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September 1, 2015
Donald Trump and Jeb Bush's war of words heats up
“Breaking tonight, we are now more than 12 hours into a massive manhunt after
a cop is shot and killed on the job….In a moments, Mike Tobin will join us live
from the scene and Sheriff David Clark will join us on this latest tragedy for a
police department that find themselves under fire.”
Steyn calls server scandal 'devastating' to Clinton; Christie takes on
2016 election issues
After a commercial break, a Fox News Alert offers “…A massive manhunt
underway for the killers of a 30 year law enforcement veteran…The 52-year-old
father of four was shot early Tuesday today and later died at the scene. Police
say the suspects are considered armed and dangerous since they stripped the
lieutenant of his gun and other equipment…Lieutenant Gliniewicz is the fourth
law enforcement officer gunned down in the United States in the past week.”
Cop killer suspects on the run north of Chicago
Live video from the site and the search for the “perps.” Gliniewicz painted as a
hero on the police force and “once again talking about a police officer being
slain.” Lots of helicopter footage.
Illinois manhunt worse than a needle in a haystack?
Lost a family man and friend affectionately known as G.I. Joe.
Massive manhunt underway for cop killers in Illinois
Megan Kelly video: “…massive manhunt after the execution of yet another U.S.
police officer.” Video of the search on site. Reports of frightened community
members. Testimonials of how Gliniewicz is a great guy and officer. Then ties
story into a police shooting in Texas, how Black Lives Matter is stirring up hatred
against police, and, finally, President Obama should speak out against Black
Lives Matter and should send a delegation to Gliniewicz’s funeral. The final
2/3rds of the show was then about how Obama has failed to support police.
Scores of investigators scour northern Illinois for 3 suspects wanted in
“As a small northern Illinois community mourned a popular veteran police officer
who was fatally shot while on duty, authorities scoured the area overnight in
search of three men wanted in his slaying.
Helicopters were to aid about 100 officers early Wednesday as the manhunt in
and around the village of Fox Lake for the suspects the fatal shooting of Lt.
Charles Joseph Gliniewicz stretched toward a second day, a sheriff's office
Authorities from across the state and region poured into the village about 60
miles north of Chicago after the shooting Tuesday morning, some wearing
tactical gear and toting high-powered rifles. Federal agencies, SWAT teams and
48 police dogs assisted in the search for the suspects, Lake County Sheriff's
Office spokesman Sgt. Christopher Covelli said.
Officers could be seen taking up positions on rooftops and along railroad tracks,
scanning the terrain with rifle scopes and binoculars. Others leaned out of
helicopters with weapons at the ready. Residents were urged to stay indoors,
and schools were put on lockdown.
September 2, 2015
'Blue and Brave': Illinois town rallies around police as search for
officer's killer goes on
Continuing story about the “massive” manhunt as “three armed and dangerous
men run loose after killing a police officer in cold blood.” Officer Gliniewicz was
so dedicated he had his “officer’s badges tattooed on his body.”
Town on lockdown as search for cop killer suspects continues
More on the “massive manhunt.”
Is there an epidemic of violence against police in America?
The O’Reilly Factor: “Some believe that's in response to a number of black men
being shot by the cops. Bexar County, Texas there is a video showing 41-yearold Gilbert Flores being shot to death by two police officers. The cops say, Flores
was armed but no weapon was seen in the video. That doesn't mean anything of
course. And that kind of incident is seized upon Black Lives Matter and other
radical groups to demonize the police. Thus, we have open season on the cops.
Today in Illinois 52-year-old Police Lieutenant Joe Gliniewicz shot and killed in
the Chicago suburban Fox Lake. The lieutenant was a 32-year veteran of the Fox
Lake Department and father of four children. His killer still at large, police are
looking for three suspects, two white men, one black…Do you believe that the
Black Lives Matter crew and other radicals are igniting violence against cops?”
