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Police Searching for Up to 10 Suspects in Arizona Home Invasion

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posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 07:50 PM
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Police Searching for Up to 10 Suspects in Arizona Home Invasion


www.foxnews.com

Police have raided a barricaded house outside Phoenix where five to 10 suspects — some of whom may be armed — reportedly broke in through a back door Tuesday morning, tying up one of the residents, according to Arizona police.

Officers in Peoria, Ariz., are evacuating nearby homes
as they go door to door looking for suspects in the reported home invasion. A resident of the house, found tied up on the first floor, told police about the break-in but gave no descriptions of any of the suspects.
(visit the link for the full news article)


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[edit on 20-4-2010 by ThirdJohnAdams]




posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 07:51 PM
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This story caught my eye earlier, it was brought in as breaking news on FOX.

My biggest question is, everyone on here likes to gripe and complain about False Flags; Is it a possibility that small ones are being carried out all across the nation in a form like this?
I'm mean perhaps I read to much into things, but aren't there a lot of hot topic issues raging in AZ?

I mean other person's homes evacuated, a school put on lockdown, and on the TV they even shut down the freeway in the area, I-17 by the looks if the map.

Pretty major steps take for the people involved to have no descriptions of the invaders.

Just smelled fishy to me.
Any thoughts ATS?



www.foxnews.com
(visit the link for the full news article)



posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 08:07 PM
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Must be trying to beat the new AZ law before it become effective.
www.huffingtonpost.com...

Let them try a home invasion after the law goes into effect.

They don't call it the wild west for nothing.






posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 08:08 PM
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John

I smell it too
and it dont smell too good at all
there is more here
than meets the eye

whoever heard of 10 people
breaking into a home???

That's a set up if I ever heard one.

And it will be blamed on Patriots or gun owners
or extremism.

Talking bout a scapegoat,
tag ur it



posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 08:14 PM
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Editing again, sorry... Computer sort of just tried to kill me

This in no way sounds like a false flag. I am so sick of hearing that everything is a false flag. No garbage pickup today? False flag. A guy gets mugged... false flag. School within 6 blocks of location on lockdown because there may be a number of armed felons roaming around... false flag. Come on. Witness unable to identify or give descriptions at the onset of investigation, obviously false flag. Maybe a local gang robbed a house... is that really so hard to believe?

[edit on 20-4-2010 by Raustin]



posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 08:23 PM
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Originally posted by boondock-saint

whoever heard of 10 people
breaking into a home???


It should come as no shock in Phoenix Arizona which is overrun with illegals, and Mexican drug gangs, as well as operatives for Mexican drug cartels.

A fierce territorial rivalry is building in the American Southwest.

We've had our war on drugs, now the drug wars are coming to our cities.

Immigration issues in Arizona will be the flash point.



posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 08:28 PM
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Phoenix is not the paradise that some people would believe. I lived there for over 7 years, and could not wait to get the heck outa there because crime is horrendous.

As for 17 being closed? That happened a couple of times while I was living there, once because a coyote van jammed with a couple dozen illegals rolled over, and the other time because a decapitated body was in the middle of all the lanes. I'm sure it has been closed for one reason or another since I left.

This is not a false flag, it's just the way Phoenix is.



posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 08:29 PM
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Good point I was going to go on about that but decided that this is probably going to be one of those ATS panic attacks that lasts a week and then becomes forgotten. As far as I can tell no one was killed or even injured. I would be interested to know what strikes anyone about this case as being a 'false flag'.



posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 08:33 PM
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What I found most interesting is that the person they found tied up on the floor did not give a description of the intruders. 10 people? 10 people broke into your home and you've got no kind of description whatsoever?

My favorite quote:
"though police have yet to confirm details of any crime."

If this story is true, isn't the break in itself a crime? Or am I reading this wrong?



posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 08:52 PM
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reply to post by angrymomma
 


facepalm. There needs to be time for a proper investigation, maybe these people are just attention seeking whores. I would also challenge anyone that has not been in a number of violent confrontations to identify someone who had assaulted them. We don't know if the people that broke in were wearing masks and gloves, and many people cannot recall who victimized them because they get a huge chemical dump.



posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 08:58 PM
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I know there are a number a varying factors but I'm going on what I was given. The article doesn't mention a "chemical dump," only that the homeowners were tied up. Height? Build? Take a stab at their weight?

