The Purge Louisville Kentucky Fliers get FBI and Police Attention

August 15, 2014
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Fliers for a “Purge” in Louisville, Kentucky Get Police and FBI Attention

The Purge Louisville Kentucky – It is unknown whether the Purge fliers in Louisville are a joke or not, but police and even the FBI aren’t taking any chances. The threats prompted Simon Kenton High School to reschedule a scrimmage match at St. Xavier High School in Louisville Friday night.

The Purge movie and its sequel The Purge: Anarchy are based on a world where one day each year all crime is legal for 12 hours.

The low budget (at least the first one) horror flick and it’s sequel have

Louisville residents have been calling in and commenting online trying to figure out if the Purge Fliers are a hoax or not. Police in Louisville are just as unsure, but they are prepared to treat it as a real threat either way. Louisville Police Sgt. Phil Russell. said:

“Due to circumstances that have trended nationally in regards to flash mob violence, in light of what occurred this past spring here, we realize that these things can occur in an instance,”

The state fair is scheduled for the weekend  so Police will already be beefing up security measures. They also have a new surveillance system that was set up after last years incidents.

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