Sunday, January 13, 2008
Disney's Private Military Forces Clash with National Guard – Anaheim, California, March 2 2017
Two days after a National Guard sniper accidentally shot a lieutenant belonging to the private military company Disney Guard Force in what they describe as an unfortunate accident, Disney Force Guards beat up on a National Guard private going home after a night out, leaving him in critical conditions. Tensions had been building up between the two armed forces groups that have been defending the Disneyland complex after the 'Toontown Terror' incidents earlier this year. The series of seven terrorist attacks, claimed by combined Al-qaeda and Venezuelan terrorists, have targeted Disney rides and Disney Toon characters and have resulted in a 152 visitors, five actors playing Mickey, Goofy and Pluto dead and Thunder Mountain in ruins by a bomb blast. Governor Dicaprio stated he will speed up the legal battle over who is to be in charge of the security at the Disney complex after martial law was declared by special decree. He also passed an emergency measure that has assigned the National Guard to guard Disney's California Adventure Park and the Disney Force Guard to be in charge of Disneyland's security. The National Guard sniper who shot the Disney Guard Force officer is under investigation. His initial statement right after the incident was that his sensor indicated a non-authorized armed person on the roof of the Sleeping Beauty Castle and that his instructions were to shoot without hesitation. With the sun in his eyes the National Guard sniper could not recognize the Disney Guard Force uniform and security camera footage has confirmed that the unfortunate officer had removed his 'Mickey Ears' helmet to give him some relief from the relentless spring heat that has been scorching Southern California. Disney Guard Force personnel have been briefed to never remove their helmets under any circumstances.