Sunday, March 6, 2011

US NSC Internal Memo #678308-4

Divisional commanders are requesting the ability to have their troops shoot on sight when in contact with those showing symptoms of the disease out of extreme concern for their own health. While the infected may not be carrying a weapon, officers argue that the disease they are carrying constitutes a deadly weapon, and any attempted physical contact with a soldier warrants the use of deadly force. The standard issue gas masks issued to troops have been deemed ineffective against the virus, and the Army does not have respirators with a higher grade of protection in great quantities.

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