I still say this guy was a disposable asset, in the employ of some three-letter agency.
Perhaps not directly, as rouge spinter groups may exist even within the CIA, DEA, ATF, FBI, ect ect. It wouldn't be hard for a department head to have
his own private team doing their own mission thinking they're working in the official capacity of their organization.
Ever seen the show Alias?
The guy sounds like he was loosing his grip and becoming a liability. It sounds like he was telling people he worked for a bunch of spy agencies (a
big no no). He may have been lying and inflating his actual importance. He simply may have been a safe house baby sitter, keeping up the home and
making it appear "normally used" to outside observers.
For all we know there may have been more people coming and going from the house through a hidden entrance, using disguises. Once inside you take off
your disguise. Each time you leave, you put on your alter-persona.
You have to realize that suspected safe houses may be under surveillance by foreign intelligence agencies, and having someone come and go on a regular
schedule makes the home appear "normal".
The house could have also been a temporary storage location for an arms shipment to....who knows.
I'm of the opinion he was killed and his GF is taking the fall by appearing "crazy". I bet she'll drop off the radar and probably never see the inside
of a jail cell. Someone needs to set a timer and revisit this case in about 18 months. I bet you won't be able to find anything about her.
For all we know she wasn't really his girlfriend but his handler.
If the guns were still new in packaging, they should theoretically be able to be traced back to the seller. Follow the money...
But, I would suspect all these guns were purchased with cash from many, many gun sellers. A few here, a few there...it would send up big red flags to
anyone selling guns for someone to buy 1200 of them and 7 tons of ammo -- that's enough for a small PMC.
edit on 24-7-2015 by MystikMushroom because: (no reason given)