IS A DRILL.
At around 13 minutes in you will hear the shots fired. But what you won't hear is THE DISPATCH CALLING THE TIME or hear her echoing the calls from the officers responding.
THIS IS A FAKE PRODUCTION THAT WAS PRERECORDED. The dispatch is not interacting with the officers who are telling her they are responding.
Notice she is not calling the time out BECAUSE THEY KNEW THEY WOULD NOT HAVE ANY IDEA WHEN IT WOULD ACTUALLY BROADCAST AND IF THEY DID PRERECORD IT NO WAY THEY WOULD HAVE THE TIMES EXACT. This is a fake.
FOR YOU TO COMPARE TO here is a feed at 3:00pm so they are real now but still playing the drill.
The governor was just on the TV about 2 hrs ago along with all the law enforcement officials saying there is NO LONGER AN ACTIVE SHOOTER SCENARIO BEING PLAYED. but you listen to the link above that is from 3:50 and you will hear them still playing the drill.
I encourage any dispatchers to make comments down the bottom.
Multiple agencies responding
Hospital officials commenting on patients (breaking HIPAA rules)
News media reporting 8 people shot. then 7 people shot, then 6 people shot.
Meaning this is a drill that they are running several times so all the participants can get their chance.
News using words like actor, and commenters on the phone saying they thought is was a drill
It started at 9am just like clockwork.
happened 1 mile from the police station
More to come so check back
At least three police officers are dead and and three others are injured after a shooting in the Old Hammond area of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, officials said.
One suspect is also dead, but police believe two others may be at large, according to the East Baton Rouge Sheriffs Office.
Louisiana Gov. Jon Bel Edwards implied that multiple participants were possibly involved in either the planning or execution of the attack, in a statement released via social media.
"This is an unspeakable and unjustified attack on all of us at a time when we need unity and healing," the governor said. "Rest assured, every resource available to the state of Louisiana will be used to ensure the perpetrators are brought swiftly to justice."