Thursday, July 16, 2015

 

SHOOTER AT NAVAL RESERVE CENTER IN CHATTANOOGA TENNESSEE.

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UPDATE-JULY 16,2015-09:45PM
WELL SURPRISE-SURPRISE.THIS IS ANOTHER ISLAMIC-QURANIC SEX FOR MURDER-DEATH CULT SHARIA LAW TERRORIST ATTACK AGAIN TODAY BY THIS MOON GOD ALLAH-MUHAMMAD DEATH CULT WORSHIPPER.THIS KILLER OF 4 INNOCENT MILITARY MEN.SAID ON HIS WEBSITE.HE WANTS ISLAM CONTROLLING THE WHOLE EARTH.AND WE ALSO FIND OUT HIS DAD WAS ON A TERRORIST LIST. BUT THE SON MURDERER TODAY WAS NOT.THE MOSQUES IN EVERY WESTERN COUNTRY MUST ALL BE WATCHED BY FBI-POLICE EVERY MINUTE OF EVERY DAY. TO END THIS SEX FOR MURDER DEATH CULT ISLAMIC-QURANIC CULT.IN ITS TRACKS TO END ALL THESE INNOCENT PEOPLE DYING AT THE HANDS-SWORDS-KNIVES OF THIS SEX FOR MURDER-72 VIRGIN-DEATH CULT ISLAM.ACTION HAS TO BE TAKEN NOW AGAINST EVERY MOSQUE IN ALL THE WESTERN NATIONS.TO TRACK EVERY ONE THAT GOES THERE.ALL 24 HOURS A DAY.

UPDATE-JULY 16,2015-11:55AM -BREAKING NEWS
THERES AT LEAST ONE SHOOTER ON THE LOOSE AFTER FIRING LOTS OF SHOTS AND POSSIBLY INJURING ONE PERSON IN THE LEG.AT THE NAVAL RESERVE CENTER IN TENNESSEE.THE ONGOING SITUATION I WILL UPDATE ON.THE MALE WAS WHITE.AND HE DROVE AWAY IN A SILVER MUSTANG.

MAYOR ANDY BERKE-CHATTANOOGA TENNESSEE
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Andy Berke ‏@AndyBerke 22 minutes ago Chattanooga, TN-11:38AM
Horrific incident in our community. We will release details as they are confirmed. Prayers to all those affected

UPDATE-JULY 16,2015-02:40PM
A POLICE OFFICER HAS BEEN SHOT-BUT WE DO NOT KNOW IF HES BEEN KILLED. AND THE SHOOTER SHOT AT 3 DIFFERENT PLACES ON THE RESERVE AT LEAST. THERE WAS ALL KINDS OF SHOTS FIRED BY THE WHITE SHOOTER IN THE SILVER MUSTANG.HE BACKED THE CAR UP TO SHOOT AT SOME OF THE SPOTS.BEFORE PEELING OFF CASUALY-NOT REAL FAST LIKE YOU WOULD EXPECT.HE RELOADED HIS AUTOMATIC RIFLE AT LEAST ONCE.BEFORE SHOOTING AT THE OFFICE BUILDING. 4 MILITARY OFFICERS HAVE BEEN SHOT.AND THE SHOOTER WAS KILLED BY HIS OWN HAND.OR A OFFICER KILLED HIM 6 MILES FROM THE ARMY NAVAL RESERVE.ALSO A BLACK BMW WAS SEEN ON THE SCENE.AND CURRENTLY BEING LOOKED INTO.ITS REPORTED THAT THE SHOOTER AND 4 MARINES ARE KILLED.AND 3 INJURED.

UPDATE-JULY 16,2015-03:45PM
THERE CALLING IT A DOMESTIC TERRORISM ATTACK.WITH RAMADAN ENDING TOMORROW.THEY FIGURE IT WAS A TERRORIST ATTACK BY ISLAM OR A LONE WOLF TERRORIST ATTACK BY AN ISIS SUPPORTER.AT THE END OF RAMADAN.

