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Tension Builds in Denmark Suburb Posted Nov.14th. 2011
Police have difficult task ahead Posted Nov.15th. 2011
Several incidents described as 'serious altercations' by Police commissioner, Nicholas Kurt Højbjerg have developed over the past 24 hours.
Attempts by authorities and hazmat cleanup crews to reach sites in the center of Gellerup, have been met with increasing opposition and escalating violence. The center is widely suspected of concealing a large enclave of hidden undead.
In a bold initiative by Denmark's new Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt, this clean up operation,was intended to rid Gellerup's crime ridden streets of reanimates. Many residents, fearing retribution from authorities, have chosen to hide their infected and undead. Often boarding up their zombified loved ones, and discarding them in abandoned houses and warehouses.
The 'zombie eviction' process has been dangerous for police. House to house searches are being hampered by local hostility and resentment. The use of thermal signature imaging cameras and police cadaver dogs have been invaluable tools in assisting the forced extrication of the undead.
Until now the operation was considered successful. Extensive meetings between civic social workers and local residents was easing tension and mistrust on both sides.
Demonstrators turn violent
In another incident, a gang of protestors set fire to, and rolled, oil drums towards an advancing police line. There were no reported injuries.
These isolated incidents stand as a stark reminder of the chaotic scenes witnessed in 2007 when social unrest was the catalyst that sparked riots in Copenhagen. The world watched as unprecedented scenes of rioting shocked Europe.
Local community leaders have appealed for calm as the threat of over 500 police, along with a specially equipped riot battalion is poised to take action.
Protest over enforced quarantine
The situation is likely to deteriorate this evening as police announced the discovery of “a large gathering of undead in an abandoned apartment complex.”. Commissioner Højbjerg stated at an afternoon press conference that “thermal cameras have confirmed the low eminence heat signature typically indicative of a those who have become zombified.”
The location of this facility is deep within an area normally considered a 'no go' zone. The heavy presence of street gangs and rampant crime make this operation a possible powder keg for trouble.
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