A call from an unknown caller to the LAPD, one-minute before a LA Lakers Vs. LA Clippers game started on Jan. 29, warned cops of a imminent terrorist attack at the Staples Center, a report claims. Click for the chilling details!
A LAPD search warrant, obtained by TMZ, reveals that someone called the LAPD moments before the LA Lakers and the LA Clippers tipped off in a NBA game on Jan. 29 to warn them that there were terrorists in the crowd wearing bombs and carrying guns, according to a new report.
The chilling report says a call was logged at 7.29 p.m. by an officer at the LAPD. The voice spoke in a robotic tone and said the following:
“Several people in the crowd seated strategically have explosives strapped to their chest and explosives in their shoes,” the voice started. “Some of them are also strapped with Glock 18, have guns and will shoot any patron that may come in their path. We are doing this for Allah and for Jihad. We are going to slaughter the patrons of tonight’s Lakers/Clippers game and there is no one that can stop us.”
The caller finished, “We have people hostage in some of the bathrooms already and we shot one in the knee cap. You are all going to f***** die tonight, you filthy Americans.”
The warrant says that the call was made from a Skype line, and the person responsible did his best to disguise his voice by using the robotic tone. The LAPD forced Skype to hand over account information by serving them a warrant.
So far, the police are yet to comment on the incident, and haven’t confirmed that a terrorist attack was thwarted. Stay tuned for more…
HollywoodLifers, are you shocked that terrorists would try to attack American basketball fans?