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Posted on 05/17/2012 6:12:05 AM PDT by tomkat
NATO protestors have infiltrated the CPD computers with a worm that is wreaking havoc across the board. 35th Street and OEMC are in a full panic. The entire Department Intranet is in danger of a meltdown on an unimaginable scale, just in time for a potential "mass arrest" situation this weekend that would bring the Department to a grinding halt. (from our e-mail)
(Excerpt) Read more at secondcitycop.blogspot.com ...
Also (about 1/5th the way down the main page) is More Protest News (UPDATE).
( and don't forget the sh!t bombs found a couple weeks ago, evidently being readied by the OWS maggots for deployment agains all/sundry with the misfortune to be in the vicinity )
Damned shame this guy's posting via blogspot, hence relegating it to automatic blog burial here on FR. :-\
75% of the stuff he features is routinely scrubbed or potemkinized by the enemedia in Chicagø !
Welcome to the new season's lineup, with most of the same old plot lines, but with a few new twists and some new characters.
Maybe if the ratings are low enough, the series will be cancelled. It jumped the shark long years ago.
“Despite extraordinary police resources devoted to the NATO Summit, Chicago neighborhoods will get a 15 percent increase in police protection this weekend, thanks to 12-hour shifts and the decision to cancel days off,”
Tired and disgruntled LEO’s can be agressive at the wrong places and times. Could be a SHTF moment.
Only takes a short visit to the comments sections to know there’s a whole LOT of ‘disgruntled’ in BallerinaBøy’s Chicongø
Time for CPD to get their network security in order.
Silly moonbats, great plan, knock down the police computers so everyone arrested for disturbing the peace has to be held until the computers come back up and the police can check for warrants.
Roaches check in but they don’t check out.
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