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“How can you tell an reanimate from a looter, in the dark and wearing a hoodie at 50 meters? “
This was the response Denmark's Police Commissioner Mikkel Christian Højbjerg used, when he deflected criticism of the heavy handed approach of the police during it's recent operation: to rid Gellerup of it's growing undead population.
The secretion of the infected and zombified, has become an increasing concern to the government. The heavily immigrant population, often chooses to hide their infected loved ones instead of informing authorities. Fear of being deported has lead many family members to simply board up those who fall to mortosis and zombification. Hiding them from discovery in abandoned houses and locked up buildings.
Curfew was effective
But what started as a coordinated protest against police intervention, soon devolved into arbitrary chaos. Protests were replaced with opportunist looting's. Releasing and herding of the undead directly towards police lines was a callous and shocking tactic, not seen before in zombie ghetto cleansing.
Many rioters were advised via social media outlets to dispose of and burn their clothing to hinder identification from CCTV cameras.
New police methods:
USV (Undead Suppression Vehicle. These formidable armored trucks can effectively withstand a sustained attack by an angry mob or ravenous horde of the undead. A high pressure water cannon, typically used for crowd control, has been customized to unleash a jet stream of water so powerful it can sever the limb off a reanimate (with degenerated muscle tissue).
At this point of reporting, the main trouble spots seem to have been effectively shut down. Dozens of hazmat vehicles were seen arriving and leaving the area. Court sessions will be held around the clock to punish those who broke the law.
Police Commissioner Højbjerg has said that “We will be reviewing countless hours of CCTV footage and will not rest until all perpetrators have been arrested and charged through our court system. This sort of anti social behavior will not be tolerated and most of Denmark's citizens look at it with disgust and a blight on our society that must be removed.
1033 people have been arrested. 636 for social disturbances, 337 for looting, 33 for harboring the undead from authorities, 27 for violent acts towards police officers,
Denmark's new Prime Minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt, who approved the controversial action, said in a prepared statement released today that “This was a difficult but necessary action. It will also prove to show that we will not tolerate the illegal housing of the undead. These poor victims need to be handed over to authorities, where they can be better looked after. They need constant medical supervision and containment for the safety of others. We applaud the work of the police and emergency crews. And I vow that appropriate action will be taken against all those who took advantage of the last few days to riot and loot. This shall not be tolerated.”
Denmark's New PM To Confront 'Undead Hording.' Posted Nov. 12th. 2011
Tension Builds in Denmark Suburb Posted Nov. 14th. 2011
Police have difficult task ahead Posted Nov.15th. 2011
Tension turns to violence Posted Nov. 16th. 2011
Undead attack police lines Posted Nov. 17th. 2011
'House of Undead' discovered Posted Nov. 18th. 2011
ZWN iReporter Killed in Gellerup Posted Nov. 19th. 2011
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