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originally posted by: TruthxIsxInxThexMist
investigators have not been able to prove he was in the truck's cab at the time of the atrocity. German publication Welt earlier quoted officers as saying of the detained asylum seeker: "We have the wrong man.
Police had not found the blood of a dead Polish truck passenger on the suspect, it added.
The gun used to shoot the victim, who was the original driver and whose body was discovered in the cab, has not been recovered.
originally posted by: JacKatMtn
Per Fox News' Sheperd Smith...
Suspect released due to lack of evidence, also said (which sounds strange), the DNA didn't match evidence on the scene..
Less than 24 hours, and the authorities have DNA profiles from the scene, and from the suspect? Can they process it so fast these days? Or another error from whoever wrote the teleprompter feed?
Smith also said that ISIS has claimed credit for the attack...
originally posted by: Power_Semi
In any case the jihadis must be laughing their socks off at us.
There's a video you can find online where a woman is accused of tearing or trying to burn a Koran - no trial or anything, the people there - they drag her through the streets, beat her, hit her with big poles, run her over with cars, take her body (presumably) to a beach, throw giant rocks at her, then set her on fire.
We have a guy who might have just killed 12 people and wounded 49 more and we let him go in less than 24 hours because "it might be against his human rights" to keep him locked up for just a little bit longer.
They take immediate and severe action, we all stand around with our thumbs up our jacksies lighting candles and singing kumbyar and worry more about the rights of the poor suspect than the terrible deed he's suspected of carrying out.
We Will Lose if the mental left wing luvvies aren't swept aside.
originally posted by: CajunMetal
The quick arrest and release of a first suspect reminds me of the musical chairs game of suspects in the initial aftermath of the Dallas shooting recently.
originally posted by: Shamrock6
a reply to: loam
I know that.
You know that.
Some of our fellow members seem incapable of seeing the parallels between this attack and others, however.
originally posted by: Azureblue
a reply to: usaman1983
I've been reading a little about false flags and with the so called ISIS seemingly claiming this one, it sure looks that way to me however, among other signs of a false flag is the matter of identity.
In 1996 in Tasmania Australia, 35 people were gunned down in a cafa by one of the best anti terro shooters in the world, whoever they were. The passport of the 29 year old, but intellectually a 13 year old child patsy, Martin Bryant, was found in the glove box of an old Volvo identical to his own, which was parked at the location where the shootings occurred even though he had not visited that location in the previous year or so. Who found the passport has never been revealed.
On January 7, 2015, two masked assassins entered the Charlie Hebdo office in Paris and murdered 12 people. The two blokes escaped but crashed their car. The police found an ID card in the Citroen. This discovery enabled the Police to track the entire Charlie Hebdo tragedy to the two Kouachi brothers.
The day after the 9/11 attacks, a suspicious Toyota was identified at Dulles International Airport. It was registered to Al-Hazmi of Lemon Grove, California. When searched, a travel itinerary for KHALID AL-MIHDHAR and MAJED MOQED on AA Flight 77 was found among other items. Including a piece of paper with “Osama 5895316” written on it.
In Shanksville Pennsylvania, a half-burnt visa paper belonging to alleged hijacker Ziad Jarra was found in a field amongst the megre debris of Flight 93.
Thanks to Dee McLachlan of Gumshoe News
originally posted by: ksiezyc
a reply to: Pandaram
That's doubtful. The cousin says the original driver does not drink the day before the job, he seemed too in shock to lie about it.