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Michael Turley made ‘terror’ film to test how long it took for police to shoot his nephew

by | 28th, September 2012

TO Phoenix, Arizona, where Michael Turley, 39, recorded his nephew dressed in a sheet while pointing a fake grenade launcher at passing cars. Turley said it was reserch, to see how long police took to arrive and  possibly shoot his relative in the face. He called the film “Dark Knight Shooting Response, Rocket Launcher Police Test.” 

Turkey has been arrested and charged with knowingly giving a false impression of a terrorist act, endangerment and contributing to the delinquency of his minor nephew, 16.

Says Phoenix Police Department spokesman James Holmes of the July 28 incident:

“They told us they were just making a movie. We deemed it a pretty dumb action but we didn’t know what their real intent was, so we initiated an investigation.”

Not longer before Turley’s film, a gunman had murdered 12 people watching Batman in a Aurora, Colorado cinema. Turley said he wanted to see how on the ball police were.

Says Holmes:

“We reviewed it and at that point we realized they were intentionally endangering the public to prove a point. There are a lot of bad things going on around the world. And by referring to the shootings in Aurora, he took those victims and families and he connected them to something that was completely idiotic and dangerous.”

Turley may care to make a sequel: The Innocence of Muslims 2 – I live at 12a Acacia Drive.

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