The Santa Incident
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There are several acts of mild violence involving a wacko Homeland Security agent who believes Santa Claus is the leader of an alien conspiracy to overtake Earth.

- Agent "manhandles" (grabs) children who rescued Santa, in an attempt to detain and/or question them. (Two instances.)

- Agent gets into a tussle with the air force pilot who shot Santa down, but who later returned to help Santa get home.

- Agent shoots up his own field office as elves (who were there to rescue Santa's reindeer bells from agent's custody) escape in a cloud of confetti.

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