posted on Nov, 29 2009 @ 04:07 PM
From these posts I would say we all have had some experience with the police force, both good and bad. It is a part of life.
My working hypothesis is the following, part is based off of what I have read, seen and looked at, and personal experience with seeing where the
police tend to gather:
1) I doubt it was an ambush, after seeing on the news the area that this took place, it is out in the open, windows that are clear on 2 sides of the
building. So you have clear line of sight able to see anyone who is approaching. From my own experience, when you have that many police officers in
one location, there is someone who is alert, and they tend to note mentally anyone walking up. As they were looking and discussing, I think they may
not have viewed the suspect at a threat.
2) The person who did this, had experience with guns. To go in, and kill 4 police officers, and no one else, shows a high discipline. In any
firefight, people are moving, and dodging, trying to take cover, and get out of the line of fire. Killing one or 2 and getting shot that is something
that is plausable, but to take out 4 trained police officers and not get shot, shows that he has training.
3) As there were witnesses who were not shot, and nothing was taken, the following can be believed: The shooter is not a serial killer, a hit man, a
professional assissin, as he left people alive. I doubt he is a gang member, as they tend to spray and tend to hit alot more, often missing the
targets or hitting bystanders.
4) There may have been another person as the suspect just disappeared away from the area real quick.
So right now that is about all that we can figure out.