Zombie fiction: illegal in Kentucky.

A Kentucky student has been arrested under anti-terrorist legislation

Winchester police say William Poole, 18, was taken into custody Tuesday morning. Investigators say they discovered materials at Poole's home that outline possible acts of violence aimed at students, teachers, and police.

Poole told LEX 18 that the whole incident is a big misunderstanding. He claims that what his grandparents found in his journal and turned into police was a short story he wrote for English class.

"My story is based on fiction," said Poole, who faces a second-degree felony terrorist threatening charge. "It's a fake story. I made it up. I've been working on one of my short stories, (and) the short story they found was about zombies. Yes, it did say a high school. It was about a high school over ran by zombies."

I originally found this story through Groxx. The article is here, and if you want to pass comments on to the relevant people, their contact details are here.

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JohnJY7 years ago
 *Quickly runs to hide any stories in my notebooks and computer...*
NachoMahma9 years ago
. Welcome to my world! One runs into stuff like this all the time in http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_United_States The South]. Heck, we still have Blue Laws.
. I wouldn't be traveling through KY if I were Brian DePalma, Steven King, Sissie Spacek, et al.
There's the one little thing I love about Texas - We can legally secede from the Union at any time...
?!?!
Yup - When the Republic of Texas joined the U.S., we reserved the right to secede at any time.
Okay. That was funny. Ha-ha. Seriously-where does it say that?
I don't know.... look it up!
You appear to be wrong, RS2015.
That last paragraph explains why college tuition was once so inexpensive for state universities in Texas...
KentsOkay gmoon8 years ago
>:(
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