Did I ever say their claims were legitimate? No, I found it odd that NO DESCRIPTION WHATSOEVER could be given. So, yes, maybe they are attention seeking whores, especially in light of all the hubbub going on in AZ and the border states. So, please, keep your arrogant facepalm to yourself.




posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 09:11 PM
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My dear, the point is that you are going on what you were given. It is obviously not complete, and to act like it's 'fishy' that there has been no description of the perpetrators is ludicrous. When thrust into a horrifying situation, many get a 'chemical dump' as in adrenaline etc. and get tunnel vision. Many people are unable to recall specifics and frequently what is recalled is incorrect. I was not trying to be arrogant, but if it helps you feel like the better person...



posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 09:14 PM
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I find everyone who uses the facepalm to someone not being a COMPLETE idiot (I will say I missed the concept of "chemical dump" in your post) to be arrogant.

And I can see where you are coming from with the "chemical dump" aspect.

And I'm just fine with the person I am, thanks ^_^.



posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 09:14 PM
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Hey I mean come on, was the steps taken by police really necessary? Closing a whole freeway, putting a school on lockdown, not to mention going through the neighborhood and kicking people out of their homes, while they "searched" for these 10 people that no one even has descriptions of?


Your tired of hearing all the doomsday false flaggers, I'm proposing one that could happen in your neighborhood tomorrow, whilst you allow it.



posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 09:16 PM
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Maybe you should read, this was in Peoria.
If we were talking about phoenix, I'd consider your post relevant.
This town is located 27 miles away, I'll stand corrected if I'm wrong, but I get that this town isn't the largest.

This big headline also came out of Peoria, just to add.

abcnews.go.com...

[edit on 20-4-2010 by ThirdJohnAdams]



posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 09:19 PM
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The most I can say about this for now is, we'll see what comes from it. Other than that everything else is speculation.
Even Mr Arrogant up there.




posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 09:37 PM
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Well you should be just fine with the person that you are, and I am sorry for the whole 'better person' quip. It was childish and I'm not going to edit it, I was being a you know what and I'm glad I was called out. I really did not intend to be arrogant, I just think this is one of those things where we need more information to draw a conclusion. I also have not had a ciggarette in 3 days, and am considering rolling up my nicotine patch and smoking it.

To ThirdJohnAdams: Um, yes I think that going through the neighborhood was appropriate, not kicking down doors but asking nearby residents if they were safe and then evacuating them. If there were actually 10 crazed gunmen (I actually DO doubt this) evacuation seems necessary. No description does not mean this is a 'false flag' or anything sinister. This could happen in my neighborhood, and could happen to me. If ten people stormed into my humble abode I would run out of ammo in my 'always ready' pistol. I still fail to see how this is a false flag. Enlighten me and I will eat a generous helping of crow as I have in response to Angrymomma.



posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 09:43 PM
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You totally get a pass b/c you are off cigs lol. I had to quit when I got pregnant. Try adding THAT on top of hormones haha!

Sorry I called you arrogant, by the way, because after further conversing with you it seems I reacted emotionally.

I agree, if the situation is real, that a school shutdown can be merited if there are 10 gunmen on the loose.



posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 10:00 PM
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They would have to put every school, airport, and highway within 300 miles of me on lockdown if I had to deal with pregnancy and smoking cessation at the same time. Pregnant women scare me... Beautiful, glowing, terrifying women.

Back to the topic at hand. It is a bit sketchy, but what crime isn't? It's hard for us who respect human life and property to accept that so many would assault a home at once, but in reality, a lot of people suck. To me, this sounds like an organized gang and when you have that many people bursting into what was once considered a safe haven, it seems easy to understand a persons mind would become completely overwhelmed. If more details come out that actually sound fishy, I will be the first one to admit it and eat a noxious helping of crow. Until then, it sounds like one of those really expletive bad things that happens every once in awhile.

And I want to thank you for your civility you Angrymomma you.



posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 11:01 PM
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You've yet to respond to me.
You say organized gang in your above post.
Well what would be the target or motivation?
This is seemingly random, for it to have an organized effort behind it.
Throw in all the common sense questions of the OS story, and by your own logic, you've shown that there is definitely a lot more of this story.




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