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The neighbor also told Action News that the man would often dress up as the "Joker" and "Slender Man" and the woman would dress up as "Harley Quinn."
The "Joker" is a comic book super villain, who is portrayed as a criminal mastermind. He was the arch enemy of "Batman." James Holmes, the man who shot and killed 12 people at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, dressed up as the "Joker" during that shooting.
"Slender Man" has most recently been associated with the stabbing of a 12-year-old girl by her 12-year-old friends in Wisconsin. The girls allegedly stabbed the girl because they wanted to meet the fictional character made popular by the website Creepypasta.com.
"Harley Quinn" is also a fictional character in the "Batman" comic book series. She is the girlfriend of the "Joker."
Jared claimed to have been booted from Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy's property at the end of the standoff there earlier this year, Monroe added.
The couple openly ranted about killing police officers, 'going underground' and not emerging 'until the time was right, she added.
Another resident, Brandon Monroe, told the paper the suspected shooter often wore army fatigues and dressed as Peter Pan to earn money entertaining and taking pictures with children at the Fremont Street Experience, a downtown tourist destination.
He identified the pair as Jared and Amanda, but did not know their last names. 'They were weird people,' Monroe said, adding that he believes the couple used methamphetamines.
Carol Bundy, the rancher's wife, insisted the shooting was not related to the now-infamous standoff in comments to the paper.
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originally posted by: metodex
Well the Revolution HAS begun then....are you happy ATS?
Is this what everyone wanted? Enjoy it America.
originally posted by: Black_Fox
Both stories are tragic, but why do people turn their head and there's no outrage over these happenings.
Here's why I'm assuming...Cause it's not according to the plan?
originally posted by: SpaDe_
originally posted by: opethPA
This story gets more and more complex...
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2 suspects in Las Vegas shootings killed themselves in a suicide pact -
Ok, now I am totally confused. They announce that this is "The start of the revolution", then proceed to fulfill a suicide pact by killing themselves? How can one start the revolution if one is dead? Seems like they had some serious miscalculations with how their plan was supposed to workout.
originally posted by: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
originally posted by: alldaylong
originally posted by: 3n19m470
They should have put up a No Guns Allowed sign. Walmart was just asking for this to happen if they didn't have a sign. How was the gunman supposed to know if there was no sign??
Why the need to put up a sign?
Who in their right mind would want to carry a gun whilst shopping?
I just can't get my head around this American thing of loving a gun. Why can't they do what most of us do and love a woman, ( or a man as the case maybe).
because someone else may have a gun and try and shoot you...so clearly you need to carry a gun everywhere you go so at least you can shoot back...(where is that rolls eyes icon when u need it)
originally posted by: Gh0stwalker
I knew it. After Moncton, it's only going to escalate. Now, it's war on cops. Tomorrow, the government. Then martial law. This is what they've been provoking. This is what they wanted. What they always want.
originally posted by: LadyGreenEyes
a reply to: opethPA
Wait....they killed themselves.....again? Why is it all the shooters these days seem to die at their own hands? That is a new trend, and more than a little weird. Announce a revolution, then kill yourself? Illogical. It's like they all have a pre-programmed self destruct.
originally posted by: LadySkadi
Since when did 3 shot become "mass" shooting? Is the definition of "mass" by number of people shot or by the location these days (ie: public location, rather then a gang shooting or whatever)