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Friday, March 04, 2005

Reports, incredible as they may seem, are not the results of mass hysteria.

Hey out there in Zombie-land. Your favorite local traffic reporter here, the Zombie Flyboy, providing you with all the best loved hits of the 70's, 80's, 90's and beyond.

I don't have any traffic news for you today, but I do have something that you might find of interest. It's a news report that has to be seen to be fucking believed. It's right up there at the top of the list as far as fucktard shit goes. It's right up there with suing a restaurant for making the coffee too hot, or demanding actions and compensations because you are too fat to fit in a chair. It's just ridiculous to the extreme, and it makes my head hurt to know that shit like this can happen.

So without further delay, here is the article. Special thanks to CANANOPIE for alerting me to this situation.

March 3: Teen horror writer arrested as terrorist

Kentucky’s Lex 18 news site reports that an 18-year-old high-school student is facing terrorist threat charges because of a zombie story he wrote for his English class. William Poole, an 18-year-old student at George Rogers Clark High School, was arrested after his grandparents found the tale, in which the undead attack a high school, in his journal and turned it over to police. "I’ve been working on one of my short stories, [and] the short story they found was about zombies," Poole told Lex 18. "Yes, it did say a high school. It was about a high school overrun by zombies." Despite the obviously fantastical nature of his writing, and the fact that neither his own school nor any real people, school officials or police were mentioned in the story, Poole was taken into custody on a second-degree felony terrorist threatening charge. "Anytime you make any threat or possess matter involving a school or function, it’s a felony in the state of Kentucky," Winchester Police detective Steven Caudill told Lex 18. A judge even raised Poole’s bond from $1,000 to $5,000 at the prosecutors’ request, due to the "seriousness" of the charges. Poole is currently being held at the Clark County Detention Center. (Thanks to Dyson O’Connor) —Michael Gingold

Source: http://www.fangoria.com/news_article.php?id=3646

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