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'Scavenging' Is A Crime
Posted: 13th, Oct. 2009
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Etienne Bouller
(archive photo Associated Press)

Earlier today, the European Supreme Court dealt a final blow to Etienne Bouller, a self proclaimed 'Magpie' who has been fighting incarceration since March.

Charged with looting for a living and selling the spoils to those in heavily infested 'Dead zones', Boullier lost his final appeal today and has been sentenced by a French court to a minimum of 15 years in prison.

Boullier is well known in France as a latter day Robin Hood, although the fugitive of old gave generously to the poor, where as Boullier built quite a lucrative empire from stealing and looting areas of Europe that became too dangerous to venture outside without escort.

Fortified convoys
Boullier employed a team of up to 30 armed professional 'scavengers'. He modeled himself off a growing industry commonly known as 'Magpies'. Originating in Russia in 2008, 'Magpies' are organized criminals, who drive heavily fortified convoys through Undead saturated wastelands, raiding abandoned stores, warehouses and homes.

Valuable service?
Boullier's crew would strip whole streets of supplies, then resell them for huge profits to people who were unable to get to safe zones. In his defense Boullier argued that his was a valuable service that ensured the survival of many desperate and helpless citizens. The French Government however, did not look on it so favorably. They insisted that his acts were "In the most selfish of interests. Preying on the less fortunate and in a carrion fashion feeding off the defenseless business owners who's unguarded properties were easy targets for looters."

Perhaps "Easy targets" is a phrase Etienne Bouller may take further issue with. He is known to have lost at least nine fellow 'Magpies' to Undead attacks. He himself was only captured due to his motorcycle crashing during an early morning raid in March. He was forced to hole up in an abandoned paint store for several days until a platoon of patrolling soldiers found him and after recognizing him, subsequently arrested him.

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