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This is the storyline for the MOUT game that is on OCT 28-29 for more details on rules and registration here is the website.

http://www.paintball-aaa.com

===Mcclellan city news=== Monday, Aug 7, 2006

Fighting has continued over the weekend in Mcclellan city leaving a number of businesses and homes burned or damaged in its wake. Strangely though a number of the towns private citizens have returned to make use of what they call a "lucrative business opportunity". The Mcclellan city Credit Union has reopened along with many of the conglomerates upscale businesses including their art and jewelry shops. When we spoke with the banks president he said " We will not be driven out of our town and our homes by these criminals". Another of the towns more colorful merchants Mr. Willy "Big Daddy" Wright has returned as well to pettle his wares on the streets of Mcclellan city. When asked about the situation Mr. Wright said " These peoples is jus tryyin to make they way in dis wurld jus like me and my ladies, and They aint no reason why we cant make a little enz on da side like everybody else". Mr. Wright, who calls himself an "International man of leisure" has even begun offering rewards to many of the fighters on both sides of the conflict as payment for the completion of what he calls Humanitarian aid missions. Neither the Irish Mafia, The Cartel or The DEA seems to have any desire to threaten Big Daddies business.
Stay tuned for more Information on this situation as it develops......

===Mcclellan city news=== Monday, Aug 7, 2006

Fighting has continued over the weekend in Mcclellan city leaving a number of businesses and homes burned or damaged in its wake. Strangely though a number of the towns private citizens have returned to make use of what they call a "lucrative business opportunity". The Mcclellan city Credit Union has reopened along with many of the conglomerates upscale businesses including their art and jewelry shops. When we spoke with the banks president he said " We will not be driven out of our town and our homes by these criminals". Another of the towns more colorful merchants Mr. Willy "Big Daddy" Wright has returned as well to pettle his wares on the streets of Mcclellan city. When asked about the situation Mr. Wright said " These peoples is jus tryyin to make they way in dis wurld jus like me and my ladies, and They aint no reason why we cant make a little enz on da side like everybody else". Mr. Wright, who calls himself an "International man of leisure" has even begun offering rewards to many of the fighters on both sides of the conflict as payment for the completion of what he calls Humanitarian aid missions. Neither the Irish Mafia, The Cartel or The DEA seems to have any desire to threaten Big Daddies business.
Stay tuned for more Information on this situation as it develops......

==BREAKING NEWS== Friday Aug 25, 2006

"ALL OUT WAR!"
All out war is what many of the fighters on both sides of this domestic conflict are saying. Our imbedded reporters have been on the front lines of this conflict since the 2nd day of fighting. We have recieved word that one of our most decorated journalists has gone missing as was last seen carrying a gun rather than his camera. Senior reporter David Miller was reprting for our agency on the ground with the Cartel in their fight to reclaim what they say is "rightfully theirs". The D.E.A. has said that they are under manned and out gunned and help is needed if the government os going to come out on top of this fight. Still no word from the Cartel on the whereabouts of kidnapped Irish mafia leader Maggie Obrian. Her safe return is the Irish Mafias number one priority at this point. Local business man Willy "big daddy" Wright has been helping as much as he can with the return of miss O'brian but Mr. Wright hasnt met with any success. "I gots my peeples out lookin fo dat little lady an I thank Im gonna brang in some professionals to handle dat job" said Mr. Wright.
So, with all sides digging in for the long fight it doesnt seem that this battle is going to end anytime soon.
Stay tuned for more info as it comes...........

==BREAKING NEWS== Thursday, Aug 31, 2006

"Digging in"
With the battle lines drawn on all sides and the fighting growing more intence by the minute, all sides of this conflict have prepared for the fight by digging in. Missing news agency reporter David Miller has finally made contact with our office this morning. Mr Miller had this to say, " Through intense review of my employment contract with Mcllelan city I news I have decided to renegotiate my contract". Immediately after we recieved this call our office was rocked by a massive explosion in the parking area destroying every vehicle in the structure. The DEA task force assigned to this battle has been notified and an investigation is under way. Its obvious to this reporter that David Miller is involved in this attack and is apparently working for one of the factions in the city. Our imbedded reporter with the DEA told us that the government task force has called in reenforcements to help qwell the violence. The new forces should be arriving sometime in late october. This new force lead by commander Scott "DEATH" Bolden has vowed to end the violence and brign law and order back to this troubled little town. We can only hope that they are up to the task.

===Mclellan city news===9-9-06

"First contact"
Since the begining of this conflict there has been no contact from the leader of the Cartel, Juan "Razor" Hernandez, until now. Going through a number of secret contacts and informants we were able to arrange a private interview with Mr. Hernandez so that we can get a better idea of what the Cartels position is in this long running fight. Mr. Hernandez had this to say. " Until now, the American public has been given a false view of my people and our cause. And believe me when I say it, this is a cause and not a petty fight over ground or rights. For years the government of this country has enforced embargo's and export restrictions on my country almost to the point of destroying our economy. Now the world will not do legitimate business with our government and our county is falling apart. So what do we do, we come to this country and try to make our way the best way we can. You call our products drugs and say they are illegal. We call it our livelyhood. So, you sell your agricultural products to make money just like us. This is our right and we would fight to protect it as any American would."

When we asked Mr. Hernandez about the whereabouts of missing Irish Mafia leader Maggie O'brian he had only this responce, "Ms. O'brian is my guest and she is safe.....at this time."
One can only hope that more bloodshed can be avoided with her return. Stay with us for more news

===BREAKING NEWS=== 9-14-06

As the sun rises on this morning on the battle ravaged American town of Mcclellan, the sun is obscured by the smoke of burning buildings and vehicles but the normal sounds of gunfire and screams cannot be heard, an apparent lull in the until now, nonstop fighting that has raged on here. Both the Irish Mafia and Cartel are gathering there wounded and paying respects to there dead. Early this morning our office recieved a hand written communique from the interim leader of the Irish mafia which read: " Our turn now, we have the turncoat reporter David Miller and he is now OUR GUEST. But he IS NOT safe. We want Maggie back NOW! Or the Cartel will start recieving pieces of Mr. Miller in their morning mail. Just return Maggie unharmed and we will return Mr. Miller in similar condition." David Miller, a former employee and senior reporter for the Mcclellan city news agency had left our service and joined the Cartel while covering the fight embedded with Cartel fighters. Mr. Miller's reasons for that move were never revealed. Those of us who remember him as a friend hope he is ok and will return to us safe and shed come light on the situation. With their new leverage, will the Irish mafia be willing to negotiate for Ms. O'brians return? Or will they use Mr. Miller's information about the Cartel against them. We can only hope noone gets hurt and that the fighting will be over soon. And in business news, The president of the Mcclellan city credit union has announced a showing of rare and priceless jewels and art on loan to the city from a major private collector. Maybe this social event will help to heal some of the woes our small town has seen.

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