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2013Edit

DecemberEdit

  • Future Warfare Acquisitions in the Department of Defense begins black project KCF program.
  • An former Ohio police officer is facing charges of felony animal cruelty and unlawful discharge of a firearm after responding to a health department call regarding feral kittens living in a resident's backyard. The officer executed five kittens with his sidearm after telling the homeowner that "shelters are full". 1
  • Seven doctors, a Massachusetts judge and two Child Protective Services employees are arrested by federal agents following allegations of Boston Children's Hospital violating the Psychiatric Patient Protection Act after BCH and CPS seized a 15 year old girl from her parents for requesting a second medical opinion, without warrant. A judge later authorized a warrant based on falsified documents and in direct violation of the PPPA. Charges against the defendants include violations against the PPPA, medical fraud, insurance fraud, falsification of medical documents, warrantless search and seizure and gross medical negligence against a minor. 2
  • President Spencer scheduled to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in coming days to discuss increasing crisis in Iraqistan Syria province and recent Saudi Arabian-linked terror attacks in Volgograd.

NovemberEdit

  • Union of Everett Supreme Court rules in favor of man charged with killing two police officers during a warrantless no-knock raid against his home by a SWAT team in Ohio. The unlawful raid went wrong when the homeowner fired over two dozen shots with an AK-47 into officers entering his home through his broken down door, killing two of them and forcing SWAT officers to retreat. The Supreme Court's decision opens the door for citizens of the Union of Everett to open fire on law enforcement officers who engage in illegal activities including warrantless raids of properties. The President and Secretary of Justice stated their intent to pass laws re-regulating law enforcement practices which would include the prohibition of no-knock raids and amend the current laws under FESDA to add protections to citizens defending property or life from illegal police activities.
  • President Spencer traveled to Louisiana to present a family of six with the Civilian Medal of Valor, who rescued a kidnapped family member from an armed man, using a tip off, which lead to their armed raid of a house and saved the female family member from the kidnapper. Each of the family members were congratulated for their extreme heroism and presented Civilian Medals of Valor. 1
  • Northern Colorado, which seceded from the state of Colorado to become a new state within the United States in August, formally declares itself a protectorate unincorporated territory of the Union of Everett.

OctoberEdit

  • United States government declares a shutdown following a failure to pass a federal budget. The result has been the temporary furloughs of hundreds of thousands of federal employees, the closing of national parks. President Spencer responded, mockingly, in a speech regarding Congress, the Senate and the President still getting paid during a shutdown and the absurdity of closing public tax-paid lands in the U.S.
  • Russian Federation confirms Saudi Arabia special forces black operation team responsible for the detonation of Sarin gas in Iraqistan's Syria province. Evidence according the the country's diplomatic sources allege Saudi Arabia sent a team into Iraqistan to perpetrate the chemical attacks that killed thousands. The Russian government and the Security Alliance both confirmed these sources and focus in the potential war in the Middle East has turned towards Saudi Arabia alone. 1
  • Department of Justice reports UECU investigating NYPD officer for criminal negligence and dereliction of duty following information leaked that an off-duty, undercover officer was present during the events earlier in the week regarding a large gang of bikers harassing and assaulting a family in an SUV in New York City. The officer is alleged to have been present the entire time, did not call for assistance, nor intervened in the brutal beating of the driver. 2, 3
    • UECU arrests five NYPD officers for taking part in the biker attack on an SUV earlier in the month. One officer engaged in attacking and destroying the vehicle's rear windshield with his motorcycle helmet. The five officers face federal corruption charges including dereliction of duty, assault, destruction of private property and aggravated harassment. 4
  • United States shutdown crisis sparks record number of American citizens seeking immigration requests to the Union of Everett in the week since the U.S. shutdown began. Chaos continues to grow in the U.S. government as citizens and activists seek new ways of protesting the U.S. Congress and President Obama's leadership failure. President Spencer was quoted during a radio interview, "A war with the United States here is completely unrealistic. The Obama Administration will end up destroying themselves with this system of internal policies that haven't worked for 100 years."
  • Department of Disaster Management increasing preparedness for asylum requests from Americans seeking to vacate the United States as government shutdown continues and comes closer to massive debt default on October 17th. Federal government advised that a U.S. default would have no technical effect on the Union's economic security, the potential for Americans to increase requests for asylum and immigration status is expected to increase over the next week. DDM announced the utilization of catastrophe supplies used for housing refugees as formal temporary housing for Americans fleeing the United States along the border if Americans are unable to afford hotels or live with family residing in the Union.

SeptemberEdit

  • Union of Everett on "extreme alert" following reports the United States had "lost" a nuclear weapon while shipping nukes to its eastern borders. The federal government warned that any nuclear strike against the Union would result in an "intense and extreme retaliation". 1
  • Alert status raised to Green Alert 1 for Pacific territories, including Hawaii and Alaska, following a 5.3 magnitude earthquake which struck the already crippled Fukushima nuclear powerplant in Japan today. Geologists are warning of potential increased radioactive leaks and barrier failures which could create increase environmental crisis. 2
  • A multi-day standoff between Somalian and reportedly American and British domestic terrorists in a Kenyan mall in Nairobi, which resulted in at least 62 deaths over the weekend, has forced the hand of the Security Alliance. Kenya had previously requested the assistance of Israeli special forces but is said the new task force includes special operations teams from the Security Alliance, including Everetti military specialists. Those killed, injured and or still reported missing in the mall include several Everetti citizens. 3

AugustEdit

  • Ten counties in the U.S. state of Colorado submit application for EAZ protection status by the Union of Everett as movements to secede from the state and possibly the United States as a whole gains intense momentum following state level gun bans and abuses of power. The counties include, Cheyenne, Kit Carson, Lincoln, Logan, Morgan, Phillips, Sedgwick, Washington, Weld, and Yuma counties. If approved, the ten counties would be declared an official protectorate of the Union of Everett, becoming the Autonomous Protectorate of North Colorado. 1
  • Russian military offers the Union of Everett to join a tank biathlon competition. The biathlon of tanks would see a course for several world powers main battle tanks, competing in a time-trial battle course, which will include the United States, Italy and Germany. President Spencer and Secretary of Defense Jesse Ventura accepted the challenge with the Union's M4 Harris main battle tank. 2
  • As pro-Democracy protests begin to erupt in Bahrain once again, the United States is reported to have deployed the USS Nimitz aircraft carrier to the island nation in a show of force and support for the Bahrain government, where a vital US naval base sits. In a show of counter force, the Union of Everett activated its MEMCOM facilities on Larak Island off the coast of Iran, setting the EVS Justice carrier towards Iraqistan's Al-Faw ports. 3
  • The Department of Justice announces plans to investigate a SWAT training exercises in Rossford, Ohio where school officials and local police had ran a school bus hijacking scenario, utilizing real school children who had no prior warning of the training scenario, nor had parents been informed. The Federal Bureau of Investigation stated that allegations are outrageous and if found to be true, could be a federal offense and charges brought upon Rossford School District and the Rossford Police Department. 4
  • Massive chemical gas attack in Iraqistan's Syria province results in a death toll of at least 1,300 civilians. The United States, Britain and Saudi Arabia had been previously accused of committing the chemical attacks in Syria province months earlier in a false flag act of terrorism to give validation for a U.S. and UN sanctioned invasion of Iraqistan. This second chemical attack comes the same day UN officials were visiting the region under the guise of investigating war crimes. 5
  • Union of Everett Department of Communications & Internet Services releases patch to discovered Windows 8 backdoor vulnerability intentionally created by the United States' company Microsoft which provides Microsoft and the U.S. National Security Agency completely open access to computers running the Window 8 operating system. Following an alert by the German government for its employees to not use Windows 8 systems, the threat is possibly expanded to the Chinese government having access to the backdoor vulnerability. The Everetti CTTF created TPM Patch is available for download for Windows 8 systems on the CTTF website, which patches the vulnerability and disables the TPM chip. 6

JulyEdit

  • The Union of Everett celebrates its 10th Independence Day with the largest 4th of July celebrations since the country's independence in 2003. Fireworks displays were hosted in every major city. Displays in New York City and Everett City notably lasted for over an hour, with music to accommodate the shows. Fireworks were launched from Liberty Island, where the Statue of Liberty stands, as well as from the top of the New World Trade Center's North and South twin towers.
    • Today, President Spencer made her annual speech at the Federal Assembly of States, with the State of the Union speech, condemning the United States and nations abroad for acts of corruption, lies and the increasing destruction of human and civil rights in the "free West".
  • Federal agents served arrest warrants against Stark County Sheriff and several Deputies, who had illegally arrested a victim of an assault and forcibly and brutally assaulted and strip searched the victim. Video surveillance from the county jail depicted disturbing imagery of police committing a variety of felony offenses against the victim. The Department of Justice has served warrants on charges including assault & battery, unlawful imprisonment, false arrest, police report fraud, official misconduct, sexual battery and kidnapping. 1 (VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED)
  • Train derailment in Lac-Megantic, Quebec, results in massive fiery explosion from crude oil containers involved in the derailment. As many as 40 people are reported missing and thousands forced to evacuate as fires engulf large portions of the community. 2, 3
  • President Spencer angrily condemns U.S. Senate, U.S. Congress and President Obama for "daring to extinguish the First Amendment of the United States Constitution" by passing H.R. 347, which prohibits protest and assembly at any location near a public official, anywhere in which a Secret Service agent is visiting and near any location of an event of national significance. "This is why we seceded! This is why Everett exists today!", the President angrily stated on a live interview with FNN. 4, 5

JuneEdit

  • Federal agents arrest a Pennsylvania judge caught selling juvenile convicts to private prisons with maximum sentences in exchange for bribes and kickbacks. The judge is charged with multiple counts of federal and felony offenses including unlawful imprisonment, conspiracy, bribery, extortion, lobbying, issuance of unlawful warrant and offenses against minors. A privately owned juvenile delinquency facility was also raided by agents with the FBI, UECU, Pennsylvania State Police and the local county Sheriffs Department, arresting over a dozen employees. 1
  • Union of Everett joins Germany in government speaking out against the Microsoft XBOX One scandal where Microsoft alleges the ability of its new Kinect system to spy on users homes, enforce pay-per-user video surveillance and its ability to record video and audio of owners and potential to be used as a surveillance system for government or hackers. Everetti officials with the Cyber Terrorism Task Force have warned XBOX One may be restricted from sale in the country if certain Kinect features are not disabled. 2
  • Federal charges are announced against Verizon Communications by the Department of Communications & Internet Services after information is leaked confirming Verizon had been supplying the United States Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. National Security Agency millions of phone records, conversations, texts and voice-mails from customers across the Union of Everett and the United States. The Cyber Terrorism Task Force reported the incident as "a massive threat to the Union of Everett's privacy and national security and a blatant violation of Constitutional rights of Americans and Everettis". 3
  • Several counties in northeastern Colorado begin discussions regarding increased demands for secession from the state of Colorado due to increasing liberal and Democratic anti-gun laws, among other local issues. Demands for secession to Union of Everett statehood have also broken out around Colorado. 4
  • Everetti President Spencer responds to U.S. House Speaker Boehner's interview with ABC news after Boehner called the U.S. NSA leaker Edward Snowden "a traitor", calling the Obama administration and U.S. spy agencies "traitors against their own people and the Constitution of the United States." 5
  • The asteroid 1998 QE2, that passed Earth earlier this year, and that was intercepted by a NASA manned spacecraft, has been found to been unique to any asteroid ever encountered. The 1.9 miles wide asteroid had a 2,500 foot wide revolving moon, as it passed, that revolved a full orbit every 32 hours. The asteroid and its moon was directed to a course which will impact the sun in 17 months. 6
  • The United States and allies have announced "confirmed" allegations that Iraqistan had used nerve gas against ISNL rebel groups in Syria province, threatening the previous Obama administration's "red line" warnings. The Security Alliance has denied and nerve agents were used by Iraqistan and alleged the United States had provided chemical weapons to Al-Qaida aligned ISNL rebels and terrorists to induce a false-flag reason to invade the Iraqistani nation. The presence of U.S. forces in Jordan has heightened threat levels across the Union of Everett and Security Alliance countries, the Alliance warning that any attack against Iraqistan would result in a full scale war in the Middle East against Jordan and Saudi Arabia and any U.S. forces in the region. 7
  • Federal government places emergency travel advisories for citizens travelling to Turkey and Brazil, as the two nations are the latest in an outbreak of civil unrest and rioting worldwide. 8, 9
  • United States proposes official no-fly zone over Iraqistan's Syria province in hopes to aiding ISNL rebels fighting local Iraqistan officials and forces. Security Alliance retorts with warnings of full scale war should foreign aircraft attempt to violate Iraqistani sovereignty. Russia and China side with the Union of Everett, warning the U.S. and allies to not attempt any military actions against Syrians in Iraqistan. 10
  • In response to multiple foreign governments targeting YouTube to censor or prohibit access of certain countries to videos of protests ongoing globally, the Union of Everett President's "knowyourregime.org" activist website opens up public posting of video content regarding protests, riots or other videos depicting content prohibited on social media due to government prohibitions on free press and expression. 11

