Tony Kyeton was a young and aspiring news reporter. He tried everything he could in school to meet these dreams, taking many classes such as journalism, and even scoring great grades in his English classes. As soon as he was out of high school, he found a chance to make it as a reporter, and he jumped on it. A large focal point of 2009 was the Chernarus civil war. What others saw as a travesty, Tony Kyeton saw it as a chance to make it big, and the possibility of being picked up by larger national news stations. He packed his bags, filed his passport, and landed within the war ravaged soils of Chernarus. Upon his arrival, he settled within the small town of Rogovo, only 4 km away from the bustling city of Cherno.
Quickly, Tony made his way into the local Press and immediately began reporting highlights of the war. His statement within the press was to keep it gritty and real. Tony himself didn't shy away from reporting the darker sides of the war, capturing the war crimes committed by the Chedaki, and even showing the unrelenting presence of the CDF and even the US armed forces within Chernarus. Following the end of the altercations between the Chedaki and CDF, Tony had quite the resume built up within post-civil war Chernarus. During this time period, Tony Kyeton would continue to work for the Press, writing the newspapers, interviewing locals, and covering the occasional freak accident.
Things were quiet and peaceful from this point on for Tony, and he'd eventually start planning an inevitable stay in the beautiful nation of Chernarus. However, within late April of 2017, numerous news and media outlets began to report supposed cries of outrage from citizens, following an assault conducted by Chernarussian extremists. Tony believed it to be just another headline and news story to report, but he could've never imagined just what would be unearthed in the ensuing chaos. The CDF began to interfere in attempts to diffuse the situations, and this was a gold mine for news and media; Tony, with his camcorder and microphone, he'd begin to move onto the scene and begin reporting on the situation once more, just like he did 8 long years ago.
Rumors began to arise soon after on the 10th of July, people rehearsing the events that had recently conspired, individuals mauling and attacking each other in fits of rage with no apparent reason or rhyme as to why. When Tony attempted to alert other nearby news offices of the happenings, it wasn't reported. He desperately pleaded with other outlets to cover the story, but to no avail, his pleas were not heard. Now, considering himself an outspoken reporter, he'd attempt to inform the world of the gruesome attacks that continued to unravel as time went on.