Wis. man charged over chemical weapon threat

The Waukesha County Court in Waukesha, Wisconsin, recently charged a 46-year-old West Allis man for allegedly threatening the staff at local hospital with a chemical weapon.

Andrzej S. Skrzyniarz was charged with one count of disorderly conduct. He allegedly told the staff at Community Memorial Hospital in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, that he had been mistreated and, as retaliation, would be back the next day with a chemical weapon, according to MenomoneeFalls.Patch.com.

The hospital staff initially apologized to Skrzyniarz, but he told them that he planned to sue the hospital for not properly caring for him. He also told the staff that they would all lose their jobs over the incident. He then proceeded to flip off a Waukesha County Sheriff’s Deputy who was at the hospital on another matter.

Menomonee Falls police were called to the hospital and arrested Skrzyniarz, at which point he accused the arresting officer of being an agent for the KGB, MenomoneeFalls.Patch.com reports. He told police he had been attacked by KGB agents before.

According to Skrzyniarz, the Soviet-era intelligence agency had recently broken into his house. The purpose of their visit was to allegedly inject his eyes with a solution designed to give him better eyesight.