MayEdit

  • Union of Everett threatens to halt trade with the European Union as news of a European Commission proposal to criminalize the use or possession of seeds and plants not approved by a government bureaucracy is introduced for vote. 1
  • Union of Everett Department of Homeland Security sends out a travel safety advisory for citizens travelling in the San Diego, California areas to avoid school zones following a U.S. Sheriff's Department and Homeland Security announcement for an active shooter school drill. U.S. Homeland Security drills regarding terrorism have a long history of being accompanied by the actual events at the same date, time and location. 2
  • Federal government unanimously passes federal law prohibiting the ability of corporations or individuals from patenting, copyrighting or declaring ownership over natural genetics including human genes and DNA. The issue came up following the Angelina Jolie breast cancer report alleging the test that detected her breast cancer was patented by a company in Utah, which also holds a United States patent on two human genes, BRCA-1 and BRCA-2, two genes known to increase risk of developing breast cancer. The new federal law in Everett voids any current genetic patents on "natural genetics" and prohibits future patenting of such "naturally occurring phenomenon". 3
  • President Spencer attends global anti-Monsanto and anti-GMO protests in Everett City, joining over two million protesters worldwide demanding their nations ban genetically modified organics. The Union of Everett banned GMO foods over a year ago, becoming one of the first nations to prohibit genetically altered foods. 4
  • Expedition class Shuttle Solaris intercepts asteroid 1998 QE2, as it passes Earth within 3.6 million miles of orbit. 1998 QE2 is nearly 1.7 miles in diameter. The Solaris mission is to intercept, attach to and scan the asteroid's composition before directing it to a path into the sun. 5

AprilEdit

  • Federal agents arrest three NYPD officers on two charges of assault and battery of a minor under the age of 2 years, after police accosted a woman and her children in a New York City subway, pepper spraying them for alleged "turnstile jumping". The officers face 25 years and permanent loss of future employment in law enforcement, security or military service if convicted. 1
  • UN passes Arms Trade Treaty despite Everetti disagreement with the law over the treaty's wording regarding sovereignty over gun laws in individual nations and threats to the right to bear arms. Everett voted against the law along with Iran, Syria, Israel, Iraqistan, Taiwan and North Korea. Security Alliance member India chose to abstain from voting although the Security Alliance unanimously condemned the UN Treaty. 2
  • Everetti Supreme Court warns North Carolina's legislature that imposing an official state religion is a violation of the First Amendment of the Constitution and such a law would be invalid upon signature by the Governor. Several watchdog groups have already submitted petition to both the North Carolina government and the Everetti Supreme Court to "shoot down" the state law. 3
  • Union of Everett places a Code GREEN Alert 2 warning on travel to China. Travel restrictions to China were implemented following an official report from both the Chinese CDC and Everetti CDC stating Bird Flu has evolved, mutating into a far more lethal virus strain, capable of infecting birds faster and without symptoms while being able to attach and lodge itself on humans, potentially opening up a window for human-to-human spread of the virus. The H7N9 virus has been reported to have caused the deaths of three people so far in China. 4
  • FBI upgrades the charges against four teenage boys initially convicted of rape in Halifax, Nova Scotia to include four counts of manslaughter after the 17 year old victim of the rape dies from an attempted suicide. Parents removed their daughter from life support after three days since attempting suicide, suffering from mental trauma related to the previous brutal rape incident. This comes weeks after the Ohio federal circuit court convicted two Steubenville, Ohio high schoolers with rape, child pornography charges and aggravated harassment and several others on charges of cyber-bullying related to the Steubenville rape case. President Spencer angrily spoke about the two rape cases at a rally for fighting violence against women, "a rape of a young girl is intolerable... taking photos and posting them on the internet is even further disgusting... attacking the victim through bullying of any means is so beyond incomprehensible... what is wrong with our society today?!" 5
  • President Spencer makes a national speech regarding official results of the investigation into the Newtown school massacre that took place in December last year. The Newtown shooting is blamed on the United States CIA and declared an "act of war and state sponsored terror". The Union of Everett declares a cessation of ties and alliances between itself and the United States of America.
    • The United States Obama Administration attempts a counter response, claiming innocence while consumed by a flood of contrary evidence.
  • Terrorist bombing in Boston of a city marathon kills two and injures dozens. The Everetti Department of Homeland Security blames the United States for perpetrating the acts. 6
    • President Spencer speaks about the attacks after travelling to Boston hours after the attacks, "You will not induce fear, only vengeance! You will not see mourning, only demands for retribution! You will not achieve our defeat, only your justice served."

MarchEdit

  • Union of Everett FDA denies petition from the dairy industry to allow additives such as Aspartame and other synthetics into dairy products and not have to label them in the ingredients Nutrition Facts label. The Department of Commerce also threatened the United States to deny the petition or face a nationwide ban on importation and sale of American dairy products, which would be declared "contaminated hazardous goods". 1
  • Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez dies at the age of 58 following an intense battle with cancer, leaving the Union of Everett State Department unsure of how or if future relations and negotiations with the country will continue. 2
  • Federal government places travel warnings on citizens travelling to Tucson, Arizona and surrounding areas, in the United States after the Tucson City Council handed over authority and control of the city to the U.S. military. 3
  • NASA EarthGrid discovers "planet-killer" comet with a 1 in 600 chance on impacting Mars in October of 2014. Scientists estimate the comet to have a diameter between 5 and 30 miles, far larger than the asteroid believed to have wiped out the dinosaurs. The Department of Defense and Department of Disaster Management have announced plans to jointly plan missions that could deter the massive comet from striking the red planet. NASA stated if a deterrent is unfeasible, Mars research operations and the orbital Mars Research Station may have to evacuate by August of 2014. 4
  • North Korea threatens the United States with a "pre-emptive nuclear strike" if the UN and allies pass new strict sanctions against the North's nuclear weapons testing. The Everetti government abstained from voting during the UN Security Council's passage of new sanctions, disregarding North Korea's threats. The Union's response was "any nuclear weapons deployed against any other shall be intercepted". 5
  • NASA EarthGrid test fires the first of several future "Earth-defending" anti-asteroid satellite stations against a 330 foot-wide asteroid that would have passed the Earth on March 9th at a distance of 600,000 miles. The asteroid was largely destroyed and debris vaporized. EarthGrid is expected to be fully operational by 2017. The recent explosion of near-Earth asteroid and comet passes have forced Union and allied researchers and developers to rush development of the system. 6
  • Union of Everett offer to buy Greece's debt in exchange for financial cooperation in the EIEA to prevent future economic strife in the Greek nation is accepted, ruining plans for European Union banks to bail out Greek debt in exchange for Greece's surrender of the entire national gold supply. EU financial giants condemned the actions, while President Spencer called out the banksters' attempt to hijack Greece through financial debt extortion. The Everetti President reportedly voided Greek debt entirely, cleansing the Greek economy of all financial crisis. 7
    • Everetti Department of Commerce and FBI ordered to investigate corruption and involvement of financial giant Goldman Sachs in the Greek debt crisis. The Federal government alleges Goldman Sachs took part in an unlawful coverup of Greece's debt crisis and took advantage of the situation for profit, inducing economic devastation in the European nation.
  • President Spencer visits a Florida high school to commend a heroic 16 year old student who wrestled a firearm from another armed student who attempted to open fire on a school bus. During the visit, Spencer condemned the growing hysterical anti-gun culture and the suspension and punishment of the hero, providing the student the national Medal of Valor for his life risking heroism. 8
  • Federal agents with the UECU, Homeland Security and Marine Corps troops, numbering at 500 are deployed to Brooklyn, New York after NYPD announces the city borough to be a "frozen zone", a known NYPD term for Martial Law as protests and riots explode following two officers shooting a 16 year old boy. NYPD police powers have been suspended by the President in the boroughs Flatbush neighborhoods as a federal investigation against police corruption and the shooting ensues. Federal law enforcement teams are set to replace the NYPD in Brooklyn to ensure citizen safety from violent police officers. The UECU reported 12 arrests of NYPD officers for "acts of brutality" so far. 9
  • Union of Everett offers to buy the island nation of Cyprus' debt and void it in exchange for cooperation in EIEA objectives to crackdown on corrupt banksters and instate economic policies that would prevent future economic crashes. The Federal government made the offer following a report the International Monetary Fund would bailout Cyprus in exchange for seizing 40% of private bank savings accounts of Cypriot citizens. 10
  • Union of Everett and Iraqistan investigating an alleged missile strike in the city of Damascus in Syria Province of Iraqistan. Officials are claiming 26 civilians may be dead as a result of a chemical weapons strike, the result of ongoing ISNL anti-Iraqistan Islamist uprisings in the Syrian Province. The Security Alliance claimed the United States, Saudi Arabia and Qatar had plans leaked to supply, ISNL forces with chemical weapons to authorize a military assault on Iraqistan earlier this year. 11, 12

