Residents of a high-rent Chicago condo are being warned that they should move out for the weekend in May when NATO will hold its meetings in the city, or risk being trapped inside by rioters. President Obama has already moved a G8 meeting that was scheduled for Chicago in May. That meeting will now be held at Camp David.
FOX Chicago News reports that the people living in the 17-floor Library Tower building at 520 South State Street were warned in a letter from condo management that "we are STRONGLY recommending that all residents find places to stay during the conference from May 18 through May 21."
"In the event of a riot or the potential of one near the building, all access doors will be locked including the garage door," the letter continues. "For everyone's safety, we will be instructing anyone in the building to stay in his or her unit."
"I can't just leave my garage whenever I want. They'll be holding us hostage in here," said resident Sebrina Krielinger.
Here's the full letter: