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Malvo and the Suspicious Timing of the War Debate

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posted on Jun, 2 2006 @ 07:15 AM
I am curious why none of the media covers the most important aspect of
the Malvo shootings. If you look at Newspapers on the dates when the
shootings are underway you discover something I find quite
interesting. The shootings begin to dominate the news the day before
the debate on the Iraq war starts and they catch them the day
after the declaration of war??? If you ask most people "do you
remember the debate about starting the second Iraq war", they will all
answer "yes of course". But if you followup with the question "name
one point in the debate, a speech by a Senator or where their senator
stood", nada.

Almost no one noticed any aspect of the most important debate in the
last 50 years?

An interesting and odd fact... No one has done a story on what the real
impact of the shootings were. It was to virtually eliminate the war
debate from the media.

The special forces background of the senior member of the pair also
seems to get short shrift.

Smells a little fishy to me based on what little I know about it. At
minimum its a very significant part of the story, i.e. that a common
murderer had such an impact on our political process. Why is nobody
covering this obvious fact?

Dan Pride

posted on Jun, 2 2006 @ 07:55 AM
I don't know if I would consider the sniper shooting the work of a "common murderer." A sniper is a very scary thing. No one wants to die by a shot they never saw or heard comming. After about the 3rd one I would have been scared out of my wits to be pumping gas or playing frisbee in the DC area.

Your issue with the timing is definatly a head-scratcher, but methinks its coincidence.

Lets see what the fine folks of ATS can dig up!

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