posted on Sep, 5 2010 @ 03:29 PM
Four years earlier, Lee had tried to recruit members of an "Ishmael"/Quinn fan group in San Diego into his cause, apparently without success;
probably due to his abrasive, off-putting personality. Did he try to do the same when he relocated to Wash DC a couple of years later? And if so,
did he come to the attention of the covert operators, who decided he could be "useful" and so sent out an agent to ensare him? After years of
wandering in the wilderness alone, Lee must have been delighted to finally find a confederate who agreed with everything he said and was as committed
as he was. Of course, Lee might have had doubts when his new friend hinted they should plan to take "direct action," especially as Lee had never
shown any violent ideation before. But he would not risk losing his new convert, so he threw caution to the wind, and slowly agreed to what was being
suggested. Oh yeah, now he had a new plan to make those people at Discovery Channel pay--pay for the humiliation of his failed demonstration in front
of the building and subsequent arrest two years earlier. They weren't going to laugh at him now, no sir.
Imagine his surprise, then, after the takeover had initially gone so smoothly, to suddenly find himself alone in the lobby of the building, with a gun
in his hand, and staring down the barrels of the guns of multiple SWAT cops. Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang!
'Cuz dead fall-guys don't tell no tales.
[edit on 5-9-2010 by starviego]