Highland Park mass shooting suspect claims federal officials staged attack: Sheriff’s office

According to a statement from the Lake County Sheriff’s office, the individual suspected of carrying out the mass shooting in Highland Park on July 4th has made a shocking claim. During a recorded video call, the suspect alleged that the attack was actually orchestrated by federal agents. This revelation has added a new layer of complexity to the investigation and authorities are working tirelessly to uncover the truth behind this horrific incident.

According to a report from the Chicago Sun-Times, Robert E. Crimo III has not faced any disciplinary action and is currently permitted to make calls using a tablet.

According to a representative from the state’s attorney’s office, they have seen the video but have declined to provide any additional comments.

A judge will now have to make a decision since it was not Crimo III who violated the jail rules, but a woman who recorded the call on September 21st, which was against the jail’s regulations, according to the sheriff’s office.

As per the Sun-Times, Crimo III had to face the consequences of his actions when he made a prank call to a journalist, resulting in the loss of his tablet privileges for a certain period of time earlier this year.

According to the sheriff’s office, they have shared the information about the call with the Lake County state’s attorney’s office.

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