Hospital Bombing And Mass Shooting By Intaki Ultranationalist Gunman Leaves Hundreds Dead And Hundreds More Wounded Or Missing
22 March YC 125
by Vesh Jodexi
Subil-Kayat, Intaki – A truck laden with explosives detonated at the Tarimkar Hospital and simultaneous gun attack at the Kumilyan botanical gardens by a lone gunman has left over 120 confirmed dead and hundreds more injured or missing as distraught friends and family search for their loved ones.
The culprit has been identified by the Subil-Kayat Gendarmes as Numil Jasaraya, 27, formerly a fulfilment specialist with FedMart who is said to have been known to authorities and has prior convictions for assault and racial vilification.
Numil Jasaraya was cornered in a kiosk during his rampage at the Kumilyan botanical gardens and killed by a tactical assault team according to the FedPol Special Enforcement Unit.
Numil Jasaraya was banned just last month from a popular social media platform in Intaki after a hate-laden rant filled with racial invective against the resident Gallente minority of the system made under the handle, ‘FreeIntakiPatriot’.
M. Jasaraya left a hate-filled and deranged manifesto prior to his attack on the fringe Intaki ultranationalist and conspiracy galnet site, Echelon Front, in which he described his actions as, ‘a strike against the Gallente imperialist elites and a path towards true Intaki liberation,’ and, ‘in memory of our Intaki martyrs such as Zefil and Keram.’
Which is believed to be an allusion to the politics of the notorious Intaki ultranationalist Zefil-Keram Gang whose co-founder, Rushil Keram was killed in an accidental explosion at the Narikaam theatre late last week.
Senior Detective-Constable Juanil Razim of the Special Enforcement Unit of FedPol has confirmed the links between Numil Jasaraya and Rushil Keram.
“We believe that the culprit behind today’s terrorist attacks in Subil-Kayat was inducted and radicalised in the hateful beliefs of Intaki ultranationalism by the terrorist leader Rushil Keram.”
Numil Jasaraya was formerly a member of the Movement For a New Future political party known for its fringe right-wing and nationalist politics but was ejected from the party after his views were considered too extremist even for their policies. It is now suspected M. Jasaraya was behind the targeted assassination of the Movement For a New Future party founder and donor Uvil Tarman on the 15th of March.
It is believed the Tarimkar Hospital in Subil-Kayat was selected as a target for today’s terror attack as it was where mercenary operatives of the Namtar Elite private military company had been evacuated for treatment for wounds suffered during an ambush late last week in the nearby Akat Mountains by a splinter faction of the Free Intaki Army now believed to have been led and sponsored by the now deceased Rushil Keram.
However, according to Namtar Elite Public Affairs spokeswoman Vieve Alleronds all Namtar Elite mercenaries recuperating at the Tarimkar Hospital had been evacuated to the Fort Harner Federal Marines base for further treatment just “mere hours” before it was bombed.
Tarimkar Hospital is a scene of devastation after the truck bomb autonomously piloted by the terrorist Numil Jasaraya has left the Gamesh Vasrilya Memorial Wing flattened and the surrounding area covered in scorched debris left behind by the attack.
In one heart-wrenching scene uploaded to social media the still burning remains of a child’s stuffed animal can be seen among the wreckage of the explosion.
As emergency services struggle to search for any survivors of the attack among the rubble of the Tarimkar Hospital distraught friends and family of patients await for any news outside the exclusion zone. Many struggle to understand why the hospital was targeted.
“They call themselves the Free Intaki Army but is this what a free Intaki is supposed to look like? Where innocent people are killed just because they don’t hate the Gallente?” Said Tariya Inderlan whose mother was undergoing treatment in the oncology department, “What did my mother do? Why do they want to free us by killing us?”
Similar sentiments of confusion and despair were shared by others.
“I just don’t understand it, it’s all so senseless. What do these deaths serve?” Said Lamik Umilkan, “My daughter is in there somewhere. Alive or dead, I don’t know. She didn’t oppress anyone. Is this what liberation is meant to look like? It just looks like suffering to me.”
Surviving patients and victims of the bombing at the Tarimkar hospital have been transferred to neighbouring hospitals in Subil-Kayat.
Soon after the bombing at the Tarimkar Hospital Numil Jasaraya conducted a lone wolf style mass shooting at the nearby Kumilyan botanical gardens. Armed with a rail rifle and heavy combat armour M. Jasaraya shot indiscriminately into crowds gathered at the botanical gardens made popular by tourists, especially Gallente, who have enjoyed the cultivated styles of the renowned Intaki landscape architect Inkeril Tuvipaata.
The Special Enforcement Unit of FedPol responded swiftly to the attack at the Kumilyan botanical gardens and the skies were filled by the sounds of FedPol gunships as tactical assault teams landed and quickly cornered the gunman at a kiosk where he was then killed without further casualties.
Senior Detective-Constable Juanil Razim of the Special Enforcement Unit of FedPol commented on today’s attacks and the operations of his unit.
“Today it is with great sadness that the people of Subil-Kayat had to experience first hand the horrors caused by the hateful ideology of Intaki ultranationalism. Make no mistake that those motivated by ultranationalist beliefs do not fight for your sake or your freedom. They fight and kill only because they hate and they have no qualms killing those they purport to defend.
We who have long fought against Intaki ultranationalists such as in Solitude understand this well. We cannot negotiate with such people whose hatreds have blinded them against any and all reason or desire for peace. We can only fight them, and in the end win.
To the people of Subil-Kayat I say this, stand with the Federation in these dark times and the Federation will stand by you.
And win we shall.”
So far no group has claimed responsibility for today’s attacks in Subil-Kayat.