Army warns soldiers they could be shot while attending new “Joker” movie

The US Army Criminal Investigation Command is warning military personnel to increase their situational awareness in public- particularly if going to see the new “Joker” movie.

The warning came in a memo, as part of a joint-intelligence operation between CID and the Texas Department of Public Safety.

“Commanders need to be aware of this threat for soldier and family safety and to increase situational awareness should they choose to attend the release of this movie at a local theater,” read the memo, which was written up and approved by CID intelligence analyst Stephen Gontz and Special Agent in Charge CW4 Ryan Bostain.

The “potential mass shooting” intelligence came from law enforcement agents who crawl through the dark web, finding information from individuals wanting to make a name for themselves.

The notice has since been disseminated to installations around the country, in hopes that commands will educate their Soldiers on safe decision-making in relation to the potential attack, which is scheduled for October 4.

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