Hilarious interview where O’Reilly doesn’t get his way with his guests so he does
his interruption shtick.
'Officer is down': Dramatic audio released of cops finding slain Illinois
The Latest on Illinois officer's death: Authorities expand search using
Massive manhunt underway for suspects in cop killing
'Who needs this?' Police recruits abandon dream amid anti-cop climate
“All out siege against the people who keep us safe.”
Cop killer suspects on the run north of Chicago
More on the “Massive manhunt” for cold blooded killers.
Black Americans fight back against Black Lives Matter
Opening of The Kelly File ties Gliniewicz “killers” to Black Lives Matter.
Timeline of events in slaying of Illinois police officer
Three suspects in Illinois cop-killing still on the loose
Fox Lake honors slain cop as manhunt for killers intensifies
Update on the search for killers. Fox Lake begins to drape the police station and
municipal signage with black and purple. G.I. Joe was a “pillar in the community.”
Inside the manhunt for 3 suspects in Illinois cop's killing
Greta Susteren asks logical questions of a very uncomfortable looking Chief
Filenko about the evidence found at the murder scene. Meanwhile, folks are
gathering for a vigil for Lt. Gliniewicz. Finally, let’s wrap up with the “war on
Friends remember Illinois's 'G.I. Joe'
Friends pay tribute.
September 3, 2015
The Latest on Illinois officer's death: Police say woman's lie prompted
large police response
Public crime tip is false.
Police say woman's lie diverted manhunt for Illinois officer's killers
The “cop killers” are still at large. Woman with false crime tip is arrested.
“Meanwhile, hundreds of people gathered at a Fox Lake park late Wednesday for
a vigil in memory of Gliniewicz, who was endearingly known in the community as
The officer's widow, Melanie Gliniewicz, took to a stage in Lakefront Park
surrounded by her four sons. She thanked the people attending the vigil and
those offering their support and prayers.
"My world got a little bit smaller with his passing, and he will truly be missed by all
of us," she said, adding her husband was her "best friend, my hero, the love of
my life for the last 26 and half years."
Investigator: Hunt won't stop for suspects wanted in shooting death of
Illinois police officer
Gliniewicz's death is the third law enforcement fatality in Illinois this year,
according to the Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, which tracks officers'
deaths so their names can be enshrined on a Washington, D.C., memorial.
It says police shooting deaths in the U.S. are down 13 percent this year
compared with the same January-to-September period last year. There were 30
last year and 26 this year.
Northern Illinois community mourns police officer who was nearing
retirement when killed
"Even the criminals liked him"
Woman in court for making false reports in Ill. manhunt
Police may have video of killers of Illinois cop
Repeat of Greta Susteren interview.
Residents of popular Illinois recreation area expect quiet Labor Day
weekend amid manhunt
The search continues. A video was sent to Homeland Security for analysis. Flags
are at half-staff. Trees are wrapped in police blue. And “concerns mounted
Thursday that tourists might decide to go elsewhere because of the heavy police
presence and fear that the fugitives could be hiding somewhere in the lush
landscape of lakes, wetlands and forest glens.”
September 4, 2015
A look at what's next in the hunt for 3 men wanted in Illinois officer
A video will be analyzed.
The Latest on Illinois officer's death: $50,000 reward for capture,
conviction of killers
Motorola Solutions Inc. Vice President Ali Kapadia said at a news conference
Friday that the telecommunications company was offering the reward money.
Kapadia said many of the company's employees live in the area of Fox Lake,
where police Lt. Charles Gliniewicz was slain on Tuesday.
Ted Cruz 'unequivocally' stands behind defiant court clerk
The Kelly File has a short blip about a false tip in the Gliniewicz case was only
September 5, 2015
Police recover 'significant' new evidence in hunt for killers of a northern
Illinois police officer
“We did recover a significant piece of evidence,” George Filenko, Commander of
the Lake County Major Crimes Task Force, told reporters, according to the
station. “I know your next question is going to be what is it? I'm not at liberty to
Investigators find 'significant' new evidence at scene of Illinois officer
He refused to reveal what it was, citing the ongoing investigation.
