The Chicago Sun Times reports that the government is warning small-plane pilots they could be shot down if they violate a no-fly zone in Chicago during the NATO summit.
reports that the Joliet Correctional Center could be temporarily reopened to serve as a detention facility for those arrested for serious offenses during the May 20-21 NATO summit.
The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a flight advisory for May 19 to 21, banning non-commercial aircraft from flying within 10 nautical miles of downtown Chicago and below 18,000 feet.“The United States Government may use deadly force against the airborne aircraft if it is determined that the aircraft poses an immediate security threat,” according to the advisory.The only aircraft allowed to fly within the 10-mile ring includes regularly scheduled commercial passenger and cargo carriers — along with police, ambulance and military aircraft supporting the Secret Service.In addition, the temporary flight restrictions include an outer ring between 10 and 30 miles of downtown Chicago.
Could Chicago be the staging point for a false flag event?
“It’s empty and it will be empty. There are no issues with that. If it’s functional, it wouldn’t take a lot of manpower to monitor. Transportation would be a straight shot down I-55. Across the street is Stateville [Correctional Center] We’re going there anyway,” said Sheriff Tom Dart.Thousands of demonstrators are expected to descend on Chicago to protest the summit that will bring President Barack Obama and the leaders, foreign and defense ministers of more than 50 nations to McCormick Place.
One has to wonder, especially in light of a plan to evacuate the city of Chicago during the NATO summit.
UPDATE: Video news report