reply to post by anhinga
I suspect this latest revelation of Burisch's is as much a fabrication as his original. He's no more of a terrorist than anyone else. He's just a
guy craving attention who never met a conspiracy he didn't like or participate in at a black ops level, from UFOs to anthrax. This latest
'admission' allows him to change his story yet again. he just found another headline to plug into.
I don't think any one thing that has been brought out takes him down; it's the sum total. The OP (long ago) brought up the changing story of his
girlfriend. Someone else claims she shouldn't be able to remember perfectly, so it winds up a minor issue. But like many fanciful storytellers, he
gets tripped up on details. Did he get a PhD or a D.S. (Doctor of Science)? He claimed one, then the other; now he said he bought it. Three stories in
one. Whenever he trips himself up, or whenever his story can't be verified, he falls back on the old "The government made me disappear" angle. His
whole story is full of numerous contradictions
, a few of which are here.
The stuff that can be verified is fairly mundane. He worked as a parole officer, hooked up with one of his charges, went bankrupt, worked in a casino
in 'security,' (i.e.: rent-a-cop). There's nothing wrong with that--at all! People do what they need to do to support themselves and everyone
isn't wildly successful. But it isn't sufficiently cloak and daggers. The rest, he made up.
There's another factor here that is totally subjective. I realize this up front that I can't prove this. But some people tell a good story. Lazar,
for example, can get up in front of a camera and tell a good, believable story. Yeah, he's found out after the fact, but when you listen to him, he
pulls it off. Burisch doesn't. Look at him prepare for the interview in one of those videos. As he's putting on the microphone someone asks him if
he's okay in front of the camera. He rolls his eyes, makes a mock-exasperated face, and intones that he's done this so many times it's a piece of
cake. The whole scene betrays the "B.S. factor." A good cop can tell if you are lying. I don't know what subtle clues, body language, etc. they are
picking up, but Burisch puts them out by the cart load. He's lying.