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Federal Police, along with two zombie hunters from Australia's famous 'Red Devils' , carried out a carefully planned raid on a remote desert compound in Australia today.
The company, 'Outback of Australia' apparently offered several covert packages of unique safari's aimed at undead trophy hunters. Run through an encrypted website, amateur hunters were guaranteed the chance to claim their own zombie kill for a price. At present it is not known how the man (who Police have not named at this point) came into possession of the necro-mortosis infected humans, but is believed that they are of Sri Lankan descent.
The federal authorities raided 'Outback of Australia's remote desert compound approximately 130 kilometers north of the Nullarbor town of Ceduna, after an anonymous tip off. On entering the property police found several reanimated humans locked in a cage, a cache full of semi automatic weapons, and at least $120,000 AUD in cash.
Police found, reanimate remains, along with half a dozen customized weapons, complete with armour penetrating ammunition, machetes and several heads of deceased reanimates. Additionally, several endangered species of wild cat, including 2 fully grown Manchurian Tigers, were also found.
During the course of the investigation, Service special agents worked with authorities in Ceduna Province, to collect evidence showing that the owner of 'Outback of Australia' sold a 'zombie hunting safari' to a Japanese sportsman and conducted that hunt in 2009 in the knowledge that he did not have the right or authorization to do so under laws and regulations as stated in the U.N.'s 'Code of Conduct' . The UN law embodies (CITES) – a global treaty upheld by more than 175 countries (including Australia) that uses a system of permits to regulate trade in the undead, wildlife and plants.
The unidentified man also shipped several undead trophies to the United States. The trophies was intercepted by Service wildlife inspectors at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York as they were being imported into the United State from Australia.
A South Australian Man has been detained by federal authorities, the charges range from running an illegal outback 'zombie safari' park, illegal trafficking in zombie trophies, trafficking in endangered species, and intentionally neglecting to inform authorities of the presence of known undead upon his property. The 42 year old man faces up to 25 years in prison if convicted on all charges.
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