Meet Nicholas Glenn. This filthy piece of garbage embarked on a murderous shooting rampage Friday night, shooting two police officers, and four bystanders. One civilian died from her injuries.
The shooting rampage started about 11:18 p.m. when Nicholas Glenn walked up to a marked police cruiser at 52nd and Sansom Streets and just began firing. Sgt. Sylvia Young, 46, who was sitting inside the car, was shot several times after Glenn fired off 18 shots, Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross said.
She and another officer, who was later shot – University of Pennsylvania officer Eddie Miller, 56, a former Philadelphia police sergeant who joined Penn’s force two years ago – were both in stable condition.
Young’s gun was hit and disabled during the ambush, so the U. of Penn officer had to honor of putting this animal to sleep.
One of the four civilians who was shot, Sara Salih, 25, who was sitting in a car at 49th and Sansom Streets, near where she lived, died. She was shot seven times in her torso and was pronounced dead at Penn Presbyterian at 1:56 a.m. Saturday.
The three other civilians who were shot – a 36-year-old man shot twice in his left arm and once in his right arm; a 42-year-old man shot twice in his left leg; and a 41-year-old woman shot once in her right ankle – were all in stable condition.
Sara Salih was only 25-years old, and this waste of oxygen shot her seven times for what? She wasn’t a threat, and she was not a law enforcement officer. Senseless. I sincerely hope Glenn is rotting in Hell.
Glenn was carrying a white, sealed envelope that read “Doomed People” on it, Ross said. The commissioner said police found a “rambling” letter allegedly written by the gunman in which he expressed hatred toward police and probation officers.
So to recap, two Philadelphia police officers were shot Friday night, two other people were murdered, and the Philadelphia Eagles are planning a “protest” during the national anthem this evening. In my opinion, the NFL is almost as despicable as Nicholas Glenn.
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