I was really shocked the first time I saw local media covering it. We’re going to take that seriously and investigate that as thoroughly as we can.As a department, I believe that we’re adequately prepared for anything that could arise.” A leaked FBI memo also claimed that gangs in the area had planned to raise havoc at various big events during the summer, but fortunately those threats never arose.
Police officials announced law enforcement was keeping vigilant, but didn't specify what tactics it was employing, WKYT reports.
The extra caution came after flash mobs were linked to at least 17 assaults and robberies in the city in the spring.
The family is assured that the security system manufactured by James' company will keep them safe.
Their neighbors attribute the size and fittings of the newly extended Sandins' house to his success in selling security products to them for Purge Night.
He temporarily disables the system to allow the man into the house.
James races to re-engage the system and holds the man at gunpoint as Henry comes downstairs and pulls a gun on James.
That was followed by the mass shootings here in America, and I saw these reality shows about families who make guns.
All of that combined into this idea of a holiday where Americans could legally murder people.” According to Louisville’s police spokesman Sgt.
Phil Russell, officials “take any threat that would incite violence on our community seriously.” As stated, the news of this purge has received widespread reaction on Twitter.
A Kentucky student who started the entire Louisville purge hoax is now saying he did not intend to create panic or to cause a viral sensation that is spreading to cities throughout the United States.
Zoey returns to her room to unexpectedly find Henry, who managed to sneak back in before the security system was engaged, and says that he plans to confront her dad about their relationship.