Los Angeles School District – Closed Because of False Alarm

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The entire Los Angeles school district was closed today December fifteen two thousand fifteen. False alarm threats were allegedly emailed to members of this school district board of brain white washers. All classes were cancelled, for six hundred fifty thousand students, receiving daily indoctrination at these temporary internment camps.

Twenty seven hundred plus police terrorists were involved in walk through searches, at more than one thousand fifteen hundred temporary internment camps, also known as schools. These clowns were searching for explosives or weapons that did not exist. Nobody knows who made these alleged threats.

The Federal Bureau of Insurgency a known terrorist organization in it's own right claimed this threat was not credible. A member of the United States Congress House Intelligence Committee was quoted as saying,

"a hoax or something designed to disrupt school districts in large cities."

in reference to this false positive email threat. Just coincidentally or perhaps not, a similar threat was made in New York City. However, those temporary internment camp schools were not closed.

Superintendent of Los Angeles schools Ramon Cortines claims that an email message was sent referring to backpacks and "other packages". Also, he claimed this threatening email message referred to numerous schools not specifically named. This alleged threat targetted students in school buildings and not on buses.

This threatening email supposedly was routed through Germany but may have originated from closer to the United States of disgrace. Allegedly, explosive devices, assault rifles, and pistols were mentioned in this email message. Ramon defended his decision to shut these schools down for an entire day with this verbatim articulation:

"The circumstances in the neighboring San Bernardino, I think what has happened in the nation, I think what happened internationally"

and

"I, as superintendent, am not going to take the chance with the life of students."

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