MISSING PEOPLE! DEAD OR ALIVE? or "What the Police don't want you to know" by: Atir Reteeks With the freedom of the press I feel it is my civil duty to report this heinious cover up,for the safety of our children everywhere.In the past month countless students have been vanishing from their closed homes all over Japan. Local police are trying to cover up this horrible mass kidnapping by keeping the reports of the grieving families under wraps. "Is their even an investigation",wonder the many families of the missing people." We are doing everything we can, but there are no traces of forced entry in any of the homes, not even signs of struggle, it is very perplexing" said our anonymous source among the men in blue. "The chief is acting strange and telling us to keep quiet about the missing persons so as not to cause a panic. " he said. Meanwhile parents are obliviously sending their children to school without any extra supervision and the rate of dissapearences is going up. There is speculation that the chief may be involved with the kidnappers and being paid to keep it from the eyes of the public. Such incompetence really shouldn't continue."My sister has been missing for over a month now" says Hanabi (age 11) of the prestigious Hyuuga clan. "My sister has been missing for over a month now. If our police are truly imbecilic enough to forget about a case of this importance, isn't it about time we cut their doughnut fund and spent the money on something truly important, like, I don't know, finding kidnap victims, for instance?" Hanabi, whose sister Hinata was one of the first to fall victim to this phenomena in our district, is a genius student who may be applying for college this year. Her cousin,Hyuuga Neji seems to be one of the most recent on the missing persons list. A list that includes from our area as far as our sources tell us; Sabakuno Temari (age 18), Hyuuga Hinata(age 17),Tsuchi Kin(age 18), Sabakuno Gaara(age 17), Otono Tayuya (age 19), Kamizuki Izumo(age 24), and most recently Hyuuga Neji (age 18)and Akimichi Chouji (age 17). "Maybe ol' white eyes went to try to find Hinata-chan 'ttebayo" was shouted from a gaggle of students as I interviewed them. This is an interesting theory,however ,surely there would have been a note left were this the case. If you see or speak to any of the above mentioned people please contact their families as soon as possible.A memorial service and funeral will be held if they are not found by December 15th as they will be presumed dead by the police and the minimal efforts they are making to find them shall cease.If you have any information or comments on the case please go to the newspaper's website at www.TTT.com/MISSING/ and leave the comment at the article page.------ooc: Sorry for how long this took me...I wanted to wait for the mods to ask them if it was ok but they haven't been on lately...hope it's ok. and the "article page" is this one...just leave a comment here "
((OOC: That's really good!))