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originally posted by: carewemust
originally posted by: knoxie
damn, she was found dead at the base of mt. evans.
not sure how she died yet.
And FOX-CNN-MSNBC will be carrying the live press briefing... about a small-time psycho who committed suicide.
Slow news day...
Law enforcement sources believe Pais took an Uber to the Echo Lake area near the base of Mount Evans sometime after being spotted in the foothills of Jefferson County on Monday night. She was found dead Wednesday morning half a mile away from Echo Lake Lodge up Mount Evans Road, near where the road is currently closed for the season.
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: CynConcepts
Ding ding ding
First mention of a false flag.
Pick up your prize at the office.
Every shooting is a conspiracy and every conspiracy is a false flag.
It gets well ummmm a little boring after a while.
Every time its the same exact thread with a different location.
But hey at least she made herself the first victim which is great.
originally posted by: sooth
It's weird that we already seem to know more about this woman who authorities claim may have wanted to execute a mass shooting than we still know about Stephen Paddock who executed the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.
I guess that's how these things go though. They're unpredictable, which is why they are so frightening.
Also, shouldn't the title read "womanhunt" or "personhunt"? C'mon now, it's current year. Women can be mass murderers too.