Sponsored LinksThe U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is ready for a zombie apocalypse. Gun owners got prepared for a zombie apocalypse. Now, the military and law enforcement are getting ready.
And next month, they'll begin training.
Security firm HALO Corp. announced yesterday that about 1,000 military personnel, police officials, medical experts and federal workers will learn the ins and outs of a zombie apocalypse, as part of an annual counter-terrorism summit , according to the Military Times.
Further details are unclear, but the Military Times made sure to note that zombies are not real.
The training comes at a time when the term "zombie apocalypse" is so viral that several branches of government have released statements on the matter. Earlier this month, the Department of Homeland Security reported that "the zombies are coming" as part of a hilarious bid to get citizens to prepare for a real disaster.
The CDC has released similar statements using zombies as a playful guise to get the public prepared for actual disasters. To assure that no one's confused by these announcements, CDC told The Huffington Post that zombies are not real.
While on drugs, Charles Baker, 26, of Palmetto, Florida, allegedly got naked, barged into his girlfriend’s house, bit a chunk out of a man’s arm and ate it, then powered through several cop-deployed Taser probes before getting tackled and arrested.
After trying to steal a wig from the Sassy Beauty Supply Shop in New Haven, Conn., Lowpel Davis bit the store owner’s arm so hard she took off a piece of his flesh, which she then spat in the man’s face, according to cops.
Carl Jacquneaux (left) allegedly bit off a chunk of his victim’s face while on the synthetic drug known on the street as “bath salts.”
This undated booking photo, made available by the Miami-Dade Police Department, shows Rudy Eugene, 31, who was shot and killed by Miami-Dade police after he refused to stop eating another man’s face in Miami on May 26, 2012. (AP Photo/Miami-Dade Police Dept.)
Luka Rocco Magnotta
This undated photo, provided by the City of Montreal Police Service’s media relations, shows Luka Rocco Magnotta, 29, who is suspected of homicide. Montreal police said on May 30, 2012, that they had identified Magnotta as a suspect in a gruesome crime involving severed body parts discovered in packages mailed to Ottawa, Ontario, and in a garbage heap in Montreal.
Alexander Kinyua, a 21-year-old Morgan State University student, allegedly admitted to killing his roommate, Kujoe Bonsafo Agyei-Kodie, and then eating his heart and portions of his brain. Kinyua has been charged with first-degree murder.
It’s not necessarily a crime to eat human flesh. Mao Sugiyama, a self-described “asexual” from Tokyo, had surgery to remove his genitals and then cooked and served them to five lucky dinner guests at a swanky banquet in Japan.
Man Accused Of Eating Wife’s Lips
A former employee of a Swedish medical university is accused of cutting off his wife’s lips and eating them. The unnamed man allegedly flew into a rage after he became suspicious that his much younger wife was having an affair. A source said the man ate the lips because “he didn’t want the lips to be able to be sewn back on.”