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RESERVE MILITARY POLICEMAN
GOES BERSERK AT FORT DIX, NJ SHOOTS TWO
FELLOW MPs, FLEES BASE, WOUNDS TWO CIVILIAN
COPS BEFORE BEING SHOT DEAD HIMSELF

The editors of MilitaryCorruption.com have a number of MPs and even one CID officer we can call friends and "sources," but we would be remiss if we didn't say that those two groups attract a fair share of psychos and sociopaths.

A good example of that happened at Fort Dix, NJ where recently- activated Army Reserve MP
Loren J. Janeczko "flipped out" and shot two of his fellow military policemen.

The 29 year-old Virginia man, assigned to the 307th MP Co. at New Kensington, Pa., had volunteered for
service but had been "acting strangely" in the past few days, sources tell us.

Janeczko's behavior had been so bizarre, it was decided to give the soldier a psychological evaluation and send
him home.

Two senior NCO's, MPs Sergeant First class Patrick Whitcop and Master Sergeant Anthony Young,
accompanied Janeczko to his locker to "clean out and pack his gear." That's when the disturbed trooper
grabbed a .38 cal handgun from a bag and opened fire.

Both sergeants were wounded and Janeczko sped off in a Department of Defense police car.

Once off post - in Chesterfield Township, NJ - the crazed MP shot and wounded police officer Kyle Wilson
and took off in the cop's squad car.

Now helicopters and other vehicles joined the hunt, and after a high-speed chase down Route 206 in Burlington County, Janeczko arrived at a farmers' market in Mansfield Township, NJ

The fatigue-clad psycho grabbed a hostage at gunpoint, but the man broke free. That's when Mansfield Township police officer William Kerr, who traded shots in a volley of gunfire with the crazed soldier, fired the fatal bullet
that brought Janeczko down for good.

Army Reserve officials were putting the best "spin" they could on the story, but the fact remains that Janeczko served in the active Army for two years and had been a "gun-toting MP" several more before he went "postal."


How many more "nuts" are out there, officers and well as enlisted? We know a number that fit that description -
ARE YOU READING THIS, DANNY-BOY? - who have no business carrying a badge or a gun.

Isn't it about time the military used comprehensive psychological testing on military police aspirants BEFORE
they get to carry a weapon make arrests?

The psychos, who are criminals themselves, should be "weeded out" from the "get-go," NOT after they have
killed or created mayhem. The sad case of Loren Janeczko is a good example of that.

 


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