Terrorists Target CDC
Date April 14, 2010
Relevant Logs The 11th Hour

Associated Press
April 15, 2010

This morning brings tragic news from the city of New York. According to reports from sources within the Department of Homeland Security, an at this moment unknown terrorist organization operating within New York targeted CDC workers making a planned sweep through the ruins of Midtown Manhattan for homeless and vagrants in need of medical aid from the H5N10 virus.

Twenty seven CDC workers in cold weather gear and NBC suits that were sweeping an area just two blocks from ground zero at the end of an evening investigation into Midtown's homeless population were brutally gunned down by terrorists operating in a military helicopter. Sixteen of the twenty-seven workers were killed in the ensuing gun battle.

It is not known how the terrorists were able to get the aircraft into Manhattan airspace undetected, but authorities are speculating that massive influence by an SLC-expression individual capable of manipulating electronics or radio signals may have been at least partially responsible.

Homeland Security Chief Operations Director Matthew Parkman stated earlier this morning that, "the loss of life of those CDC employees who were just doing their job trying to ensure the safety and well-being of New York's citizens will not go unpunished."

Later at a press conference in New York City, Parkman added that, "the individuals responsible for this act will be identified and will be punished to the fullest extent of the law. These enemy combatants are enemies of freedom, enemies of peace, and enemies of humanity both Evolved and not and this administration will not rest until they have faced justice."

Shortly after the press conference, Vice President Andrew Mitchell spoke up against the terrorist attack and stated, "The people of New York need to remember that we are all struggling with the crisis of both unprecedented attacks on our weather systems and attacks on our government infrastructure by ruthless and violent individuals." Mitchell urged the people of America to be patient and persevere.

It is suspected that Mitchell will us this new spark of violence to help back plans his office has for the expansion of FRONTLINE's duties and operations across America. Wednesday's attack comes just nearly three weeks after CDC liaison Howard LeMay was attacked in his home in Manhattan. Authorities are still investigating if these two incidents are connected.

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