other, as yet unidentified, male participants, 'hunting stealth like,' a small group of undead.

Media outlets throughout Australia have been quick to point out that these scenes were later packaged and sold as legitimate news reports on AUN.

It was reported that Chierbeck's role as anchorman with AUN was terminated today. In a carefully worded written statement released this afternoon, Australian Undead News said "We are saddened by the Revelations of the last week. We as a news organization, strive to uphold the highest level of integrity in our presentations to the public. Therefore, when a situation such as this arises, we will take immediate action to rectify it. We apologize unreservedly for any misinformation Mr. Chierbeck's reports may have given, and assure the public that AUN was not in any way involved in the production of these reports. We wish Mr. Chierbeck success in his future endeavors."

However, Chierbeck's troubles are not over just yet. He could still face charges stemming from his involvement in the participation of the illegal video's. There is a possible maximum sentence of 12 years under Australian law.


“I’m really disappointed this isn't more of a blood bath. We spent a lot of money on bumper music and opening graphics and it’s a shame to see them go to waste,”
Scot Chierbeck's now infamous quote from the Jerusalem crisis coverage

Scot Chierbeck faced severe criticism recently during the Jerusalem undead crisis. He was banned from traveling with IDF units following accusations of moving ammunition boxes from their designated locations in an effort to make the soldiers appear more panicked than they actually were.


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