FebruaryEdit

  • The Union of Everett declares a Code ORANGE Alert following drastically increasing tension as events ongoing in the Middle East as Iran threatens retaliation against the Federal State of Israel following an Israeli air strike on a Lebanese/Syrian ISNL convoy said to be delivering weapons to terrorists in Northern Israel's Lebanon province. The latest mess of international fighting between Israel, Iraqistan, Everett, the United States, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Russia and Al-Qaeda related ISNL terror groups threatens to plunge the Middle East into a World War of multiple fronts. 1
  • Union of Everett condemns United States after a memo from the U.S. Department of Justice is leaked confirming the U.S. military's policy of utilizing drone airstrikes against Americans suspected of being terrorists. The Everetti Department of Defense warned any U.S. drones entering unlawfully into the Union of Everett "will be intercepted with force". 2
  • NASA Earth-Grid program intercepts near-Earth asteroid. The asteroid, 2012 DA14, at 150 feet in width, would have passed the Earth at 17,000 miles, closer than most satellites orbiting the planet. A strategic interceptor satellite fired a plasma beam, destroying the asteroid, which had the potential, if it were to strike the Earth, to cause catastrophic damage to a major city. 3
  • President Spencer condemns Los Angeles police response to the Christopher Dorner shootings and cop-killing rampage throughout southern California as LAPD officers are repeatedly reported to be opening fire and gunning down innocent bystanders and civilians in the attempt to catch the suspect. The President condemned the LAPD's long history of violent assaults on citizens and the ongoing current blatant murder attempts against civilians driving vehicles similar to the suspect's. 4
  • Everetti Naval frigate and a destroyer respond to provide emergency assistance to a disabled luxury cruiseliner in the Gulf of Mexico. Air Force cargo planes had dropped emergency supplies earlier, providing food and supplies. 5
  • Everetti federal government places official travel warnings for African American males> travelling to the West coast of the United States and Los Angeles, Las Vegas and San Diego areas after police announce their intentions of discriminatory harassment of all black men as the Christopher Dorner manhunt continues in the region. Everetti officials warn police may target African American males with lethal force or other threats of harm due to so-called "resemblance" to the suspect. Everett's Department of Homeland Security warns U.S. law enforcement that murder of Everetti citizens will not be tolerated. 6
  • Russian air defense lasers reported to have shot and destroyed a meteor over the city of Chelyabinsk. The resulting rain of debris induced over 1,100 injuries resulting from shock wave related shattering glass. NASA and the Russian space agency confirm an un-intercepted meteor of its size could have had impact power comparable with a 300 kiloton nuclear weapon. Russian laser defenses similar to Everetti SDI systems have been in joint development with the Everetti Department of Defense and Russian military. 7
  • The recent explosion of cyber attacks against government and corporate websites and servers of Western countries including the United States, Union of Everett, Britain and Canada is reported by multiple security firms and the Everetti federal government's Cyber Terrorism Task Force agency as originating from China. China has also reported a retaliatory outbreak of hacking attacks against its own services and networks in the previous few days, alleging the cyber attacks originated from Everett. 8
  • Union of Everett condemns U.S. Department of Justice and Homeland Security's requests from firearms target manufacturers to depict armed civilians for practice and training shooting. 9
  • The Union of Everett Federal Bureau of Investigation releases an official "wanted" advisory on Las Vegas shooting suspect Ammar Harris, who is wanted by U.S. authorities for a violent shooting incident on the Vegas Strip that lead to three dead and three others wounded. The Everetti FBI warns the suspect could be in the Miami area and is a known dangerous gang member, sexual predator and murderer. A female associate has also been listed as missing and possibly endangered. 10, 11

JanuaryEdit

  • FDA scheduled to authorize use of Dichloroacetate in treatment of several forms of cancers following nearly six years of prioritized Department of Health funding into research of the medication for curing cancer and killing tumors.
  • As anti-gun sentiment explodes across Europe and North America, Illinois Representative John Cullerton states his intent to force a state bill through and passed into law that would ban and prohibit all firearms in Illinois. The Department of Justice placed a warning toward all state level law enforcement in Illinois to disregard any state level order to "disarm the Everetti public". President Spencer lashed out against the Illinois state representative calling him a traitor to the Constitution and warned of federal level action should Illinois attempt to violate the rights of Everetti citizens. 1
  • Union of Everett UECU arrest three dozen Michigan Department of Natural Resources officers, five DNR officials and a Michigan judge on charges of violation of multiple federal laws and Constitutional rights after being found to have been illegally raiding livestock farms and executing farmers' livestock. 2
  • Federal government orders Bank of America to release the funds and accounts of a firearms dealer and manufacturer whose assets were illegally frozen by the bank on the bank's personal opinion that "guns should not be sold online". Bank of America faces fines as high as $25 million dollars per day that the account remains frozen in addition to a pending Supreme Court criminal case lodged by the victimized account owner. 3
  • CNN anchor Piers Morgan is ordered deported from the Union of Everett following live news comments about murdering a previous debate guest and his children. CNN may suffer a multi-million dollar fine for airing the comments to the public on live television. The Department of Justice stated a criminal investigation into the matter is possible under federal laws regarding death threats. 4
  • The Union of Everett military has responded to calls from the state of Quebec after locals discovered a pod of some dozen Orca whales trapped under the frozen ice. A small open hole allows the whales to survive but the ice hole is said to being closing shut which would result in the whales drowning. Members of the Quebecois Homeland Defense System, Quebecois Nationalist Militia and a team of Marines dispatched via helicopters are said to be en route with the mission of breaking a path of ice to lead the whales to open ocean. 5
  • Federal advisers and assistance teams from the Department of Disaster Management have been authorized to provide emergency triage assistance to hardest hit areas during this flu season. Officials with the CDC have begun its annual Flu Season commercial broadcasting. A Code GREEN Alert 1 was authorized yesterday by the President as cities are claiming flu infection levels are "epidemic". 6
  • Agents with the Union of Everett Crisis Unit, FBI and NAF launch an intense raid of Steubenville, Ohio following federal investigation of the Steubenville rape case, after Anonymous hacks and then leaks full documentation and evidence of the crime and a disturbing amount of local official corruption. Several teenage boys, local police officers, Jefferson County Sheriffs Deputies and the Sheriff, three school officials and several other suspects were arrested in a synchronized armed raid and arrest. Suspects face charges ranging in rape, kidnapping, assault, battery, conspiracy, official misconduct, corruption, destruction of evidence, possession of illegal narcotics, drug trafficking, possession of child pornography, among a trove of other charges. 7
  • President Spencer makes a national speech addressing "gun panic" which has rampaged across the North American continent since the Newtown school shooting in December. After a series of ludicrous reports of young children being harassed, suspended, unlawfully searched, arrested, among other incidents for allegedly bringing toy guns, using hand gestures and possessing pieces of ripped paper in the shape of weapons in school, the President spoke demanding citizens calm down and stop the unnecessary panic over the gun situation and "ignore media sensationalizing of fear and panic". The President mentioned by name, several of the incidents, calling the incidents "insane" and condemned school officials. 8; 9; 10; 11
  • Man holds 6 year old boy hostage in a storm bunker after murdering bus driver and kidnapping victim. Federal, local and state authorities continue negotiations. Militant Forces operatives deployed by the military to launch a rescue strike. Suspect is reported shot and killed, victim "safe and unharmed". 12

2012Edit

DecemberEdit

  • President Spencer mocks new Iranian submarine, laughing hysterically, after the Department of Defense advises her on ongoing Iranian threats in the Strait of Hormuz. Remarks, "It's the S.S. Viagra!". 1
  • New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg under federal investigation for violating federal laws regarding donations of funds to interfere in foreign elections in the neighboring United States. Bloomberg is alleged to have funded smear ads against an American Democratic candidate in California, promoting lies about gun laws supported by the candidate. If found guilty, Bloomberg could be impeached and never allowed to hold public office again. 2
    • During ongoing federal investigations, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was found to have ordered an illegal raid and eviction on a Occupy Movement Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief volunteer center in Staten Island. As reports on continued extreme abuses of power and national Constitutional violations continue to be exposed, the federal Supreme Court has authorized a temporary impeachment of the Mayor, allowing the Deputy Mayor to attain the position of Mayor until the end of prosecutions. The President has called the constant controversies following the Sandy disaster between FEMA and the actions of Mayor Bloomberg "gross and disgusting negligence and unlawful politicizing of natural disasters for personal gain." 3
  • Tragic school shooting occurs in Newtown, Connecticut elementary school. Suspect armed with two pistols and a rifle kills 10, injures 12; suspect killed by a HADv3 LE droid designated as a school security drone. 4
  • NASA's EarthGrid program launches an automated spacecraft to intercept new-found asteroid 2012 XE54, which passed the Earth at 140,000 miles distance on December 9th. The asteroid was measured to be large enough that if it was to strike the Earth in the future, the devastating effects would be comparable with the 1908 Tunguska asteroid collision. The new line of experimental Debris Interceptors are utilized for redirecting threatening near-Earth objects to a collision course with the sun. 5
  • Union of Everett Department of Justice places an emergency advisory for citizens travelling into the United States' state of Arkansas following the town of Paragould's establishment of illegal martial law. Everetti's are advised to avoid traveling to or through the town. 6, 7
  • Hundreds of thousands flock to the Mayan temple ruins of Chichen Itza, in Yucatan state, for the December 21, 2012 events. Federal authorities plan to monitor the area to ensure people's safety from potential doomsday related terrorism, including shootings or mass suicide attempts; denying anything 2012 related will happen. 8
  • Petitions in the United States, Everett and the United Kingdom regarding demands for the deportation of CNN anchor Piers Morgan on the claims of subverting the Second Amendment of the Everetti and U.S. Constitutions, forces a response from the President of the Union of Everett. President Spencer stated that the Department of Homeland Security is looking into the issue and the probability of Morgan's deportation, as he is a British citizen, may occur. A counter petition from the United Kingdom pleads with the Everetti government to not send Piers Morgan back to England, claiming it took the British "40 years to get rid of him". 9

NovemberEdit

  • Celebrations across the Union of Everett as the United States media confirms U.S. President Barack Obama has won the United States 2012 Presidential elections.
  • As United States Presidential elections begin in the next day, President Spencer of the Union of Everett speaks in a press conference endorsing U.S. President Obama for re-election. She stated that a Romney administration would deeply threaten Everetti-American ties and damage North America's economy. Spencer and Obama met earlier last week, discussing continued joint efforts in repairing the American and global economy upon Obama's possible re-election and Everetti-American ties.
  • Union of Everett Marine Corps are deployed into the hardest hit regions of Long Island, New York and coastal New Jersey as looters take advantage of continued downed power, communications and transportation systems. HDS authorities have reported the arrest of dozens of looting suspects and federal officials have confirmed at least five shooting deaths of looters. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's refusal to allow military disaster responders into the city because of their possession of firearms is ignored as per commands from President Spencer, who later condemned Bloomberg's vicious anti-gun stances. Marines are expected to utilize heavy military vehicles and tanks to clear paths and build makeshift bridges into cut off areas of southern Long Island, especially the Rockaways where 500,000 residents are without power, heat and water and have as of late, come under attack by looters posing as Red Cross workers and power utility workers. 1, 2
  • Following reports that FEMA has been using concentration camp style tent cities for Sandy victims, President Spencer orders UECU agents to raid the survivor camps in New Jersey and arrest FEMA security officials. Spencer has called for criminal charges against FEMA workers in the area, including FEMA security officers and other agents, "for failure to provide safe and adequate shelter and living spaces, unlawful imprisonment, unnecessary delays to rescue and relief efforts and gross negligence in providing proper food and supplies to homeless victims." Marine Corps vehicles, escorted by UECU police vehicles led the raids and evacuated victims to hotels, motels and other lodging services, paid for by the government, in Everett City. 3
  • Union of Everett to seize Hostess facilities and properties following a class-action lawsuit led by the nation's Unions. The suit, claiming neglectful management and corrupt business practices has led to the loss of thousands of jobs, including workers in the Union of Everett, employed by Hostess Brands. Courts ruled in favor of workers and authorized the seizure of Hostess belongings within the Union of Everett, to be bailed out and entered into a new ownership, heavily monitored by the Department of the Treasury until stabilized. The actions will save an estimated 10,000 Everetti jobs and save the Twinkie from extinction. 4, 5
  • President Spencer to attend Transgender Day of Remembrance memorials in New Orleans, Everett City, Miami and Chicago; to condemn hate crimes.
  • Power is restored to hurricane struck areas of New York and New Jersey as the Marines Corps Army of Engineers completes debris removal and basic utilities are restored. Federal investigations into FEMA's failure to abide by Union of Everett relief regulations continue a several key FEMA officials who took part in Sandy relief are subpoenaed to appear in federal court. The EVNS Mercy and EVNS Samaritan hospital ships are scheduled to continue providing housing for nearly 7,500 Sandy victims who remain homeless.
  • The Roman Catholic Church has come under fire in the Union of Everett as Human Rights groups alerted the Department of the Treasury to violations of Everetti IRS tax-exemption code. The Catholic Church is undergoing a federal investigation as a result that may result in two federal charges, Violation of IRS Tax Code 501(c)(3) and a charge against the Vatican City, an independent nation, violating Everetti sovereignty and interfering with and coercing elections. 6

OctoberEdit

  • Hurricane Sandy strikes the east coast of the Union of Everett, leaving a trail of severe devastation along the New Jersey shores and many areas of New York City. A Code Blue Alert 2 is declared, allowing mandatory evacuations of areas including Atlantic City, NJ and sections of Manhattan in New York.
    • Following Hurricane Sandy, millions are left without power. Code White Alert 1 is declared across the northeast and New England areas as transit systems, power, water access and communications are lost in areas of New York City and New Jersey. The Homeland Defense System is activated, requiring HDS personnel to act in relief efforts.
    • President Spencer donates blood and $100,000 to the Red Cross for Hurricane Sandy relief after touring the hardest struck areas, including sections of Everett City, which suffered some damages.

