DOD warns personnel to be on the lookout during the “Day of Rage”…

DO NOT REPLY – ARNORTH THREAT ADVISORY: Potential for violence or criminal activity (UNCLASSIFIED)

FYI – Extensive protest activity on 15 July. DOD personnel should avoid areas
where these demonstrations are planned.FYI—-

Subject: ARNORTH THREAT ADVISORY: Potential for violence or criminal activity

ALCON,

ARNORTH Threat Advisory follows for situational awareness. Atlanta Georgia is
one of the locations specified in the advisory who will be participating in
the event.

ARNORTH issued a Threat Advisory concerning potential for violence or criminal
activity in the wake of the deaths of six Dallas, Texas Police Officers.

On 15 July 2016, multiple protests are scheduled to be conducted across the
United States. It is labeled as “Day of Rage Protest Across America” to
protest the shootings in Baton Rouge Louisiana, St. Paul Minnesota and Dallas
Texas. We have no information of potential violence at this time. However
being anywhere near these protests greatly increases the chance that you may
become a victim of violence. These demonstrations, intended to be peaceful can
be unpredictable and may escalate into violence. While the organizers of the
protest insist that their intentions are honorable and meant simply to bring
the people together, the name itself, “Day of Rage”, suggest something more
insidious. Organizers could be counting on recent tensions and unbridled
emotions to serve as a catalyst for violence. No matter how great your empathy
might be for those who have unjustly lost their lives, these protests are not
a safe place to be.

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