|Crazed terrorist holed up in Minneapolis hotel. Luckily it wasn't around Superbowl LII.|
As we prepare for Superbowl LII, we are reminded that the cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul will be watched like a hawk.
As of today, there will be a 35 mile "no fly zone." That means all air traffic that isn't heading to the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport will not be permitted to land.
The Homeland Security advisers will monitor all potential threats domestic and international.
The Department of Health and Human Services will work with Minnesota governor Mark Dayton and state officials to sanitize U.S. Bank Stadium and Minneapolis venues.
Minnesota is one of the leading states in flu reports. Even some of the NFL stars are facing it. New England Patriots star Malcolm Butler has flu-like symptoms.
On Sunday, the New England Patriots will face off against the Philadelphia Eagles.
One man hold up in a hotel room will have no time to watch the game. This white terrorist held up Minneapolis Police for 40 hours. He is lucky to be alive. He did not suffer like Jamar Clark, Justine Damond and Philando Castile.
|The suspect from his earlier days.|
The police said that they were negotiating with the terrorist for hours. The law was doing a welfare check on the guy when he decided to lock the door and keep them at bay.
The terrorist inconvenienced people. Many at the hotel were forced out.
The terrorist was tossing microwaves and televisions out the window.
SWAT had to get involved and got the pest out of his room. The terrorist was wanted in Arizona on some white collar shit. Now he will face some real shit.
Disturbing the peace, refusing a police order, resisting arrest, inducing panic, vandalism, assault on a police officer and trespassing.
A laundry list of charges. He will be spending some time in the iron college or the psych ward.
The suspect is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.