SeptemberEdit

  • The Department of Justice orders the NYPD to release Occupy Wall Street protesters arrested on Monday for protesting against Wall Street during the anniversary since the first OWS protests began one year ago. President Spencer condemns the NYPD for continuing unlawful practices of arresting protesters, violating the First Amendment. 1
  • Union of Everett federal government places a ban on the Everettimedia publishing the Kate royal topless photos, which has been a scandal rocking across Europe. 2
  • An 18 year old Muslim man, who attempted to detonate a bomb in front of a nightclub and bar in Chicago has been arrested by the FBI and UECU in a sting operation. Provided a fake bomb by uncover agents, the suspect attempted to commit a car bombing and was arrested moments after the attempt failed. The suspect faces the Death Penalty if convicted. He was charged with terrorism, attempt to commit mass murder, unlawful possession of explosives and treason. 3
  • Union of Everett Supreme Court overturns Illinois state court decision allowing religious medical practitioners including pharmacists to refuse to provide care to patients based on the practitioners personal religious beliefs and oppositions. The Supreme Court cited the rights to equal and full healthcare to citizens stated in the Constitution, Amendment 17. The presiding Justice also noted that to allow medical care providers to deny treatment to patients on such basis opens up the doors to future court decisions in regards to religious doctors refusing treatment of certain races, sexes, ages, religious persons and homosexuals. 4
  • Conservative Minnesota state representative Michelle Bachmann is impeached from her government position by the Supreme Court following heavily racist and insulting remarks against Arabs and Middle Easterners. The comments were stated by Representative Bachmann in an interview over school lunches serving Arab cuisine. The remarks were noted by both the President of the Union of Everett and the Supreme Court as beyond verbally abusive and openly racist and discriminatory, a violation of federal law regarding politicians and racism. 5
  • The Union of Everett Department of the Treasury and IRS warns the Catholic Church that continued illegal practices of taxation of church members and charging for services in Germany may result in the loss of the entire Catholic Church's tax-exempt status within Union of Everett territory. 6

JulyEdit

  • In time for the Union of Everett's 9th Independence Day celebration, negotiations in the federal government and with the NAF, led by President Spencer has won the re-legalization of the right to purchase, own, sell and use fireworks and civilian celebration-classified explosive materials including the legalization in states such as New York, sparklers, fire crackers, bottle rockets, among others.
  • Federal lawsuit led by the NRA against Google begins in Everetti Supreme Court in response to Google's policy against firearms and weapons that has resulted in Google's total censorship of gun related sales and businesses from Google Shopping.
  • An Egyptian Bedouin man announced earlier his kidnapping of two Everetti aid workers in Egypt in retaliation for the Egyptian government's arrest of the man's uncle for refusal to pay a bribe to Egyptian police. Israeli IDF forces in the Sinai Province responded to the Union of Everett's Department of Homeland Security request to rescue the two Everetti civilians without use of lethal force against the Bedouin man. The hostages were freed hours later by a helicopter unit of the IDF, as tracked by Everetti EDS system alerts. Reports say the Bedouin hostage taker is currently being talked with by IDF and Everetti military officials and may not even face charges. 1
  • The Union of Everett establishes its position on the ongoing United Nations Arms Trade Treaty which reports released by the NRA and government confirms wording of the treaty will target civilian gun ownership. Siding with the Everetti National Rifle Association (NRA), the President announced today that Everetti will not sign this treaty nor agree to its implementation anywhere in the world until the right to bear arms to strictly secured in the treaty's wording. Echoing the NRA, President Spencer stated "the Union of Everett will not surrender its 2nd Amendment rights to foreign policy makers."
  • Following a corporate announcement from the CEO of the fast food chain, Chick-fil-A, who lashed out against gay rights, President Spencer retorted against the chain comparing gay rights with the company's stance on chicken vs beef burgers, "Chicken is evil and that who says we have the right to say chicken is good? What the heck is a chicken burger? Beef is superior and only beef should be allowed to be a burger. It is immoral to have a chicken burger, only beef should have the right to be a burger." 2
  • George Zimmerman, the man accused of the murder of Trayvon Martin is found guilty of federal first degree Murder and perjury charges. Zimmerman's display of unremorseful behavior, among evidence presented including EDS records and reports, resulted in the judge sentencing death for the murder of the 17 year old earlier in the year. 3
  • President Spencer pardons a Kentucky teenage victim of rape after she unknowingly violates a gag order not to speak to the press about her rape incident or the case. The judge, attempting to press charges of contempt on the rape victim teenager, with punishments as high as three months in jail, is warned by the Department of Justice that it is unlawful to order a gag on one's right to speak about a crime committed against them. The President noted in a weekend speech regarding the story, "This is not Egypt or Saudi Arabia. Rape victims are not criminals and they have the right to talk about the crimes committed against them." 4
  • President Spencer openly condemns New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg for his announced proposal that police officers across the American countries go on strike to force the government to ban civilian gun ownership for the sake of their safety following the events in Aurora, Colorado. The President called Bloomberg's promotion a disgusting display of irresponsible governing for the mayor of a major city and a gross display of corruption, in essence, demanding law enforcement hold the nation's security for ransom for his demands of seizing Second Amendment rights. The President notably used the term "terrorism" to describe Bloomberg's idea. 5

JuneEdit

  • Federal Supreme Court overturns Tennessee state law that punishes students of schools for wearing "inappropriate" clothing with fines as high as $250 and up to 160 hours of community service. The federal courts cited gross violations of the right to freedom of expression and violation of the 8th Amendment, which protects the people from excessive fines and punishments. The presiding judge stated enforcement of school dress code is solely under the authority of the school districts themselves and not a law enforcement issue. 1
  • Following the brutal rape of a British journalist in Cairo, Egypt, the federal government has placed travel warnings and restrictions on the Egyptian nation. 2

MayEdit

  • Department of the Treasury and IRS revoke tax-exemption on the Berean Baptist Church, in North Carolina, after Pastor Sean Harris makes a notorious speech against homosexual children, promoting his congregation's members to assault and physically injure children who show non-gender-conforming signs. The incident went viral across news and the internet last month. 1
  • A suspect attempting to abduct two young girls from their mother in Tennessee is caught by police 10 minutes later following EDS alarms detected following the murder of the two girls' mother and old sister. The suspect was shot and killed during the rescue by Tennessee State Police and a Crisis Unit agent. 2
  • Following a state-wide vote, the Autonomous Zone of Alaska approves joining the Union of Everett as the 40th State of the Union.
  • Despite warnings from the President, Florida courts convict and sentence a woman to 20 years in prison for firing a warning shot to ward off her husband who was attempting to strangle her during a domestic dispute. Following the conviction, President Spencer announced the pardon for Marissa Alexander of Florida, convicted of aggravated assault by a jury. 3
  • Union of Everett FDA announces approval for use of HIV treatment medication Truvada as an HIV preventative treatment. Studies reviewed by the FDA on the United States' company Gilead Sciences Inc. product has shown the effectiveness of the drug in preventing and reducing transmission of HIV between infected and non-infected partners by 75%. The federal government stated it was ready to approve the drug for use in non-infected persons who are at high risk of acquiring the disease. 4
  • During a weekend radio talk, President Spencer is noted as commenting on a New York City budget surplus spending plan to train all Taxi drivers how to spot and counsel hookers. Spencer stated, "That's a nice way to help the city... idiots." 5
  • Federal supreme court deems Covington, Kentucky city ordinance unconstitutional after several students launch a class action lawsuit against the city for violations of federal children rights code. The ordinance authorizes the police to arrest students who play hooky on misdemeanor charges. 6
  • Department of Communications & Internet Services releases an official warning in response to a New York state proposed legislation that would require internet users to identify themselves online when using public forums, chat programs, social media and blogs. The federal department threatened that any proposed legislation would be in violation of federal internet neutrality code. 7

AprilEdit

  • A Union of Everett Navy fighter crashes in Virginia Beach, slamming into an apartment complex. 1
  • President Spencer condemns Milledgeville, Georgia police department following the arrest of a 6 year old elementary student who was having a tantrum during class. The school reportedly called police to report that the 6 year old girl had "assaulted" a principal. Police used handcuffs to restrain the girl. President Spencer has been notable in her condemnations against excessive and unlawful force against young minors by police officials who have been reported in recent years as utilizing abusive measures against young children. The Department of Education and Department of Justice are investigating the incident. Crisis Unit agents in the local area ordered the suspension of the officer who responded to the call and handcuffed the kindergartner. 2
  • President Spencer pardons a woman imprisoned for firing a warning shot from her gun to ward off an ongoing violent assault by her ex-husband in 2010. Florida courts sentenced the woman to 20 years for attempting to defend herself with non-lethal force. In addition to Spencer's pardon, the Everetti Supreme Court overturned the state ordered sentence in regards to federal self-defense law. 3
  • Spencer pardons a second African American victim of assault from imprisonment following the violent hate attack against a black transgender woman in Minnesota, who was violently attacked by a known Neo-Nazi outside a bar. This comes as the second African American related pardon this week by the President who stated, "Self defense is a right of black Everettis too. Racism by both hate attackers and by our law enforcement is not tolerable in this nation founded on justice and equality for all." 4
  • President Kaitlyn Spencer celebrates her birthday, turning 30 years old. The President is expected to meet with several organizations hosting parties including the ACLU, NAACP, Fraternal Order of Police and the Human Rights Campaign throughout areas of Everett City followed by an evening party at the Presidential Manor.

