29.1 C
New York

Astroworld staffers urged to call injured attendees ‘smurfs’: ‘Not victims’

Published:


Astroworld staffers urged to call injured attendees ‘smurfs’: Not victims’
Astroworld staffers urged to call injured attendees ‘smurfs’: ‘Not victims’

The Astroworld event management team’s alleged attempts at covering up the concert tragedy, by referring to it as a “smurf” has overtaken social media.

According to the document, CODE ADAM is the situational code word used for any and all emergencies by the event management team. It is used for any and all announcements, from reporting missing children to bomb threats and even active shooter alerts.

The event’s executive producer and festival director, whose names have been redacted for privacy sake are the only ones in authority to stop an event.

CODE ADAM also gives staffers the go-ahead to “watch for individuals attempting to arouse the crowd” and “monitor behaviour for escalation.”

According to Chron, it is currently unclear whether the code word ‘smurf’ was enforced, however, eyewitness statements reveal all victims were referred to as such.

Denial of responsibility! - If you are a regular visitor then ignore this...
Read Full Details




For Latest Updates Follow us on Google News

**If you have any Query Related This Post then here is the Source Link**

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Related articles

Recent articles