posted on Aug, 21 2009 @ 07:05 AM
Whatever else may be going on, this man's behavior was very odd. He was surrounded by various cop-type people, whoever. Police, Secret Service, I
don't know. They wanted to take him in, yet he sat in his car for hours. Doesn't anyone have any problem with this?
What possible good could he do by sitting there? No matter what, he had to know he wasn't going anywhere. There would be no decision, "OK, the guy
doesn't want to talk, let's all go home now". He was completely surrounded, boxed in by vehicles, his doors were pinned closed. He couldn't get
out of the car. What was he waiting for, the cavalry? This is not the behavior of a rational man.
So, maybe he didn't make any bomb threat. However, most of those responding personnel didn't know that. They had what they believed was a credible
bomb threat, and the guy was near a Federal building. So you take it seriously. Personally, I think they were very patient with him, which makes me
believe they didn't all think he had a bomb, but figured he was mentally disturbed. They let him sit in his car for hours. They could have just
shot him through his window, and that would have been the end of the story. They could have broken out the window and tasered him during the first
hour. Why did they let him sit so long, then? Probably because they were trying to give a mentally disturbed person a break.
Had the intent been to stop this guy from going public, all they'd have had to do is to accost him and deport him. If he had diplomatic immunity,
then they could just trump up a drug charge and deport him as "persona non grata". They didn't have to trump up a whole bomb threat scenario with
a chase and standoff that was guaranteed to get the maximum unwelcome attention. A quick arrest, plant the evidence, a quiet deportation, all
But no, you've got what looks like a a dozen vehicles involved here, a standoff that lasts for hours, a whole ongoing drama guaranteed to get
attention. If secrecy was what the "government" wanted, why did they make such a production of this? Probably because that wasn't what they were
There is way more here than meets the eye, and it has nothing to do with any vaccination.