MarchEdit

  • National Movie Ratings Commission negates MPAA rating of "R" to documentary movie Bully to an Everetti rating of "PG-13" after request from President Spencer. The rating designation of "R" would have prevented schools from broadcasting the documentary film in classes. Spencer noted along with Department of Education Secretary Allison Matthews that the film would be helpful in combating bullying in schools.
  • Union of Everett declares war on the Lord's Resistance Army in Uganda in Operation: Child Shield.
  • UECU agents working in conjunction with the Department of Education investigate a lawsuit by a 12 year old student of a school district alleged to have illegally interrogated and trespassed on the student's Facebook profile and email accounts through threats and intimidation. A spokesperson of the Crisis Unit stated a county Sheriffs Deputy involved in the interrogation and trespass incident has been suspended without pay until further notice as commanded by the Department of Justice. The ACLU is currently representing the student in a lawsuit against the school district. 1
  • President Spencer during a meeting at a civil rights gathering warned law enforcement agencies that infringement of peaceful and orderly protest will not be tolerated in the Union of Everett. This comes after floods of legal reports of NYPD officers and departments illegally harassing, arresting, threatening and surveilling Occupy protest organizations. Executive secretaries of the Department of Justice and Defense warned federal police, such as the UECU, will be deployed into cities during Occupy protests if unlawful harassment does not cease. The DoD stated a federal military investigation is ongoing against the FBI after reports of FBI agents detaining and harassing Occupy protesters and intimidating them with threats of terrorism charges. 2
  • Cyber Terrorism Task Force transfers a cyber crimes case to the FBI and Department of Health and Department of Education following a disturbing Twitter Trend #ToMyUnbornChild in which over 100 soon-to-be parents posted on the popular site that if their child became gay, they would murder them. A more notable posting was a threat by a parent against their unborn baby that if it was born a girl, they would drown her in a bathtub. Federal agents say Child Services agencies in the areas of the recorded Twitter posters have been alerted to potential cases of child abuse. 3
  • UECU agents arrest George Zimmerman on charges of murder as a hate crime following the tragic shooting of 17 year old Trayvon Martin who was gunned down last month by the self-proclaimed neighborhood watch captain (Zimmerman) after the victim left a conveniance store, having bought a packet of skittles. The suspect is charged with murder and ignoring law enforcement orders after Zimmerman contacted 911 about a "suspicious" teen. The suspect followed and then gunned down the victim, disregarding police advising him not to engage the teen. Federal agents added hate crime charges after Zimmerman and witnesses as well local police stated the victim was a black male in a majority white neighborhood. Local police have refused to arrest the shooter on any charges after he claimed "self defense". The victim was unarmed. The Department of Justice has also prepared an investigation into the local Sanford, Florida police department. 4
  • Union of Everett State Department is reported to be negotiating with the Commonwealth of Dominica government on the release of two gay men arrested aboard the Royal Caribbean cruise vessel Celebrity Summit for the crime of "buggery", an anti-sodomy law banning homosexual sex. The Department of State announced upset that Dominican police boarded the Everetti vessel to arrest two United States citizens. Department of Homeland Security agents onboard the cruise vessel were unable to respond to the arrests in time to intervene. A Transportation Security Agency (TSA) representative stated, "It is Everett policy to not allow foreign law enforcement to arrest citizens aboard an Everetti craft or vehicle for a crime or criminal code not recognized by the Union of Everett." 5
  • Everett Department of Communications & Internet Services (DCIS) releases an official advisory and warning for internet users to not disclose internet user account logins to anyone and any time. This comes amid recent incidents in employment hiring processes across the country in which employers not only snoop on applicants' and employees' social media accounts, but have demanded access to their login data of sites like Facebook and email. Earlier in the month, law enforcement illegally trespassed on a 12 year old student's Facebook by forcing her to reveal her logins for her emails. The Department of Justice added a statement that your login data to online accounts are protected in the Fourth Amendment and that you are not required to disclose your account logins under warrant, as protected in the Fifth Amendment, which protects Everettis from self-incrimination. 6
  • Department of Communications & Internet Services introduces an amendment to current cyber security and privacy rights laws on the internet following a nationwide petition demanding the security of the right to privacy on the internet from unauthorized accessing and harassment of both school students and working employees of businesses from school administrators or employers who utilize social media to punish students or employees for things they do in their own time outside of work or school. A student in Indiana has reportedly led the charge against school and employer abuses of internet privacy rights and freedom of expression after his high school expelled him for a Twitter post, posted from his own home computer outside of school. The post was also noted in the petition and a pending federal lawsuit that his post had nothing to do with his school. 7

FebruaryEdit

  • Union of Everett Supreme Court immediately overturns Pennsylvania House Resolution 535 declaring the state legislative law a direct and gross violation of the Constitution of the Union of Everett's First Amendment which restricts state establishment of religion and ensures the separation of religion from government. President Spencer noted her shock at Pennsylvania elected lawmakers, "...a reprehensible action that destroys our values not just as Everettis but as Americans and our freedom of religion or none at all." 1
  • President Spencer during a Valentines Day speech comes out as lesbian, after commenting on nationwide anti-gay related bullying and resulting suicides. Mixed responses are felt across the nation, which for nearly 225 years of American history, a homosexual President has never even been conceived. LGBT organizations and civil rights groups announce their strong support for the President in having the pressure to "come out" to not only the nation but the world. Several Christian groups have announced that it is a new era in tolerance in having such diversity in Everett to have a homosexual President and state their support commenting that God loves everyone. Other groups and right wing organizations have protested against Spencer, calling for the impeachment of a homosexual President. The Union of Everett Judiciary has refused to review demands from groups demanding Spencer's impeachment, stating impeaching a President for sexual orientation is a violation of current Federal anti-discrimination laws.
    • Oddly, a petition has surfaced on petition website, change.org, demanding the ousting of Spencer currently with 7,600 signatures. Countering the petition, Anonymous has launched a petition on the same, calling for the genocide of Christians with over 300,000 votes and growing hourly. Analysts state voting scripts are being used and the entire petition is an internet troll. Christian right wing family associations that have been banned from Everett suffer a barrage of website outages due to DDOS attacks and website defacements launched by Anonymous and 4chanistan.
  • A Pennsylvania State Judge has been arrested by the UECU for violation of federal laws after throwing out an assault and battery case against a Muslim man for attacking an atheist during a Halloween Parade last year who was dressed as a "zombie Muhammed". The Judge was noted as also verbally abusing the plaintiff (the victim of the assault) and authorities stated the Judge had converted to Islam following his years as a veteran of the Iraq War of 2003. UECU and federal agents stated the Judge and the original defendant, relieved of all charges, have both been charged with violations of the Religious Security Act and federal Hate Crimes charges. 2
  • A school shooting occurs in Ohio. Four students were injured before an armed teacher intervened, firing at the student. County K-9 units and local UECU located the injured suspect later on, who fled the building. Authorities report the suspect was shot in the shoulder. 3

JanuaryEdit

  • A Tennessee State Representative was fined for Obscenity and charged with promotion of a hate crime by the Union of Everett Crisis Unit and ordered to resign from his elected post by a Union of Everett Supreme Court judge following his statements in the press, “I believe if I was standing at a dressing room and my wife or one of my daughters was in the dressing room and a man [referring to transgendered individuals] tried to go in there — I don’t care if he thinks he’s a woman and tries on clothes with them in there — I’d just try to stomp a mudhole in him and then stomp him dry."
  • Hackers from Anonymous launch a world-wide internet assault against American and European countries in retaliation for the downing of MegaUpload.com. Sites in the Union of Everett targeted include fbi.gov, doj.gov and several anti-piracy organizations websites located within the country.
  • Union of Everett Crisis Unit, Union Marshals and Federal Bureau of Investigation agents begin an operation under orders of the President to locate nearly three dozen former prison inmates pardoned by former Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour. Out of over 200 inmates pardoned, the three dozen suspects now being hunted, were Level 1 Felony criminals, whose crimes included rape and murder.
  • Ontario supreme court judge sentences three Afghan immigrants to death following the honor murder of three daughters including two minors and a fourth, an ex wife. The three sentenced to death were charged on compounded charges including Hate Crimes, Offenses Against Children and Violations of the Religious Security Act (murdering a person for religious sacrifice coded as "Honor Killings"). 1
  • Deadly and large vehicle pileup on Florida's I-75 freeway after brush fire smoke blocks out view for drivers. At least ten have died.2

2011Edit

NovemberEdit

  • An Ohio high school student is arrested on charges of Assault & Battery as a Hate Crime and Bullying Offense, following the videotaped brutal assault of a homosexual student on school grounds. Video footage was uploaded to YouTube, depicting the offender, who had previous bullying offense history with cyber bullying, viciously assaulted the victim for being gay. The offender faces both Assault & Battery and Cyber Crime charges as Hate Crimes and Bullying Offenses. This incident is the second violent hate crime offense to be charged against a minor under the new anti-bullying Phoebe's Law. President Spencer spoke out about bullying incidents and the rise in their brutality and the spread of viral assault videos online in a press conference, condemning bullying and the increase in anti-gay attacks in schools.
  • Mississippi "Personhood" amendment may violate federal laws regarding abortion, birth control and in vitro fertilization. The Department of Health stated that Mississippians seeking medical procedures within federal guidelines are still legally allowed access to procedures regardless of Mississippi law. Federal laws in Everett legalize abortion for victims of rape, incest and those with confirmed severe birth defects in the fetus while Mississippi's "Personhood" law could ban them.

OctoberEdit

  • UECU agents arresta Tennessee high school principal for assault against a minor after the suspect attacked a student in his school for wearing a Gay-Straight Alliance club t-shirt in school. Hate crime charges are pending although the victim was straight. Federal agents were forced to intervene in the issue after county Sheriffs officials refused to investigate the incident. A federal fine against the Sheriffs Department is pending, a federal official stated, for the department's failure to uphold the law on the basis of gay related discrimination.
  • Six kids are arrested and charged by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and CTTF in connection with the bullying related suicide of a 14 year old gay high school student in New York. The suspects are charged with aggravated bullying harassment, cyber bullying, obscenity and conspiracy as hate crimes. The six suspects may face imprisonment at a juvenile detention center until the age of 18 where they may face continued prison incarceration until the age of 21 if a charge of negligent manslaughter is also added.
  • A rare October snow storm strikes the northeast and New England area, leaving up to two feet on snow in areas. Power failures are reported in areas and significant damage including downed trees and power lines.

SeptemberEdit

  • A woman charged in April for the assault of a transgender woman has been sentenced to 45 years imprisonment for assault & battery as a hate crime and attempted manslaughter by inducing seizure. The second suspect, 14 years old, has been sentenced to remain incarcerated at a juvenile detention center until the age of 18 and then continue imprisonment in a prison until the age of 21.
  • Osama bin Laden is executed by firing squad at Riker's Island in New York City.
  • September 11th 10 year memorial anniversary is held in New York City at the New World Trade Center site.

AugustEdit

  • President Spencer signs into law the Psychiatric Patient Protection Act which requires psychologists, therapists, psychiatrists, mental health facilities, psychiatric centers and wards to retrieve a legal court order from a judge and a warrant for detainment, before having the legal authority to admit, against the will of a patient, into a care center or hospital for short term or long term institutionalization. Additional court order is required, which authorizes such care facilities to use specific treatments and medications as specified to coincide with the diagnosis and symptoms. The law requires court orders and warrants to be provided upon mental health records and a private review of such documents. The law also provides the right of institutionalized patients to right to all legal court protections within the Constitution including the right to an attorney, the right to a trial to defend from false allegations or corruption and the right of lawsuit for abuses or unlawful activities while detained and treated or illegal detainments.

MayEdit

  • Union of Everett Crisis Unit agents arrest three Connecticut police officers, district attorneys, a judge, a prosecutor and the school board of the Brookside Elementary School in Connecticut after a homeless woman is arrested by police and charged with felony larceny for sending her son to school using a fake home address. The school attempted to press charges on the mother for stealing $16,000 worth of education costs. The UECU now working in coordination with federal prosecutors have charged all of the arrested school and law enforcement officials with corruption and violations of the Constitution and federal laws regarding education rights and regulations of the Department of Education. UECU agents have reunited the son and mother after arresting a child protective service agent. The mother has reportedly submitted lawsuit against the state of Connecticut.

AprilEdit

  • Two women are charged with Assault & Battery and Attempted Manslaughter both as a Hate Crime following a Baltimore hate attack against a transwoman in a McDonalds. Both face life imprisonment. A third subject who filmed the incident and posted it to YouTube faces 10 years as an accessory.
  • Code BLUE alerts continue across most of mid and western Everett as severe thunderstorms and record tornado outbreaks leave damage from Mississippi and Alabama into Virginia and tornado touchdowns in New York state and New Jersey. A second storm system advisory is in effect for the week of May 1st with Code BLUE Alert 2 warnings continuing for Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee and Kentucky.

MarchEdit

  • Japan is struck by a 9.0 earthquake and resulting tsunami. Waves also strike Hawaii, reaching up to 8 feet in height. The Union of Everett deploys hospital ship EVNS Samaritan and the EVS Vigilance aircraft carrier and NATO aid fleets to provide humanitarian aid.
  • Union of Everett passes sanctions against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, freezing Libyan assets.
  • UN No Fly Zone established over Libya. Everetti naval vessels and aircraft commense operations against Libyan pro-Gadhafi forces.
  • Everetti military activates Iraqistani droid defenses to provide support to Iraqistani army troops in the civil war zone in Syria Province.
  • Everetti woman charged with sex crimes against her daughter and production of child pornography is sentenced to death. A second suspect is under arrest in the United Kingdom for possession of videos made by the mother. 1
  • Federal government ejects College of Prayer organization from the country, marking it as a hate group following the organization's announced funding and support of a Ugandan anti-gay rights bill that would legalize imprisonment and execution of gays in Uganda. Several leaders are arrested on charges of conspiracy to commit genocide. 1

FebruaryEdit

JanuaryEdit

  • New World Trade Center Freedom Tower and WTC's 4, 5 and 6 open to the public on January 1st.
  • Union of Everett Crisis Unit agent arrests Hamilton, Ohio sheriffs deputies and Sheriff on charges of assault and battery and filing of false charges and false reports on a man, following the illegal tazing and battery of the victim who was suffering from diabetic shock. 1
  • Operation Brimstone begins in the Union of Everett, lasting 24 hours.

