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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Mike Byrne
Employees at a high-rise lockup in downtown Chicago knew something wasn't right when they arrived at work and saw a makeshift rope fashioned from bed sheets hanging from the bars of a cell window about 20 stories above the ground.
"It has to be someone who has grown up around horses, these horses are gigantic. They're super gentle, but if you move the wrong way you're going to get stepped on," Anomaly partner Mike Byrne said.
Mike Byrne, a superintendent in Tinley Park, said "our parents are so emotionally charged right now" because of the school shootings in Connecticut.