LIVE UPDATES: Four killed, shooter dead in two attacks on military facilities in Chattanooga-Two military centers attacked by unknown gunman-July 16th, 2015 by Staff Report in Local Regional News Read Time: 5 mins.

What we know- Multiple shots were fired at two military centers in Chattanooga-A gunman was killed- There is no longer an active shooting situation- Five are dead, including four Marines and one shooter- A police officer was shot and is in stable condition- No motive is currently known for the attack
Amnicola Highway shooting.

Four members of the military were killed in two attacks on military centers in separate parts of Chattanooga by an unknown gunman, leading to lockdowns at local hospitals as well as the Army Recruiting Center on Lee highway as well as the Naval and Marine Reserve Center at the Chattanooga Riverpark, where shots were fired. A single shooter, described by witnesses as a white man driving a silver Ford Mustang convertible, began firing shots at 10:45 am.m. at the Lee Highway recruiting center, then led police on a chase to the Amnicola Highway location, where further shots were fired. At least four Marines were killed and one police officer was shot in the attacks at Amnicola Highway. Two others, a soldier and a police officer, were wounded in the attack, according to the Associated Press. Officials have said the shooter is dead and that the active shooting situation has ended. The shooter did not work at either of the facilities, according to the FBI. Today's attack came with no warning, the FBI said. A sign on the outside of the Lee Highway location had a "no guns allowed" sign posted. During the news conference, the FBI confirmed that guns were generally prohibited at federal facilities.Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam called the situation a "tragedy" and "sickening." The Governor's mansion, along with many other sensitive facilities in the region, was put under heightened security immediately following the shootings. U.S. Attorney Bill Killian said during a press conference that he would classify the violence as an "act of domestic terrorism."During the attack on Amnicola Highway, numerous Chattanooga and Hamilton County officers "actively and enthusiastically" engaged the suspect, said Chattanooga Police Chief Fred Fletcher.Witnesses at both the Amnicola and Lee Highway sites reported hearing multiple gunshots in each case, with the bulk of the firing happing at the Amnicola Highway location. Shortly after the shooting, blue markers littered the ground outside the recruiting station on Lee Highway where shots were fired, and police completely blocked off Amnicola Highway to traffic. A photo taken after the attack from a helicopter and posted on Twitter showed the shooter's Ford Mustang with doors opened, parked next to a bent gate that was positioned in such a way that it appeared to have been rammed by the vehicle. President Obama has been briefed on the situation, and multiple law enforcement agencies have responded to the scene, including the FBI. Carolyn Taylor, who works at Binswanger Glass across Amnicola Highway from the incident site, said she heard what sounded like over 100 gunshots."It was eight, 10 rounds at a time," she said. "Several people were shooting."Taylor said the police arrived and took the employees behind the building and later let them back inside.She said the business was still locked down more than two hours after the shooting and police were bringing food into the employees. At Lee highway, witnesses also reported hearing multiple gunshots.Nicholas Donahue, an employee at Desktop Solutions, said there were two groups of four to eight shots.Another witness said he saw the shooter drive away at high speed after the shooting there. Toscano Italian Grill co-owner Mohamed Elbardissy heard shots and saw the shooter drive away at high speed."He was driving a silver, convertible Mustang — a white guy," Elbardissy said."One of the guys, he got shot in his leg," Elbardissy said. "He was trying to join the Navy."Victims were rushed to Erlanger, where police officers put the hospital on lockdown. Shortly after the shooting, there were more than half a dozen police cars with lights flashing, and ambulances arrived one after another. Police officers at Erlanger guarded the door with high powered rifles and ordered the news media across the street. Erlanger CEO tells me the hospital was on lockdown "so that we could actively manage the disaster." At one point, officers closed a curtain outside the Emergency Room, obscuring the ambulance from public view. They continued to work on the person in the ambulance for several minutes before bringing him inside the hospital. He appeared to be awake and sitting up.Family members arrived later and were escorted inside by other police officers, who put their arms around the women. Bruce Gans, owner of Tri-State Pools at 6220 Perimeter Drive, near Lee Highway where the shooting occurred at the U.S. Naval Recruiting Station, heard at least three gunshots this morning."We had the back door of the store open when we heard 'Pop, pop, pop,' which sounded liked an AR-15. Within minutes, it seemed, cops were all over the place. We heard rumors that five Marines had been killed. We locked the doors.""I just heard all the shooting," said Fred Wright, a counter salesman at Carquest Auto Parts downhill from the U.S. Army Recruiting Office at 6219 Lee Hwy.Then Wright saw recruiting office personnel come running."All of them starting running through the brush and the briars," Wright said. "One of them was yelling, 'Call 911, someone's shooting at us.'""Three of them came in here, and we called 911," Wright said.Bradley Square Mall in Cleveland, which also has a recuiting office, was also locked down. However, though the mall was locked down, police said that there was no shooting in Bradley County.Chattanooga State Community College, which is down the road from the shooting on Amnicola, was also on lockdown until further notice, said spokeswoman Eva Lewis. Lewis said she could see Chattanooga Police and Chattanooga State patrol cars circling around campus.A Rave alert was sent out to students warning those on campus to get inside and stay put and those with classes now and this afternoon to stay away, she said.The lockdown was lifted after police said the "active shooter" situation was over, but Lewis said the campus will close for the day.The campus was being closed for the day out of respect for the families of the victims, and in recognition of the emotional day for students' parents and the students themselves, she said.Chattanooga State's campus on Amnicola HIghway will return to a normal schedule on Friday.Cleveland, Tenn., police responded to reports of a shooter at Bradley Square Mall and the mall was locked down but no shots were ever fired, authorities said.West's counterpart at the Bradley County Sheriff's Office, Ed Ramsey, told the Times Free Press around 1:45 p.m.that the mall would reopen at 5 p.m."Everything's back to normal," Ramsey said.About an hour after the shots were fired in Chattanooga, McMinn County Sheriff Joe Guy said officers were sent over to the area around the recruiting center in Athens, Tenn., "just as a precaution."Gerald McCormick, Tennessee house majority leader, said he was "deeply saddened to hear of today's horrific events in our hometown of Chattanooga.""My thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families. I have been in contact with state and local officials to monitor any developments. I have the utmost confidence in our law enforcement agencies to handle this situation in a swift and professional manner."Stay with the Times Free Press for more live updates. 


Shootings at multiple places near Tennessee college, officer hit-Reuters By Brendan O'Brien and Suzannah Gonzales-JULY 16,15-YAHOONEWS

(Reuters) - There have been shootings at multiple places in Chattanooga, including near a U.S. Army Reserve center and a Navy recruiting center in the Tennessee city on Thursday, and a police officer was hit by gunfire, officials and local media reports said.There have been several shootings at several different locations," said Tennessee Highway Patrol spokesman John Harmon. "It's a fluid situation," said Harmon, whose agency was helping local authorities."We've got an officer down," Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke told reporters, calling it a "very terrible situation."The U.S. Navy said it was investigating a report of a shooting at a Navy recruiting center in Chattanooga.A witness at a glass company near the Navy facility said the area was on lockdown, with the shooting starting at about 11 a.m."We have heard multiple shots fired," said Marilyn Hutcheson of Binswanger Glass installation and repair service. "It's very scary ... right now it's a very fluid situation," she said.Lee University, in Cleveland Tennessee, about 30 miles (50 km) to the northeast, was on lockdown, the school said on its website. It advised people to stay inside until further notice.(Reporting by Suzannah Gonzales in Chicago, Brendan O'Brien in Milwaukee and Emily Stephenson in Washington; Writing by Jon Herskovitz; Editing by Mohammad Zargham and Jonathan Oatis)



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