2010Edit

DecemberEdit

  • New Years celebrations take place in New York City's Times Square and Everett City's Finance Center with the end of 2010 and beginning of 2011.
  • Winter season kicks off with severe blizzards along the east coast leaving up to three feet of snow in areas from Vermont to North Carolina.
  • New Jersey snow sanitation workers charged from reckless endangerment and corruption following a deliberate plot to clear New Jersey expressways of snow in a manner causing severe disruption to traffic, car accidents and trapped drivers. Large swaths of highway were unplowed or large walls of snow constructed in lanes deliberately in protest against the state.
  • New World Trade Center construction is completed on the Freedom Tower and 4, 5 and 6WTC buildings. The completed buildings open to the public on January 1st 2011.
  • WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, out on bail, disappears from the United Kingdom.
  • Union of Everett President Spencer condemns the arrest of the founder and owner of the WikiLeaks website and dismantling of WikiLeaks stating "Information is free. Arresting someone for displaying information, especially information depicting government corruption, such as found in the United States, is not a crime. In 2003, me and several state leaders dug up, pointed out, displayed and brought to the attention of the global community this same type of information. Showing the world why we had to secede. Now the world attempts to silence opposition, silence speech and destroy freedoms on a scale far larger than before. We have the right to speak out. We have the right to know and expose corruption AND we have the right to fight against it. I look down on Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States for its policies of silencing political dissent and opposition and free speech. The world seems to be on a gradual and secret road to fascism and totalitarianism and my government will not follow that road."
  • The Union of Everett government announces a specialized emergency re-creation drill scenario of total war will take place within Everetti territory starting Wednesday January 5th 2011 at 12:00AM EST and will last for 24 hours, ending Thursday January 6th at 12:00AM EST. A slew of commercial advertisements on TV and radio over the past two weeks in the country advertised citizens should prepare and create family plans in case of emergencies.

NovemberEdit

OctoberEdit

SeptemberEdit

  • Buffyverse fans rejoice as Slayer: Darkness Conspires new series premieres tonight (Sept 3).
  • Following a General Motors recommendation, the Everetti Department of Transportion requires vehicles to be fitted with OnStar systems or equal variants. OnStar or other systems will also be connected to the Emergency Tracking Centers.
  • Everetti military tests its anti-asteroid system against two near-Earth objects passing within the moon's orbit. Both asteroids passed the Earth at distances of 49,000 miles and 150,000 miles. One asteroid was destroyed by a surface to space anti-asteroid missile, the other destroyed by a PDS satellite attack.
  • September 11th memorials held at New World Trade Center in New York City.
  • Hawaiian astronomers in Everett announce the discovery of new planet in the star system Gliese 581, naming the planet Gliese 581 G. Scientists estimate the planet to contain water and falls within the habitability zone, making the planet strongly possibly Earth-like.

AugustEdit

JulyEdit

  • 4th of July celebrations nationwide as the Union of Everett turns seven years old.
  • State of the Union 2010 speech held to the nation and government.
  • 8th Federal Assembly of States meets in Washington DC, discussing matters of national defense, civil rights and economic reformation.
  • Times Square bomber is executed via gunshot at a military detention center for terrorism crimes.
  • Five new classified satellites are deployed from Fort Kentucky Air Force Base and the Kennedy Space Center.

JuneEdit

  • The Everetti federal government abolishes the limitation for pressing charges on a suspect after a period of time has passed. President Spencer stated, "I had no idea this law existed in some of our states. A person is never forgiven of their crimes and there should be no establishment of a due date for prosecuting an offender. That is not justice. Everett has a Zero-Tolerance policy regarding crime."

MayEdit

  • Unidentified suspect attempts to detonate a truck bomb in Times Square in New York City. The attack failed to work, setting fire to the vehicle, but forced the evacuation of one of the busiest sections of the city.
    • President Spencer made an emergency speech after the incident, warning terrorists against committing attacks, "We will not tolerate acts of terrorism within the Union of Everett. Attackers, regardless of your citizenship or nationality, will be treated as terrorist combatants and do not have any protections by international law and will be automatically stripped of all rights. You will be interrogated and executed as will any and all of your fellow terrorists and supporters."
    • Terror suspect reported captured by federal agents.
  • Mass flooding in Tennessee and southern Everett due to severe rain storms leaves extensive damage. Everetti government declares a federal disaster area to affected regions and deploys military rescue and relief forces.

AprilEdit

  • Massive oil tanker spill off the coast of Louisiana threatens coastlines and wildlife.

MarchEdit

  • New York state court throws out a lawsuit submitted by Lindsay Lohan suing E-Trade over a commerical. 1
  • Everetti government deploys federal agencies and the military into Philadelphia to aid police in combatting outbreaks of gang and mob attacks in city streets against random victims. Federal Gang Task Force teams and National Security Agency anti-terrorism units have also been deployed to locate and arrest gang members. The Federal Bureau of Investigation and Cyber Terrorism Task Force, working along side the Federal Communications Commission, are working to track gang activity through cell phone and internet use.
  • The Union of Everett officially bans Monsanto corporation's products, dubbing its agricultural products as extremely hazardous to the environment and the human food supply. Everetti Department of Agriculture seizes all Monsanto land, farms and property within the Union of Everett.

FebruaryEdit

  • Major blizzards and snow storms batter east coast region from New York to Virginia leaving up to three or four feet of snow in areas.

JanuaryEdit

  • Terror suspect who attempted to blow up a Northwest Airlines plane headed for Detroit executed for attempted terrorism.
  • Massive 7.0 magnitude earthquake strikes the Everetti state of Haiti, causing extensive damage in the city of Port-au-Prince. Death toll estimates stand at 230,000.
    • HADv2 and SBR droids have be deployed to Haiti. The aircraft carriers, EVS Liberty and EVS Justice have been deployed to provide medical aid, electricity and supplies to the region. 50,000 Everetti Marines have been activated to function as rescue and relief workers, deploying from Florida, coming to aid another 15,000 Marines from Haiti's bases.

2009Edit

DecemberEdit

  • The year's first snow storms hit the northeast.
  • Slayer fans come in record numbers to watch the Slayer:Advanced series finale episode Doomsday. 19 million viewers are recorded in Everett alone.
  • Major noreaster snow storm strikes eastern Everett leaving Virginia up to New York blanketed in two feet of snow. Everett City's heated streets are put to their first test and succeed in keeping the roads clear.
  • In response to the successful passing of hate crime legislation into US Federal Law , President Spencer salutes US President Obama and remarks, "Your flawed system actually worked for once..." The bill H.R.1913 passed both the Senate and House without notice after being hidden among bills for Department of Defense budgets .
  • In response to a rise in airport security incidents and attempted terror attacks, Everett orders the placement of HADv2 droids on all Everetti airlines as security agents.

NovemberEdit

  • Shooting spree occurs in Orlando, Florida architecture office. Suspect killed by an armed elderly man.
  • U.S. healthcare reform bill officially endorsed by Everetti government.
  • President Spencer shoots down the new New York State license plate design for 2010, stating, "I'm not putting that ugly s*** on my car."

OctoberEdit

  • Everett deploys military into Chicago gang infested neighborhoods as outbreaks of violence re-appear in the city. Reports of gang assaults against teens and children break out. Military, functioning as law enforcement, with aid from Chicago police and SWAT teams, raid gang member's homes and patrol the streets.
  • The Union of Everett and Venezuela sign an official peace treaty to begin new relations between North America and South America.

SeptemberEdit

  • Lockerbie Bomber killed in explosion in his hospital bedroom. Libyan officials' investigation points towards an assassination. Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrahi, the bomber, is the only person reported killed in the blast. The injury of a Libyan guard was also reported.
  • Everetti and Coalition forces capture Mogadishu. Heavy fighting ensues between insurgent civilians and Coalition forces. Islamist government and Al Qaeda flee north.
  • President Spencer fires Kentucky Representative Tim Couch for corruption, conspiracy and violation of civil rights.
  • Two Everetti police officers fired for abuse of power and violation of the 4th Amendment of the Constitution which protects individuals from cruel and unusual punishment after a woman is arrested and shackled like a violent offender for committing a traffic infraction.
  • Bed Bug infestion resurgence in New York City and spreading across the Tri-State Area results in federal operation to exterminate several species of insects from the nation. Federal funding has been passed to give laboratories funding on research of non-hazardous chemicals that can eliminate specified insects.
  • Everetti AeroMexico flight from Cancun is hijacked after landing in Mexico City by a suspect claiming to have a bomb, demanding to speak to the Mexican President. Passengers kill the hijacker.
  • CTTF agents raid and arrest 313 suspects in Operation: Myspace, charged with crimes ranging in hacking, violation of right to privacy, identity theft, impersonation, creation and deployment of viruses, trojans and malicious software and phishing.
  • Everetti FBI arrest, detain and interrogate a suspect claiming to have ties to Al Qaeda, captured in New York City, who has ties to a terrorist plot against New York City transportation systems. Because of his admitted ties to Al Qaeda, he has been transferred to the Department of Defense's custody as an enemy combatant and terrorist.
  • Massive rainfall and flooding in Georgia.
  • President Spencer announced to having H1N1 Swine Flu. Secretary of Defense Jason Harris steps up as Acting President until Spencer returns to good health.
  • New York City judge fired by Acting President Jason Harris for extraordinary corruption, violation of civil rights, bribery and official misconduct. The judge is arrested and charged. The incident sparks official laws concerning the "sexting phenomenon".
  • Everetti Acting President Jason Harris speaks at the UN, speaking out against Iran and speaking about the war in Somalia and the War On Terrorism.
  • G20 meeting begins in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in Everett.
  • Multiple terrorism arrests in the United States and Everett.
  • Massachusetts Senate passes a bill legalizing the forced qarantine, vaccination and or incarceration of Swine Flu patients or those who refuse vaccination, to be jailed. The bill also legalizes law enforcement, without warrant, can enter a person's home and arrest, detain and interrogate persons without charges, trial or legal aid. 1
  • In response to a sudden outbreak of corruption and civil liberties violations, President Spencer retakes office.
  • President Spencer orders the immediate investigation of the Pittsburgh police department in Pennsylvania for corruption, assault and battery, violation of the first amendment, violation of the fourth amendment, aggravated harassment and illegal detainment. An FBI investigation ensues of video footage depicting a man being kidnapped by force off the street at a protest by what looks like military soldiers in an unmarked police vehicle 2.
  • Cleanup begins in Georgia as waters recede. Government monitors home insurance companies to make sure they cover the losses unlike during the Katrina crisis.
  • In a vicious response to Massachusetts Senate Bill 2028, President Spencer fires the entire Massachusetts Senate and orders a Federal investigation into the bill and those involved. The bill is cancelled by Spencer. "Let this be a lesson to the corrupt scum of this country. You're digging your own graves when you pull this type of (censored)." she says in a press conference.
  • Earthquake and tsunami strike southeast Asia, striking Samoan Islands and Tonga. 75 reported dead. Second 7.6 earthquake strikes Indonesia, no tsunami reported, collapsing structures, trapping thousands.
  • Union of Everett warns the Japanese to release a Tennessee man, arrested for retrieving his kidnapped children from his ex-wife. The man was arrested outside the Everetti embassy. The demands include the immediate release of the man and his children to the Union of Everett. The FBI place the ex-wife on the FBI wanted list for kidnapping and fleeing the country in violation of a court order.

