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If you suspect anyone of showing sympoms of the 'Necro- Mortosis' Virus, the Government has released the following anonymous tip line.
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Europe



Romanian zombie team massacred - Posted: 5th, Feb, 2012
Europes cold weather freezes the undead Posted: 12th, Dec, 2010
France: 'ZEF' return to work Posted: 17th, Oct, 2010
France: 'Zombie Eradication Force' on strike Posted: 11th, Sept, 2010
UK undead riot: Inquiry begins Posted: 7th, JAug, 2010
Police clash with undead in UK Posted: 25th, July, 2010
Elusive Zombie caught after 3 week search Posted: 11th, July, 2010
Zombies captured at Welsh farm Posted: 24th, April, 2010
Welsh camping trip massacre Posted: 23rd, April, 2010
Swedish man convicted In undead attack Posted: 11th, Oct. 2009
Portugal - 'Liberators' infected?Posted: 8th, Oct. 2009
Portugal - Intruder 'Liberates' undead Posted: 6th, Oct. 2009
Portugal - Riots continue Posted: 5th, Oct. 2009
Portugal outbreak Posted: 4th, Oct. 2009
UK beach closed Posted: 23rd, Sept. 2009
Niro Air fined for Mortosis leak Posted: 25th July, 2009
Aberdeen hoax Posted: 3rd. May
Divers attacked off Cornwall coast Posted: 22nd, July. 2008
Neus Vargas dies
Posted: 7th, July. 2008
Contract revoked for Niro-Air
Posted: 21st, June. 2008
Spanish woman in recovery
Posted: 7th, June. 2008
Hannover outbreak contained
Posted: 2nd, June. 2008
Hannover attack - airport searched Posted: 17th, May. 2008
Victim released from hospital Posted: 10th, May. 2008
'John Doe' identified in Hannover attack
Posted: 8th, May. 2008
Mortosis incident in Hannover?
Posted: 4th, May. 2008
'Sewer Zombie' or paranormal presence?
UK terror strategy revealed.
Italy - Illegal zombie trophy ring busted
UK - Controversial undead research lab closes
Sweden - Archaeologists find remains of undead
London - Violence at anti-immigration demo
UK Cover-up?
Britain's Cover-up exposed
Nightshift - Return to Romania
'Zombie hunter' and team killed in Italy
What went wrong in fatal 'zombie hunter' mission?
Blair steps down - what next for virus?
Final Exit: Part one
Final Exit: Part two
Ambulance Crash in Paris
Spain - Outbreak in Valencia
Chunnel to Remain Open
House of Dead Discovered in UK
UK to deploy 5000 troops to Haiti







Second Irish outbreak
Posted: 11th, Oct. 2009
Irish Situation 'Stabilized' Posted: 27th, Sept. 2009
Situation deteriorates Posted: 20th, Sept. 2009
Irish family massacre Posted: 5th, Sept. 2009
Belfast panic spreads Posted: 3rd, Sept. 2009
Belfast level 'B' confirmed Posted: 31h Aug, 2009
Belfast dead roam streets Posted: 30h Aug, 2009
Belfast source ID'd Posted: 13h Aug, 2009
Belfast quarantine expands further Posted: 13h Aug, 2009
Belfast quarantine widens Posted: 24th July, 2009
Belfast docks quarantined Posted: 18th July, 2009



Elusive Zombie Caught After 3 Week Search
Isle of Arran, Scotland, UK- ZWN (AP
Posted July 10th. 2010, ZWN (AP

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Elusive necro-mortosis carrier, Roger James, wanted for the savage mauling of two hikers on the remote Scottish island of Arran, was neutralized early Saturday after a brief scuffle with locals, police said.

James, 31, was cornered and re killed around 12:15 a.m. (local time), Arran Police said. Close contact trauma to the brain was the cause of termination, and James was pronounced 'unable to rise' around 1:50 a.m., they said.

A spokeswoman at Firth of Clyde Quarantine facility Hospital confirmed James expired shortly after arriving there.

His death brought to an end a three week-long manhunt that had the small Scottish island of Arran on semi lock down whilst police, locals and at least 2 professional teams of zombie hunters searched the 167 sq ml island.

Prison
James, arrived on the island after being released from prison, serving time for robbery. It still isn't clear how he contracted the undead virus but his strange behaviors raised the attention of locals who described him as a loner, exhibiting signs of early infection.

Convinced police would quarantine him, James, who spent 8 years in the army, took to the hills. There he managed to evade capture as his legend began to grow.

Police launched a manhunt focused around Arran, and found several sites where they believed he had been sleeping. A general quarantine of Arran was not enforced, but the ferry to and from the island was subject to intense screening. This caused frustration to the local islanders who's only contact with the main land is through the ferry system.

The large-scale search including specialist search teams, armed response units, helicopters and dog handlers, according to police officials.

Confrontation
It came to a head Saturday morning shortly after midnight. Locals discovered a man fitting James's description near a riverbank, said Chief Superintendent Dale Bennett of the Arran police.

"When he was confronted, he began to show clear signs of ful blown mortosis," Bennett said. "It became clear to the local gathering that he was in a zombified state"

Speaking at a press conference Saturday night, Chief Constable Janet Jones confirmed James had died after a series of blows to the head. Brain trauma was inflicted by the group of 6 local people and the reanimated body of James was effectively re killed. It is estimated that James had been fully reanimated for up to 18 days. She said no shots had been fired by the locals.

Witnesses described seeing James "lurching along the river bed. He seemed attracted to the sound of the locals and approached them when they shouted to him."

Because police had no contact with James before he died, the incident has been referred to the Firth of Clyde Police Commission, which is standard in such cases, but no charges are expected to be pressed against the vigilantes.

"While the incident has been brought to a close, we must be mindful of the impact it has had on the many lives of these islanders," Jones said. "Our thoughts are also with the family and friends of the 2 hikers who were killed by James."

The hikers in reference are Launa Bates (19) and Devin Cornwell (21). Both were found in a state of decomposer and attempted reanimation last week. Both are to be cremated at a private funeral in their home town of Preston later this week.

Bates and Cornwell had been camping for at least a week before the attack. Several attempts had been made to contact them to issue a warning about the escalating situation. Sadly, neither party carried cell phones and their whereabouts were unclear until their bodies were discovered by tracking dogs.

Since the attack an island wide ban on hiking, fishing and camping had been in effect. It is due to be lifted sometime midweek.


All exits from The Isle of Arran were screened. Locals and tourists became frustrated at the long delays in ferry service due to the partial lock down by authorities.
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