Anaheim California, 2000 AD: A pleasant community of 20,000 residents.
Situated an hour's drive from Los Angeles, this pleasant town has been
slowly transformed into an international community of thinkers and
doers. In addition to being the home of Disneyland and MGM studios,
Anaheim hosts more symposiums annually than any other city in the
world. Half of the city's income comes from foreign nationals here to
buy, debate, and show off the latest fruits of advanced technology.
Anaheim has one of the lowest crime rates anywhere in the world.
Monday, 3am: Two white males found dead in North Park.
Owner of Anaheim's newest Hotel/convention center, the Hilton Flamingo,
Antonio Malachi has the following to say about the city he lives in,
"Anaheim is a peaceful place. We don't have any crime here. The
police, they work hard to keep it that way. We business men know this
and we do our best to help them. Come vacation in Anaheim. Your
belongings are safer in my hotel than they are in your own home."
Wednesday, 6am: Six people found dead after a running gun fight on
the 15th floor of the Hilton Flamingo.
Even more exciting than the city's normal bill of events, several things
make now an especially interesting time to be present. Ten of the
nation's best athletes are assembling to compete for the coveted
positions on the United States Olympic team. There will be a sneak
preview of the much advertised and anticipated movie "Three Times is
Enemy Action" on Sunday the 24th of April. Disney is showing off some
of their newest rides and Harrison Ford, star of the movie and recently
announced gubernatorial candidate will be in the area, signing
autographs and addressing the causes of the recent crime wave.
Thursday, 8pm: Major explosion destroys Bill's Shipping warehouse.
Thursday, 10pm: White male found stuffed into a dumb waiter in the
Thursday, 10:05pm: Asian female gunned down in...
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