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9 dead in shooting at South Carolina church Senator Clementa Pinckney killed

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posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 11:40 PM
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Austin Rich or David Corrie?

'Austin Rich' was the name of that photographer who was mistakenly briefly arrested by the cops on the scene as he was allegedly wearing what the suspect was supposed to be wearing.


www.kmov.com...
According to Rich, he stopped at a gas station, and when he left the station, a police officer outside took him into custody because he resembled the description of the suspect sought.


pic of Rich


However, the very first reports from the local newspaper, The Post and Courier, identified him as one 'David Corrie, 21'.


web.archive.org...://www.postandcourier.com/article/20150617/PC16/150619408/police-responded-to-reported-shooting-dow ntown
“A white male was briefly detained at the Shell gas station at Meeting and Calhoun streets. Two loud pops were heard and a crowd of people rushed to the front of the gas station where they had the male on the ground and were handcuffing him. The white male had on a backpack and was carrying a camera and recording device fell on the ground near where he was detained. David Corrie, 21, of Ladson, said he was walking out of the store and the officers forced him to get down. He said the officers told him they were just doing their jobs, and he fit the description.”


He also apparently fit the age of Dylan Roof, who, it turned out, was also 21. Remember the police initially seemed to have the age of the suspect even before they knew his name. Now try to find the age of Austin Rich, the other photographer. It's reported nowhere.

Anderson Cooper 360° did a show called ‘Charleston Church Shooting,’ broadcast soon after the shooting.

Incredibly, a “David Corrie” is listed on the credits:
www.imdb.com...

So what's going on here? Were there two photographers, arrested at roughly the same time and place? Was Corrie/Rich using an alias for whatever reason?

edit on 29-6-2015 by starviego because: (no reason given)




posted on Jun, 29 2015 @ 11:48 PM
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a reply to: starviego

All part of the scripted diversions.

They're always extra careful to make sure nobody ever gets the full story.




posted on Jun, 30 2015 @ 01:35 AM
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a reply to: starviego

Thanks so much for posting that. I had heard on radio that there was some sort of mix-up of names but I never took the time to search for it.
The only explanation that comes to mind right now is that he might use a "pen name" for posting on the Net?
There's an Austin Rich listed on Linked in as a wedding photographer in Charleston.
No luck finding David Corrie in SC....except as related to this story.



posted on Jul, 1 2015 @ 04:34 AM
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Daylan's Black friend voiced his opinion.



posted on Jul, 11 2015 @ 09:14 PM
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Where is the actual hard evidence pointing to the suspect's guilt?


--Have any of the living witnesses come forward to identify Roof as the gunman they saw in the church? No.

--Can the slugs and shell casings found in the church be linked back to the gun seized from Roof via ballistics evidence? Haven't seen it.

--Did they recover gunshot residue (GSR) on Roof's hands or clothing? Haven't seen it.

--Were his fingerprints found on the gun/mags/ammo? Haven't seen it.

--Did the suspect confess? CNN claims he did, based on two anonymous LE sources. Yeah, anonymous sources, which aren't worth very much. So why don't they show us the videotaped confession? Probably because there is no confession to hear.

--What about the photo stills of the suspect allegedly outside the church and his car at the scene? Those photos could have been from a different time and location, for all we know. And even if they are real, it might be evidence he was there, but that's not evidence he committed a mass shooting.

Other questions:

--Why were the police acting so casual as they arrested Roof in Shelby, NC?

--What was Roof doing in the five years after dropping out of high school until the shooting? Was he in the military, or otherwise institutionalized during this time period?

--Did or did not Roof have stolen plates on his car at the time of his arrest, as reported by some media sources?

--If police were tracking him via cell phone, as some sources claimed, whose cell phone was he using after he reportedly ditched his own phone?

--According to his friends, Roof talked of shooting up the College of Charleston. So is Roof the author of an 'anonymous' bomb threat, which resulted in a massive police search, to this very same school four months before the AME shooting?

