Is the Secureteam10 911 call real?

Today Astral Citizens received a 911 call recording of Tyler Glockner’s son calling the emergence line to report domestic violence. Is the Secureteam10 911 call real?

True, the 911 call related to Tyler Glockner from the YouTube channel Secureteam10 is real. Mount Vernon Police Department has confirmed this to Astral Citizens on November the 3rd.

The YouTube channel Rumor Research Lab Ltd. requested Mount Vernon Police Department in Ohio information on Tyler Glockner from the UFO YouTube channel Secureteam10 under the Freedom of Information act. As the result of this request the police released a report for the arrest and the audio 911 file.

Secureteam10 911 call

The son calls 911 to seek help from the police. In the background you can hear the grim negative atmosphere of domestic violence. You hear, among other things, the former partner yelling at Glockner: “I wish you were dead”.

Secureteam10/911 Call Domestic Violence click here for transcript

Kelly Borders tells police she told Tyler Glockner to leave the house because, according to her words, he “kicked the shit out of me”.

This escalated into poisonous domestic violence. Glockner punched her in the stomach so she punched him back. Tyler said “oh you wanna hit me” and punched her in the face. She fell and the abuse continued, according to the police report.

2 Comments

wow… keep hitting… hope u feel good for it… tell me u never did so bad in ur own life?? whatever.. it was his private life….mhm..ive no good to say,.. nun positive to tell bout you on this attack srsly.. ufology aint bout tylers privacy.. thats bad what u did too.. mhmm k bye im better to shut … 🙂

Your comments show that you have no knowledge of the matter.

I’m throwing the ball back, that’s all what I do but with facts. For example, it has been claimed that the person in question has mysteriously disappeared from his living room and ended up in his car making the cops look bad and him the victim. This and multiple claims have been made public on his YouTube channel. He published his personal life on his YouTube channel first. Meaning, the only one you should blame is him.

“tell me u never did so bad in ur own life”, what you’re doing here is dodge the facts and redirect this to me. This way you create sympathy for the sheep in wolf’s clothing. To answer your question, no.

“ive no good to say,.. nun positive to tell bout you on this attack srsly”
I don’t need your words or approval at all. Do something useful, if you really care about ufology, stop supporting and following hoax channels.

I can at least say that I make positive contributions to ufology. Few people can say that. After all, they want the truth, don’t they? Here you have it, right in front of you and what do you do? Attacking the good, defending the bad.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.