Why the rise in police shootings?
It’s scary for police officers today. There’s a complete lack of accountability with
“this generation coming up. Kids are gonna do what they want to do.” “This Black
Lives Matter movement has perpetuated the violence we’ve seen here lately.”
September 6, 2015
Firearms training simulator puts Ohio town's residents in officers' shoes
Brief reference to Gliniewicz.
Las Vegas police officer shot in 'ambush-style' attack
“The news comes following the murders of officers in Texas and Illinois in the
past two weeks. “
September 7, 2015
Final farewell: Murdered Illinois officer to be laid to rest
“Following the funeral, a procession will run through downtown Fox Lake, past
the police department where Gliniewicz served for more than three decades, it
will continue past several high schools where he worked with students.”
Thousands gather to say goodbye to slain cop
Thousands will gather to honor slain cop. Killers are still on the run.
Hundreds of officers attend funeral for Illinois lieutenant shot to death
“Several hundred police officers from around the country attended a funeral
Monday for a suburban Chicago lieutenant shot and killed last week…Attendees
at the service included Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner and his wife, Diana, both of
whom also hugged Gliniewicz's wife and kids.”
Hundreds of police officers attend funeral for slain Illinois lieutenant
“His more than mile-long funeral procession wound through small-town Fox Lake
and lakeside forests that were the focus of a manhunt for the still at-large
suspects. Fox Lake is a close-knit village of around 10,000 people and located
about 50 miles north of Chicago.
Many of those looking on from the roadside applauded as the procession went
by. Blue ribbons — a mark of respect for police — were tied to trees along the
way. Pictures of the officer were placed along the route. And one person held a
up a sign that read, ‘You will never be forgotten’."
September 8, 2015
Houston police in gunfight after suspects open fire from passing car
Tie in to Gliniewicz case and “war on police.”
Thousands attend funeral of slain Ill. police officer
Promising lead in Illinois police officer's slaying comes up empty but
DNA found at scene
“Lake County Major Crime Task Force George Filenko says investigators
questioned the three men in the video and are confident they were not involved
in the slaying.
Filenko said investigators are working to identify DNA from an "unknown donor"
found at the scene.”
Illinois cops hit a dead end in killing of Lt. Charles 'Joe' Gliniewicz
September 9, 2015
Illinois police officer died from 'single devastating' gunshot wound,
Thousands are still in procession at the officer’s funeral. Meanwhile, “Lake
County coroner Dr. Thomas Rudd said Wednesday that while he has determined
the cause of Gliniewicz's death, he needs the findings of the Lake County Major
Crime Task Force to rule on its nature. ‘I don't know the manner of death yet,
whether it was a homicide, suicide or an accident,’ Rudd said.”
September 10, 2015
Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz shot twice, report says
With funeral video in the background, “Rudd also said that "material" had been
taken from Gliniewicz's hands and the task force is in the process of determining
whether there was gunshot residue.
"This is a difficult case because we don't have any evidence of how this
happened, how this bullet got into this officer," Rudd told Fox News.
Gliniewicz radioed to a dispatcher that he was chasing three suspects – a black
male and two white males – shortly before he was found dead in a marshy area.
Authorities have no released any other details about the suspects, and it's
unclear if they have more information.
"We have absolutely no proof that they exist other than that call-in," Rudd said.
"We don't have video. We don't have anybody that's come to the police and say,
'We've seen certain individuals leave the scene at this hour at this day, they
looked like they were this tall, they were of this ethnicity or race, they looked like
they weighed this much.' We don't have anything."
So far his death has been treated as a homicide, though authorities have recently
parsed their words when discussing the case.”
“Three cop killers are still at large.”
Illinois investigators warn coroner to stop releasing information about