--And, most importantly, did Roof ever own or wear the black trenchcoat?



posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 10:48 PM
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If the patsy manages to survive the gunfire, it is important that you get a "ringer" to represent him in court, who will do nothing to contest the basic charges of whether the suspect did the deed* or not, but will focus on 'saving the life of the defendant' against the evil death penalty. Naturally, the poor sap who is accused is sentenced instead to life in a concrete box at Supermax, which is considered a great success by the defense team.
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*Watch for the phrase "This is not a whodunnit" by the defense.


So of course Roof has been assigned one of the same team that 'defended' people like alleged Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev , Aurora/Batman shooter James Holmes, Tucson/Giffords shooter Jared Loughner, and Unabomber Ted Kaczinski:


www.postandcourier.com...
....Bruck is known for helping killers avoid the death penalty at sentencing. The Canadian-born jurist works with the Federal Death Penalty Resource Counsel, an organization founded(and funded?) by the U.S. government that lends expertise to federal public defenders at no cost. It culls some of the best legal defense minds from law firms and academic institutions nationwide.



caption:
"David Bruck (left) walks with other defense lawyers, Timothy Watkins and (the demon)Judy Clarke, outside a federal courthouse where Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was tried earlier this year."
edit on 24-7-2015 by starviego because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 10:53 PM
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originally posted by: starviego
Where is the actual hard evidence pointing to the suspect's guilt?


--Have any of the living witnesses come forward to identify Roof as the gunman they saw in the church? No.

--Can the slugs and shell casings found in the church be linked back to the gun seized from Roof via ballistics evidence? Haven't seen it.

--Did they recover gunshot residue (GSR) on Roof's hands or clothing? Haven't seen it.

--Were his fingerprints found on the gun/mags/ammo? Haven't seen it.

--Did the suspect confess? CNN claims he did, based on two anonymous LE sources. Yeah, anonymous sources, which aren't worth very much. So why don't they show us the videotaped confession? Probably because there is no confession to hear.

--What about the photo stills of the suspect allegedly outside the church and his car at the scene? Those photos could have been from a different time and location, for all we know. And even if they are real, it might be evidence he was there, but that's not evidence he committed a mass shooting.

Other questions:

--Why were the police acting so casual as they arrested Roof in Shelby, NC?

--What was Roof doing in the five years after dropping out of high school until the shooting? Was he in the military, or otherwise institutionalized during this time period?

--Did or did not Roof have stolen plates on his car at the time of his arrest, as reported by some media sources?

--If police were tracking him via cell phone, as some sources claimed, whose cell phone was he using after he reportedly ditched his own phone?

--According to his friends, Roof talked of shooting up the College of Charleston. So is Roof the author of an 'anonymous' bomb threat, which resulted in a massive police search, to this very same school four months before the AME shooting?

--And, most importantly, did Roof ever own or wear the black trenchcoat?


This just gets me when people wonder if he really did the crime or not, LOL.

Just wow so you actually think he may be innocent? Really?



posted on Jul, 25 2015 @ 12:01 AM
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a reply to: starviego

Dude seriously, give it a rest.



posted on Aug, 3 2015 @ 09:56 AM
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originally posted by: Spider879
Both genetic Adam and Eve were black , A god or goddess can be racist but nature is not.

Geneticism?... HERESY!!



posted on Aug, 3 2015 @ 10:11 AM
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a reply to: starviego

You're kidding, right?



posted on Aug, 26 2015 @ 12:35 PM
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Here's the real reason the feds will be prosecuting Roof:


www.free-times.com...
The federal government also has tools the state does not — the ability to put a permanent muzzle on Roof. As they have done with Tsarnaev, “special administrative measures” could be imposed on Roof, meaning his contact with the outside world would be severely limited, Dunham says. In essence, Roof could be barred from publicly expressing racist views.
“The federal prosecution has the ability to essentially make Dylann Roof disappear from view,” Dunham says.


We live in ominous times when the Federal Government can simply 'disappear' someone.







 
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