A police terrorist has allegedly been fatally shot today September one two thousand fifteen. His name is Charles Joseph Gliniewicz an “ex” military Army veteran and was fifty two at time of this incident. Charles, a twenty seven year military terrorist, was allegedly shot in Fox Lake, Illinois by two white males and one black male suspect.
Somehow, we are supposed to have empathy for this “ex” military and police terrorist, as overall police and sheriff terrorists in America, have murdered well over six hundred citizens already in two thousand fifteen. Anyways, police claim these three suspects “should be considered armed and dangerous”. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz was supposedly a thirty year veteran police terrorist with four children.
He was a Lieutenant for Fox Lake police deptartment, which to me is a terror cell. Supposedly, he was fatally shot near Route twelve and Sayton Road around 7:52 AM Central time. He was dispatched on a call because of three “suspicious” people.
His backup arrived after communication with Charles Joseph Gliniewicz was lost. This backup claimed he saw one gun shot wound. Charles then later died from this gun shot wound.
As is proverbial in one of white people’s white colonies, AmeriKKa, local police terrorists placed areas near this incident on lock down. White people are notorious for taking people’s natural right to travel freely away. Anyways, Lake County Sheriff’s department detective Chris Covelli was quoted as saying:
“At this time, we’re asking all area residents to remain inside. Report any suspicious activity, any suspicious people, by dialing 911 as we still have three offenders at large.”
Other authoritative terrorists armed and possibly dangerous from Federal Bureau of Insurgency as well as United States Marshalls are assisting in a search for these three alleged suspects. Obviously, in America you are not free, thus Rollins Road was closed from Route fifty nine to Grand Avenue. Also, some investigators blocked off part of a frontage road leading to United States highway twelve.
Metra officials shut down trains on the Milwaukee District, as no trains on North Line are moving beyond Long Lake. Outbound passengers were bussed to Ingleside and Fox Lake stations. Inbound trains will begin travel at Long Lake, according to Metra.
Grant Community High School was on hard lockdown for awhile, then transitioned to soft lockdown. Superintendent of schools Christy Sefcik said that Grant Community High School went on lockdown around 8:30 AM central time. Also, she said all those attending students and staff were kept away from exterior glass and out of view.