AugustEdit

  • Two Russian nuclear submarines are detected in international waters off the Everetti east coast. Everetti Naval forces dispatch to the area. SDI systems remain on severe alert. The official Doomsday Clock is moved to one minute to midnight, the first time since its inception.
  • A plane and tourist helicopter collide over the west river in New York City.
  • Union of Everett condemns the release of the Lockerbie Bomber. President Spencer angrily stated, "This is the (censored) Global War On Terrorism and the United Kingdom has the nerve to release a convicted terrorist?! You can be assured that this will not go unanswered by this country!"
  • Everetti NASA astronauts land the Expedition Class shuttle Expedition on Mars and for the first time in human history, a human has set foot on the red planet. The craft landed near the ice caps in the northern hemisphere and have begun their scientific mission.
  • Everetti President Spencer laughs at a Congo lawsuit against Norway after two Norwegian men are arrested and charged with murder in Congo. Among the claims within the lawsuit is $1 million in damages towards the vehicle involved, which is reportedly a 1980's mini pickup truck. While Norway has not officially responded to the ridiculous charges and lawsuit, Everett has stated that Congo is in no place to complain about murders whether or not the two men actually did it because of Congo's human rights record which consists of government funded and aided genocide and mass rape.

JulyEdit

  • Multiple attacks occur in Iran against prisons and government offices in Iran. Three prisons are attacked by unknown forces and the British Embassy in Iran is also infiltrated. The kidnapped Everetti-Iranian journalist that was arrested months ago in Iran has disappeared as well as two dozen British Embassy workers taken prisoner in June.
    • Iranian government claims 267 dead Revolutionary Guard, police and paramilitary forces.
  • Honduras' exiled President returns to Honduras against the threats made by the military takeover with the aid of Everetti Militant Forces. An Apache helicopter airstrike against the military junta HQ kills three leaders of the rebellion and 13 soldiers.

JuneEdit

  • Swine Flu outbreak declared a pandemic by World Health Organization. Over 29,000 are infected worldwide in 74 countries with 144 dead.
  • New Iranian election leads to mass protesting across Iran. Many citizens demand change from the current system of government. The Supreme Leader and Iranian President commence a violent crackdown on protesters.
  • In response to a court case in the United States, Everett passes restrictions on the RIAA and MPAA organizations declaring both organizations as corrupt. RIAA is well known for it's harassment of online so-called "pirates". The new law restricts illegal downloading fines in lawsuits to no more than what the file downloaded is actually worth in retail value such as $0.99 per song or $20.00 per movie. President Spencer stated to the press, "This recent disturbing act in Minnesota proves the failure of the U.S. justice system and the corruption of corporate organizations. To charge a person a fine of $80,000 per song is beyond ridiculous."
  • Everetti Department of the Paranormal responds to mass reports of Chupacabra sightings in Puerto Rico.
  • Michael Jackson dies of cardiac arrest at age 50 in California.
  • Iranian military seizes British embassy workers in Tehran, charging them with inciting the pro-western protests.
  • Military coup in Honduras leads to the exile of Honduras' President. U.S. President Obama speaks out against the act.
  • Billy Mays, the famous pitchman dies at the age of 50 of an enlarged heart.

MayEdit

  • Everetti military specialists update droid systems to run off of Everett's new satellite frequency, shutting down the old computer language systems and replacing them with a whole new language, completely cutting off droids from being hacked, controlled or communicated with through any current computer programs. Everetti space craft and satellites already run off this frequency. Everetti HADv2 droids withdraw from positions around the world and congregate to testing grounds in Everett.
  • Iranian government arrests an Everetti journalist in Iran for espionage and conspiring against Iran. Everett threatens Iran with military action if Iran does not surrender the journalist immediately. Everett enacts bans against travel to "terror countries".

AprilEdit

  • Everetti military tech specialists work to disable a computer worm set to attack the internet on April 1st. The virus has infected at least ten million computers worldwide and is awaiting orders from it's creator on what to attack or do.
  • Union of Everett FBI agents arrest five suspects wanted for cyber terrorism in last year's December Internet Explorer attacks. These suspects are not to be confused with the latest worm attack on April 1st. INTERPOL arrested another six suspects worldwide.
  • Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez announces he is willing to accept Guantanamo Bay's detainees after the U.S. base and detention center closes. President Spencer laughs at the proposal stating, "He is only going to free them so they can continue their terrorist activities." The U.S. government on the other hand, has not responded to the request.
  • Everetti airforce shoots down a stolen airplane, hijacked in Ontario and flown into Michigan airspace. F-18 fighters intercepted and destroyed the craft, killing the hijacker instantly. The debris fell into Lake Superior.
  • Somalian pirates go on hijacking spree, taking over several cargo ships. Everetti fighter jets bomb a Somalian harbor, sinking three ships. The Navy is deployed to blockade Somalia, the Everetti government also preparing to deploy ground forces to weed out and destroy the pirates. Additional air strikes destroyed a pirate camp and a military outpost.
    • Everetti assault carriers lands in Somalia, deploying 1,000 Militant Forces soldiers with humvees and towed howitzers. Apache assault helicopters are also deployed from the aircraft cargo hold.
  • Everetti military scientists release a virus into the famous Conficker worm that updates infected computer's virus protection with the Microsoft patch, cutting off Conficker's control of the ten million infected computers. Conficker still exists but remains dead in the water with nothing to control. Law enforcement is working to locate the suspect(s) responsible for the worm.
  • Union of Everett Naval forces raid hostage cargo ships being held in Somalia. 78 pirates are killed and 54 hostages are freed including five ships. The raids will continue into the morning. There are a total of 287 hostages remaining in Somalia yet to be rescued.
    • Everetti Militant Forces in Somalia come under fire from Somalian militants and army. Somalian positions are bombarded by battleship EVS Boston. Everett's blockade of Somalian ports is expected to be complete by April 13th.
  • An Iraqistani destroyer reaches the Gulf of Aden near Somalia to aid in combatting pirates. The destroyer takes on the mission of locating an Italian tugboat recently hijacked.
  • Union of Everett cuts off relations with Saudi Arabia, terminating all agreements until the nation's policies and laws are changed to follow UN and international laws. "The Union of Everett does not support nations that promote violations of women's rights and more importantly, child abuse, neglect and sexual abuse of minors." States the Secretary of State.
  • Remnants of Taliban in Pakistan, aided by Pakistani warlords and terrorists migrate deeper south into Pakistan, taking over villages abandoned by Pakistan's government.
  • Outbreak of Swine Flu in Mexico kills 68 with over 1,000 infected. Eight are infected in the United States.
  • The Mexican Swine Flu spreads to the United States, Everett, England and Canada, with possible cases in Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, Israel and Spain. Over 150 have died and over 1,500 infected.

MarchEdit

  • At 3:00AM the Union of Everett begins deployment of it's new satellite system. 48 new satellites will be deployed, armed with defensive and offensive systems, flight/travel capabilities, new AI anti-hack software and use the new communications signal for faster transmission. An additional 10 Planetary Defense System satellites will be deployed.
  • Everetti fighter jets bomb drug Cartel hideouts in Mexico near the Texas border. The Union of Everett warns Mexico to control it's citizens or face Everetti intervention. Drug related terror attacks within the U.S. at the hands of Mexican drug runners continue to rise. Increases of Everetti military forces at Everett/Mexico border spark tensions.
  • Everetti Department of Health, Centers For Disease Control and anti-terrorism forces begin investigation of rumored Bird Flu conspiracy at Baxter Inc. in which Avian Flu vaccines were infected with live Bird Flu viruses. Many theorists claim Baxter attempted to start a world wide pandemic. The Everetti government has placed a ban on all Baxter products until further notice.
  • After talks between the Presidents of the Union of Everett, United States and Mexico, a joint force is agreed to, to combat Mexico's drug crisis. Everetti military forces cross the border into Mexico, sending 15,000 ground troops and 5,000 HADv2 droids. An additional 35,000 troops may be deployed in addition to 2,500 American troops. The first acts of combat begin as a drug warehouse outside of Mexico City is bombed by Everetti SF22A fighters. 55 Cartel members are killed.
  • Union of Everett places ban on a "Rape Game" video game newly released from Japan.
  • Man goes on shooting spree in Alabama, killing nine people before being shot by a vigilant civilian and later executed by police on the charge of mass murder.
  • The United States begins deployment of 1,500 troops into Mexico. Battles between Everetti forces and corrupt Mexican soldiers break out as Everetti troops enter deeper into Mexico. Mexican Federal Police recieve shipments of advanced Everetti weapons to aid in combatting the Cartels and corrupt military.
  • Everetti forces in Mexico defeat a compound containing over 100 Cartel members after hours of combat.
  • The Union of Everett creates and enacts the Global Disaster Defense Program in response to the latest pandemic threats.

FebruaryEdit

  • Everett announces an end to official combat in Gaza Strip and withdraws 15,000 of it's 20,000 HADv2 droids from the territory. 5,000 droids remain positioned at civilian centers to keep out remaining Hamas fighters. Israeli forces commence withdrawal but remain at borders to control crossings. 19,876 Hamas fighters have been killed in the war. An estimated 2,500 remain in hiding.
  • UFO sightings in New Jersey. Department of the Paranormal begins investigation.
  • Everetti Naval forces continue operations in Somalia. Combat against pirates reaches the one month mark.

JanuaryEdit

  • 20,000 HADv2 droids stand-by on Iraqistani border of northern Israel, ready for combat against Hamas and Palestine.
    • 20,000 droids now stand-by on Gaza border, awaiting for Israeli command to invade. Droids begin shooting down incoming rockets from Gaza.
    • Everetti droids commense invasion of Gaza along with Israeli ground forces.
  • Everetti air force drops bombs over Somalia, targeting pirate camps. Droid scouts confirm at least 67 pirates were killed and 23 injured, who were later executed by droid scouts.
    • Everetti battleship EVS Massachusetts commenses raid of a hostage transport ship, killing 31 pirates and detaining 3.

2008Edit

DecemberEdit

  • Everett ceases the use of Daylight Savings Time. Clocks are set one hour back for the last time.
  • Everetti military at the New Pentagon and FBI Cyber Crime Division agents track down cyber terrorists exploiting the recent Internet Explorer security leak. Twelve Everetti citizens are detained for investigation. Another thirty five suspects internationally have been added to the Everetti Cyber Terrorism Most Wanted List.
  • Everetti government begins distributing the Nuclear Weapons Treaty to various world governments to bring an end to the nuclear age. Also begins signing treaties with nations to distribute Everetti technology.
  • Hamas terrorist organization commences attacks against Israel.

NovemberEdit

  • Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama wins November 4th elections in the United States.
  • Terrorists take over hotels in India, taking westerner tourists hostage. Four Everetti citizens are detected in need of help through EDS system. Everetti military forces respond from northern Pakistan. HADv2 droid response results in the deaths of over a dozen terrorists and the injury of one British hostage.

OctoberEdit

  • Everett bails out stock market and consumers who had been affected by faulty bank loans; government takes control of failing companies, charges faced by several major CEOs.
  • Everetti Air Force begins drone air strike campaign in northern Pakistan, targeting Al Qaeda, Taliban.
  • Everett imposes new tobacco laws including the Genocide Tax.
  • Prosecution of Wall Street CEOs for corruption charges begin in Everetti federal court.
  • Columbus Day banned in Everett; replaced with Native American Heritage Day.

SeptemberEdit

  • Hurricane Gustav impacts Louisiana as a category 3 hurricane.
  • Hurricane Hanna impacts Haiti as a category 1 hurricane.
  • Hurricane Ike impacts Haiti as a category 3 hurricane.
  • Large Hadron Collider activated at CERN in Switzerland.
  • Everett enacts Anti-Crime Vigilance Act.
  • Everett and United States Presidents and officials meet in Washington DC at the U.S. Embassy to discuss stock market crisis.

