MAD PIG DISEASE
PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY:
A recent outbreak of "Mad Pig Disease" was reported in El Monte,
California on April 1, 1996, by thousands of shocked television viewers.
Several Mad Pigs were seen savagely beating several Mexican immigrants
on the side of the 60 freeway. The last known major outbreak of Mad Pig
Disease in 1991 later brought on major inflammation in the Los Angeles
area. Protect yourself from Mad Pig Disease. -- porkus batonus violentus
-- by becoming well informed.
SYMPTOMS:Subjects, usually law enforcement officials, go "hog wild"
when apprehending suspects of color under color of authority. Wild
flailing of the arms and use of abusive language is also frequent. Subjects
become violently ill. Nearby civilians may experience severe bruising.
METHOD OF TRANSMISSION:The Mad Pig virus flourishes in an environment of
heated anti-immigrant and anti-minority rhetoric. The California Civil
Rights Initiative and Proposition 187 are known agents of transmission
for Mad Pig Disease. Known carriers include: Stacy Koon, Lawrence Powell,
Mark Fuhrman, LAPD, Tracy Watson, Kurt Franklin, Riverside Sheriffs
TREATMENT:Citizen's Police Review Boards and specialized police training
is helpful in combating this affliction. Affected individuals must be
removed from the general badge-wearing population. REPORT ANY CASES
OF MAD PIG DISEASE TO YOUR LOCAL NEWS MEDIA OR POLICE DEPARTMENT