The scare was a topic of conversation and intrigue across the local social web, and it appears many residents were genuinely fearful such an event could come to pass.Making matters worse, the rumor filtered into the blogosphere, along with suggestions that the “threat” was credible. We’re going to take any threat that we receive seriously, particularly one that encourages and incites violence against our community …El 23 de junio de 2015, la iglesia de Charleston (Carolina del Sur) se convirtió en el escenario del asesinato de nueve personas de raza negra por parte de un joven blanco.Dylan Roof, de ideología supremacista, entró en la iglesia afroamericana y abrió fuego contra los que se encontraban en ese lugar. We’re going to take that seriously and investigate that as thoroughly as we can. I love my city[.]” Police later confirmed a juvenile’s link to online “Purge” fears, noting that he had not been charged but they were continuing to investigate.As a department, I believe that we’re adequately prepared for anything that could arise.” I was sitting in my house and watching ‘The Purge,’ and I thought of the tweet and picture that started it. While police took Purge rumors seriously in Louisville, local media and sources within the Louisville Metro Police Department agree that weekend criminal activity was quite average: Complete hoax. To bring you the best content on our sites and applications, Meredith partners with third party advertisers to serve digital ads, including personalized digital ads.
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However, no criminal incidents connected with these rumors appear to have been reported in any areas where the claims have circulated.
There is a rumor going around Facebook and my city (Jacksonville, Florida) that residents of Florida, most particularly Jacksonville, will be participating in a “purge” (yes, like the stupid movie) on 2014.
A Marion County judge entered a not guilty plea for Johnathan Cruz during an initial hearing Thursday on three murder counts and other charges for the attacks starting May 12.
Angela Barger, who told reporters after the hearing she was Cruz's girlfriend, said she was with him at least one day during that time and didn't believe he committed the crimes."They're making him out to be some type of crazy, violent person and he's not," she said.