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Adiela Louw apologises after bungled raid causes destruction
“I was wrong and I’m sorry,” says star of ‘Corsairs Uncut: Live’
Red Maltings Run Sea-zone: Coracle personality Adiela Louw has personally met with the inhabitants of the Key Baxter rooftop settlement after they mistakenly raided some of the town’s recent building work suspecting it of being a smugglers’ outpost. In an operation co-ordinated by the local security contractors, Estrada Incorporated, Louw captained the squad that attacked the waterline floors of the submerged Newgate building, causing the palafittes above to partially collapse. Filming was cut at around 0320 hours when it became clear that the inhabitants were civilians.
“This is indicative of the crass indifference the media offers the people of these settlements,” said McKinley Maurer, spokesman for Venture Forth, a group campaigning for the rights and welfare of microstates across the Beldore Main. “The lack of consideration for the lives affected by these actions just proves that viewing figures are their greatest concern.” No injuries have been reported following the incident, but the inhabitants have reacted coldly to the destruction of their property. “The smugglers treat us better than this,” said one Key Baxter resident. “Though I suppose Adiela did apologise.” Lowdown Films, the production company owned by Adiela Louw have agreed to cover the costs of recovering and reconstructing the three palafitte shelters that were lost in the building collapse and have reportedly offered to pay for further supplies and building materials.
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