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Defining The Lines [Oct. 5th, 2006|10:05 pm]
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It’s late at night, most of the inhabitants in the capital city are wrapped up in their beds sleeping and dreaming of the next morning.

The men inside of the darkened room aren’t like everyone else, they feel like they carry the weight of the world on their shoulders and troubled waters have led them to this.

It’s a whispered conversation, like they’re sharing the biggest secret and they’re afraid to talk any louder in case it gets out. It’s finally come to this, they’ve no choice but it isn’t like they’d choose another way because a threat to the country is still a threat even if it comes from within state lines.

He doesn’t know and he won’t, not if they have their way and they do this right.

“Go ahead,” A man dressed in a crisp suit and a wrinkled brow, furrowed with lines of tension, mutters to the military presence in the corner of the room.

The man in blues and whites just nods his head and takes his leave, the door opens and closes and the click is the last sound to be made in the room.

Decision made, for better or worse.
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Stop the presses! [Aug. 13th, 2006|04:55 pm]
Mutant Registration Act Passes

By Trish Tilby - Staff Writer

Today marks the beginning of the Mutant Registration Act going into effect. The Act proposed and supported by Senator Kelley requires all mutants to register both their powers and identities to the government for public documentation, or risk fines or incarceration for failure to register. Worthington Technologies is working on a new Sentinel Program to better enforce the Mutant Registration Act and mutants that fail to comply.

"The Mutant Registration Act is necessary to help protect the every day citizen and government from the dangers some mutants pose to America," stated by the Super heroine, Carol Danvers (Ms Marvel) at a public address in Washington DC. "Every mutant has a responsibility to their fellow man to work with us by Registering, for all of America."

The Mutant Registration Act was originally proposed by Senator Kelley was passed, despite many mutants and supporters opposing the Registration Act. The vote was not a unanimous decision, yet a majority of the Senate voted to accept the Registration Act after many passionate speeches from Senator Kelley and the mutants and super heros that supported the Act, Ms. Marvel among them. "There are too many dangers and unknown powers from all over the country that can put us at risk, and every American deserves the right to know who these people are and what they can do," Was quoted Senator Kelley.

The Act requires mutants fully register themselves and their powers, and places restrictions on the their jobs and positions as public knowledge, especially those who presently work in government regulated positions such as teachers or other positions that expose them to large amounts of the public. The mutants that fail to register or are caught committing any crimes will be severely punished with large fines or jail time. Senator Kelley was quick to gain the support of Worthington Technologies to create a method to better police the more dangerous mutants, and protect the every day citizen, which Worthington Technologies announced as the Sentinel Program.

Presently very little information has been revealed about what the Sentinel Program is or entails, Senator Kelly promises this will help protect people and pacify dangerous mutants, particularly those who feel they are above the law and pose a threat. Senator Kelley pointed out that mutants such as Magneto and his Brotherhood of mutants, and even the X-Men are particularly dangerous as normal methods of policing such mutants can not be utilized without great risks to police or military personnel. Worthington Technologies promises to find a new method to police mutants without risking lives.

With the official date requiring Mutants to register at their local governments, it remains to be seen how many will actually Register of their own volition. Enforcement of the Registering will begin to take place for known mutants within the next few weeks for those who fail to volunteer. It also remains to be seen what steps will be taken if these methods of enforcement fail, only that it will entail the Sentinel Program. It has not been announced when citizens will gain access to the files and identities of mutants who work in public positions will be available, but Senator Kelley assures that this information will be released and made public for general safety and knowledge.

((I couldn't wait any longer, I'm too anxious and patience isn't a virtue I possess.))
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First Contact -- Open To Jean [Jun. 25th, 2006|03:39 am]
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Charles had felt Jean before he’d even heard of her reincarnation, her energy rippled across his conscious and subconscious like a drop in the pond, slowly growing until one drop became two and finally she was all that filled his senses.

If he listened carefully enough he could almost pick up on her scattered thoughts, there was so much confusion, and he could feel her need for answers. She’d always been curious, had always wanted to know all there was to know.

Now he sat within Cerebro reaching out to his student he thought lost to him, a mutant now with the power he had only imagined and never foreseen.


His first word was soft, explorative, reaching not demanding. Imploring her to answer rather than expecting it of her.
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(no subject) [Jun. 11th, 2006|02:21 pm]
Patrol officers ready for Klan rally

TRISH R. TILBY, Staff Writer
Published June 11, 2006

Extra patrol officers will be on the roads in New York City Saturday to ensure that a scheduled Friends of Humanity rally remains peaceful.

The NYC-based chapter of Friends of Humanit and its ladies' auxiliary group have planned a "homo sapien pride unity rally" and cross-burning beginning at 5 p.m. at an undisclosed location.

Graydon Creed, 31, said the group is not violent. The purpose of the rally is to speak for the rights of non-mutants in the United States, which Creed considers the God-given Promised Land to the non-mutant people.

"We are mutant separatists -- we believe the races can't co-exist together, and we want to be totally separate from other races," he said. "We're not mutant supremacists."

Ruby Rice, president of the NYC branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Mutants, knows the FoH has the right to demonstrate. But their rallying cry, she said, is one of terrorism.

"They represent hate, and that's what they've done throughout the life of their organization," she said.

The FoH group last held a rally in November, Creed said. FoH members from across the state and as far away as Chicago attended, he said.

Creed did not know how many people would participate in Saturday's rally.

County Councilman Rock Adams of New York, a retired highway patrolman who once helped maintain law and order near FoH gatherings, said the group has the right to peaceful assembly under the U.S. Constitution.

A FoH rally in his backyard doesn't faze him because the group has lost the power of intimidation it once had, he said.

"They don't bother me, because I don't see them as being any kind of threat or anything," Adams said. "I'm not a member, don't plan to become a member, but I don't think they can do much anymore."

According to the New England-based, anti-Foh New YorkPoverty Law Center, the number of FoH groups nationwide increased from 162 in 2004 to 179 last year.

Two of the five known FoH groups in New York are in New York City, according to the center. Two of them are the groups run by Creed, and a third one is in Albany.

Although he can't stop the group from legally demonstrating, New York City County Sheriff Chuck Wright said he opposes the FoH's ideology and presence in New York City County.

"It represents the county in a negative way, because that's totally about hate," Wright said. "It's not like other groups that appeal to the leaders and ask for help in bringing about change.

"You don't target people because of their gender or race -- you just accept."
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