The Clockmakers’ Company was established by Royal Charter granted by King Charles 1 in 1631.
It ranks 61st in the order of precedence of the 110 City of London Livery Companies.
Salters, 21, had been transported from a jail in Chicago because he had eaten a piece of plastic and was receiving treatment at the hospital.
According to the lawsuit, he managed to con his guard into believing he didn't need his handcuffs, stole his guard's gun and took two nurses into a room, holding them at gunpoint for several hours before a SWAT team shot him dead and freed his hostages.
The Court elects a Master and three Wardens as its officers every year.The 21-year-old inmate was being treated near the emergency room of the hospital at about 12.30pm when he grabbed a correctional officer's gun.Kane County Sheriff's Office said the inmate took the female hospital employee hostage in a room near the treatment area.Loomis immediately run to a nearby room and hid.'The sheriff then took no action to attempt to regain control of his gun or protect hospital employees walking the floor,' the lawsuit claims.Salters - who has previously been convicted of grand larceny and armed robbery - then entered a nurse's room naked and forced her to take her clothes off so he could wear them. He left the first nurse behind and sent his new hostage to a decontamination room in the hospital - which at this point had been evacuated and was on lockdown - where, for three hours, he 'repeatedly beat her, forced her to remove her clothes, violently raped her, threatened her life, verbally abused her and held her at gunpoint,' the suit states.'The entire time that she was held captive, he held her hair with one hand and had the gun to her head with the other hand,' the nurses' attorney Sean Murray said.