posted on Jul, 10 2016 @ 08:01 AM
Without knowing how long the whole thing lasted and for how long police were being hit it's hard to guess. If the majority of the men fell in the
first few seconds or minutes and then it died down a bit from there that would look to me like there were several shooters. Especially important to
that would be the position of the police regarding the protesters. If they were in relative close proximity that would point to several shooters too.
At least in the initial shooting that occured.
It looks like (based on what is known so far) there may have been several shooters in various vantage points each with an individual target. One or
two volleys fired. After the initial contact the rest have left the scene and the dead shooter (either going with the plan or having no knowledge
there was one) continued to fire.
Firing from height onto tarmac and concrete causes richochets to skip back up. The police would have at that point been hard targets and moving fast
and between cover. They would have also been ushering protesters to safety (and that is to their credit let's not forget they were victims in this). I
find it hard to believe one man picked out those targets in rapid succession and applied accurate fire on them without causing mass civilian
casualties. especially if claims of 30+ shots are true. That is why I think several shooters had several individual targets but it is all speculation
untill details of who was hit and when come out.
The shooter himself. People who served with him have already claimed he was a crap shot. On top of that he was a carpenter. This is no marksman. Yet
we are to believe he picked out 12 difficult(ish) targets from civilians and struck them. That he single handed set up an ambush and held off a force
many times larger than himself. That the police were under triangulated fire from one man from several floors (really!?). If you watch the video he is
firing up the street and comes under fire from his 6 o'clock. Not only does he react fast he does it with aggression. Nobody reacts to a situation
like that the way he did unless they have had both training and experience. Something as a carpenter he would have very little to none of. There are
probably people watching that thinking 'oh it wasn't that slick'. Yes it was. If people who say othwerwise have footage of themselves in a live
situation getting the job done the way he did with the reactions he was showing I'd be glad to watch it. That was no military carpenter. That has been
taught in a killing house somewhere. Let's not forget that some of the men he shot weren't just police trained some were ex military with a wealth of
experience in warzones under their belt. They would have known all the usual tricks and how to react to this.
It is a sad day when someone loses his life for going out and doing a job and providing for his family. Those were just men paying bills like the rest
of us at the end of the day. It is tragic it is evil and it needs to stop.
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