AugustEdit

  • EDS goes into effect. Millions are inoculated with EDS vaccine.
  • Everett threatens Pakistan to cooperate in War On Terrorism.
  • Russia invades Georgia. Everett threatens Russians to stand down. 24 hours given.
    • Russia ceases invasion of Georgia.
  • Pakistani President Musharraf steps down from office.

JulyEdit

  • Everett celebrates five years of independence.
  • Iran is defeated by Everett and Iraqistan.
  • All of Iraq joins with Iraqistan. Iraqistan is unified.
  • U.S. Forces pull out of Iraqistan.
  • New World Trade Center completed. Buildings stand at 150 floors each. World's first SDI defense laser is installed at the top of south tower.
  • Syria becomes part of Iraqistan.
  • The western third of Iran secedes to become part of Iraqistan.
  • Russia speaks out against Everett's missile defense laser.
  • Citgo oil company cuts Everett off from oil.
  • 34th G8 summit held in Tōyako, Hokkaidō in Japan.

JuneEdit

  • Syria is defeated by Iraqistan and Everett.
  • Hezbollah is destroyed.
  • Israel annexes Lebanon.
  • Construction of HES fuel stations begin.
  • Oil prices in United States reach $5.75 per gallon.

MayEdit

  • Iraqistan declares war on Iran and Syria.
  • Everett declares war on Iran and Syria.
  • Hezbollah threatens to attack Israel if Everett and Iraqistan do not stand down.
  • Everett declares war on Lebanon. Sends 100,000 HADv2 robots to the battlefield.
  • Gas prices locked at lower rate of $2.75 per gallon. Oil industry threatens to cut Everett off from oil.

AprilEdit

  • Everett withdraws all forces from Iraqistan and deploys 100,000 HADv2 droids as a replacement.
  • Government offices complete, roads, utilities and vital structures in Everett City. Capitol city is opened to public and government moves from Washington DC to Everett City.
  • Everett City International Airport is opened.
  • New Pentagon is opened. Building is shaped like a star rather than a five sided pentagon. Old Pentagon is demolished in accordance to U.S.-Everett agreement.

MarchEdit

  • Terrorists are caught sneaking into Iraqistan, coming from Syria.
  • Terrorists are caught sneaking out of Iraqistan with Intel for Iran.
  • Westboro Baptist Church protests at World Trade Center. Protesters are arrested for hate crimes and deported back to United States. Westboro Baptist Church banned from Everett.

FebruaryEdit

  • Al Qaeda terrorists are caught sneaking into Iraqistan borders from Iran. Tensions grow.
  • Everett lifts travel ban on Cuba. Citizens may now visit in Cuba.

JanuaryEdit

  • Scientology is outlawed in Everett.
  • Oil prices hit new records. Everett passes legislation to lock gas prices at $3.00 per gallon. Oil industry angered.

2007Edit

DecemberEdit

  • HES vehicles begin production.
  • First HES vehicle is driven on the roads.
  • The first fusion power plant is opened and activated.

NovemberEdit

  • Construction begins on the new capitol city of Everett, Everett City.

OctoberEdit

  • Neo Nazi factions attempt uprising in southeastern Everett. Decatur County, Tennessee overrun by Nazi forces.
  • Everetti Militant Forces and Marines invade Decatur County. 4,890 Neo Nazis caught and killed. 127 Marines and 3 MFs killed.

SeptemberEdit

  • Fusion power plants to be built as part of the Disclosure Project of hidden United States secrets.
  • The Hover Assault Droid Version Two (HADv2) is completed and mass produced.

AugustEdit

  • The population of Everett reaches two hundred million.
  • Hurricane Dean impacts Yucatan as a catgeory 5 hurricane.

JulyEdit

  • Haiti joins Everett and becomes the 34th state.
  • Puerto Rico requests to become the 35th state of Everett. Puerto Rico becomes a state of Everett.

JuneEdit

  • Haiti goes into civil war. Turns to Everett for help.

MayEdit

  • Everett deploys peacekeeping troops into Iraqistan.
  • Monetary aid is sent from Everett to Iraqistan.

AprilEdit

  • Iraqis become enraged with both sides of the war in Iraq. Northern half of Iraq secedes from itself and becomes Iraqistan.
  • U.S. military is kicked out of Iraqistan. Extreme tensions grow.
  • Everett and Iraqistan sign alliance.
  • Thirty-two people are killed in the Virginia Tech massacre on the premises of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, Virginia.

MarchEdit

  • Eight human skeletons are discovered in Fort Myers, Florida, later linked to suspected serial killer Daniel Conahan.

FebruaryEdit

  • An unseasonal tornado in central Florida kills at least 20 people.

JanuaryEdit

  • The Mooninite scare occurs in Boston, when devices used in a guerrilla marketing campaign for the animated television series Aqua Teen Hunger Force are mistaken for improvised explosive devices.

2006Edit

DecemberEdit

  • Smoking is banned in all Ohio bars, restaurants, workplaces, and other public places.
  • Saddam Hussein, former Iraq president, is executed in Baghdad.

NovemberEdit

  • Everett joins war in Afghanistan. Deploys 25,000 troops.

OctoberEdit

  • Nation of Belize joins Everett and merges with the state of Yucatan.
  • Charles Carl Roberts IV, a 32-yr-old milk-truck driver, kills five girls at an Amish schoolhouse in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania before shooting himself.
  • Hazardous waste plant near Apex, North Carolina explodes releasing chlorine gas, resulting in the evacuation of thousands and the hospitalization of over 100 residents.

SeptemberEdit

  • Tabasco, Chiapas, Veracruz and Tamaulipas of Mexico join Everett.
  • Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador of Canada secede to Everett.
  • The Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans re-opens 13 months after Hurricane Katrina with extensive repairs, including the largest re-roofing project in Everett.

AugustEdit

JulyEdit

  • Canadian provinces of Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador go into states of civil unrest.

JuneEdit

  • Yucatan, Campeche and Quintana Roo secede from Mexico and join Everett.
  • In Miami, the Federal Bureau of Investigation arrests seven men, accusing them of planning to bomb the Sears Tower and other attacks in Miami.

MayEdit

AprilEdit

  • The Mexican states of Yucatan, Campeche, Quintana Roo, Tabasco, Chiapas, Veracruz and Tamaulipas enter mass rioting against the corrupted Mexican government.

MarchEdit

  • Stem cell research is legal and funded by the government.

FebruaryEdit

  • The Pittsburgh Steelers win Super Bowl XL, defeating the Seattle Seahawks 21-10.

JanuaryEdit

  • Louisiana joins Everett.
  • Twelve dead coal miners and one survivor are discovered in the Sago Mine Disaster near Buckhannon, West Virginia.

2005Edit

DecemberEdit

  • Southwest Airlines Flight 1248 overshoots the runway at Chicago Midway Airport, killing a 6-year-old boy and injuring 11 other people.
  • New York City transit strike: New York City's Transport Workers Union Local 100 goes on strike for 3 days, shutting down all New York City Subway and Bus services.

NovemberEdit

OctoberEdit

  • A shipwreck in Lake George, NY kills 20 people.
  • A riot occurs in Toledo, Ohio during a Neo-Nazi rally on racial issues; 114 Nazis are arrested.

SeptemberEdit

  • West Virginia and Tennessee join Everett.
  • Hurricane Ophelia impacts North Carolina as a category 1 hurricane.

AugustEdit

  • Hurricane Katrina batters southern Everett and United States nearly destroying New Orleans.

JulyEdit

  • Hurricane Dennis impacts Florida as a category 4 hurricane.

JuneEdit

  • The United States capitol is moved to Sacramento, California.
  • Because of "quadruple-witching" options and futures expiration, the New York Stock Exchange sees the heaviest first-hour trading on record. 704 million shares are traded between 9:30-10:30 A.M. (1.92 billion shares for the day).

MayEdit

  • Georgia, Mississippi and Kentucky join Everett.

AprilEdit

  • Virginia joins Everett.

MarchEdit

FebruaryEdit

  • North Carolina and South Carolina join Everett.
  • Super Bowl XXXIX: The New England Patriots win their second consecutive Super Bowl title, defeating the Philadelphia Eagles 24-21.

JanuaryEdit

  • George W. Bush inaugurated as President of United States for second term.

2004Edit

DecemberEdit

  • One of the worst natural disasters in recorded history hits Southeast Asia when the strongest earthquake in 40 years hits the entire Indian Ocean region. The massive 9.3 magnitude earthquake, epicentered just off the west coast of the Indonesian island of Sumatra, generates enormous tsunami waves that crash into the coastal areas of a number of nations including Thailand, India, Sri Lanka, the Maldives, Malaysia, Myanmar, Bangladesh, and Indonesia. The official death toll in the affected countries stands at 186,983 while more than 40,000 people are still missing.

NovemberEdit

OctoberEdit

  • The Boston Red Sox win the World Series for the first time since 1918, breaking the Curse of the Bambino.

SeptemberEdit

  • Alabama joins Everett.
  • Hurricane Frances impacts Florida as a category 4 hurricane.
  • Hurricane Jeanne impacts Florida as a category 3 hurricane.

AugustEdit

  • Hurricane Charley impacts Florida as a category 4 hurricane.
  • The Statue of Liberty reopens after security improvements.
  • New Jersey Governor James McGreevey announces that he is "a gay American" and will resign effective November 15, 2004.

JulyEdit

  • Groundbreaking for the Freedom Tower begins at Ground Zero in New York City.

JuneEdit

  • The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (or "9/11 Commission") issues an initial report of its findings.
  • Preliminary hearings begin in Iraq in the trial of former president Saddam Hussein, for war crimes and crimes against humanity.

MayEdit

  • Wisconsin joins Everett.
  • Tax laws changed.
  • A WNBC helicopter crashes in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn, New York. This event is covered by rival station WABC-TV.
  • The National World War II Memorial is dedicated in Washington, DC.

AprilEdit

  • Gay marriage is legalized under federal law.
  • All forms of discrimination are made illegal under federal law.

MarchEdit

  • Abortion laws are set into effect.
  • The largest expansion of North Atlantic Treaty Organization to date takes place, allowing Everett, Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia into the organization.

FebruaryEdit

  • Women are given full equal pay rights.
  • The New England Patriots win Super Bowl XXXVIII.
  • The CIA admits that there was no imminent threat from weapons of mass destruction before the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

JanuaryEdit

2003Edit

DecemberEdit

  • Al Qaida threatens Everett to stay out of Middle East.
  • Radical Islam is outlawed in Everett.
  • Aryan Union is raided and members are arrested and jailed.
  • Saddam Hussein, former President of Iraq, is captured in Tikrit by the U.S. 4th Infantry Division.

NovemberEdit

  • Florida secedes from the United States and joins Everett.
  • New York City Subway's legendary Redbird trains are retired from passenger service after the R33/36 World's Fair cars make their final trip on the 7 line.
  • The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, in Goodridge v. Department of Public Health, rules anti-same-sex marriage laws unconstitutional in Massachusetts.

OctoberEdit

  • Racism, sexism and discrimination is made illegal.
  • Ku Klux Klan is raided and members arrested and jailed.
  • The Staten Island Ferry crash kills 11 after one of its ferries slams into a pier.

SeptemberEdit

  • All Everetti troops and forces are recalled back to Everett.
  • Federal News Network begins broadcasting.
  • Indiana Governor Frank O'Bannon dies after suffering a stroke in Chicago, Illinois. Joe Kernan, the Lieutenant Governor, is sworn in as Indiana's 48th Governor.

AugustEdit

  • 21 year old Kaitlyn Rachel Spencer becomes President of Everett.
  • Northern Everett experiences massive power outage, lasting for two days.

JulyEdit

  • Union of Everett declares independence.
  • 15 states make up the new Union. Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Maryland, Delaware, Indiana and Illinois.
  • The sons of Saddam Hussien are killed by soon-to-be Everetti forces.
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