112. Man Holds Staff Hostage 

Morgan Cohen walked into the campaign office for Clinton. He claimed to have a bomb strapped him. He told the five workers to go their business, but he ordered them not to to leave. “If one of you tries to ,” he said, “I will kill myself along with others.” Then he walked over to a desk asked for Hillary’s phone number. Hillary was in , talking to voters about her plan to provide health care for everyone in America.
None of workers had her cell phone number. Upset, Morgan 911. He told the dispatcher that if they ’t give him Hillary’s phone number immediately, he would up her campaign office and everyone in it. dispatcher asked him to please hold on while tried to get the number. Police and the drove over to the office and surrounded it.
dispatcher gave Morgan the correct phone number. He it, and Hillary answered her phone. Morgan explained her that he was not getting the medical that he needed. Every time he went to his doctor, his doctor was out to lunch--even 10 in the morning and 4 in the . “How can my doctor eat lunch all day ?” he asked Hillary. Hillary said she didn’t know, that she would try to get a law forbidding doctors to have all-day lunches.
Morgan continued to Hillary until he noticed the police car outside the building. He hung up and walked the front door of the building. A police asked Morgan to release all the hostages. Morgan he would release them if the police brought a cigarette and a Whopper from Burger King. short while later, while Morgan was eating the , the police rushed in and tackled him. His “” was nothing more than a few flares taped his waist under his jacket.
Morgan, who lived a nearby town, was known for his strange . He had been under psychiatric care for much his life. FBI officials were outraged that Morgan interrupted a busy presidential candidate. A spokesman vowed Morgan would be thrown into jail for a time for kidnapping, reckless endangerment, and terrorism. “Mental is no excuse,” he declared. “This is a of laws, not excuses.”