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originally posted by: gladtobehere
a reply to: Kali74
Thats good but this incident is surrounded by the usual oddities and inconsistencies.
Maybe some of these questions have been addressed but I'll post them anyway:
The father was apparently a DC insider and a possible CIA asset.
The shooter was assigned informants or "handlers" by the FBI.
Why did the police allow the rampage to continue for 3 hours uninterrupted?
Where are the 50 bodies (or some images of them)?
Where were the tons and tons of ambulances, EMTs and first responders?
Why didnt people call 911 for help instead of posting on twitter and facebook?
Where are the pictures and videos from inside the club?
How many of the "victims" were shot by police?
Why were exits locked in the first place?
originally posted by: Shamrock6
a reply to: Krakatoa
Aw. You asked a loaded question, that's cute.
You do realize there were multiple bathrooms in there, correct?
Also, you left out the part about how he called 911 at 2:22. I can only imagine why you elected to edit that portion of the CNN timeline. I'm sure it's completely coincidental right? Nothing to do with explosives being mentioned then or anything, I'm sure.
He was either in or near the bathrooms for several minutes while those text messages were being sent. After the initial gun battle he retreated to the bathrooms. The initial gun battle took place after he had already started shooting. He had hostages within minutes of being engaged by the first three officers. And one witness has already said the shooter was executing people before he was ever engaged by law enforcement. And once engaged by law enforcement, those cops were dragging people outside in the middle of a gun fight. Another witness states the shooter started executing hostages once SWAT started their breach. In the bathroom. Where he went after the first gunfight.