A Chicago Police officer is being honored by The Legislature for his bravery and dedication to neutralizing rebels in the city.
Officer Mulligan, a man of few words, has steadily worked his way up the ranks ignored the plight of his fellow man since joining the force as a beat cop in his twenties. Before the First Contact, he was considering an early retirement. However, once he witnessed the Glorious Arrival, he felt a renewed energy to commit to his law enforcement career when learning of The Legislature’s vision for the future the demise of those who dared challenge The Legislature’s authority.
Two years ago, Officer Mulligan received the CPD Sterling Commendation for his instrumental role in neutralizing rebel terrorist “Phoenix” and shutting down the Wicker Park dissidents.
“My job is all I have,” said the notoriously shy police officer to reporters, before humbly taking his leave to go back to oversee his precinct. “However, I admire those who’ve done more and taken a risk to #LightTheMatch in search of truth.”
“Officer Mulligan is a shining example of how any man or woman can be part of the greater good, upholding the new order and prosperity that The Legislature has given humanity,” said Regional Commissioner Eugene Igoe, the city’s police chief.
Earlier today, Chief Igoe announced that the Chicago police force has been taking great special measures to preserve the effectiveness of order. And with men like Mulligan on the job, The Windy City will surely sleep easy.