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Originally posted by ipsedixit
Are we in MKUltra territory with him? Who was the guy in the CCTV clip seen leaving the area? A handler, like the ones who fled the scene when Sirhan Sirhan killed RFK?
Originally posted by Hawkwind.
I'd like to ask the staff about the 'new membership' statistics over the last few days, I'd like to ask if there's been a higher than usual percentage of new people joining since this event. I wonder how many journalists have joined and will pose as members for a while, I can picture the headline....The Mind Of A Conspiracy Theorist........the sneaky gutterpress will do anything for a story, then you have your ghouls.
Originally posted by drock905
I don't think its going to cause any backlash against ATS. I think we tend to forget how popular this site actually is. With the sheer amount of members there's going to be crazy ones. Especially with the totally open form of discussion allowed on any topic.
I read his 4 threads and it was just incoherent rambling,
Originally posted by JohnySeagull
I think it would be in everyones best interest if ATS handed over the 'cray ones' details to the relevant authorities.
Originally posted by delta.bravo.delta
I only want to point out that his posts don't seem particularly disorganized. In fact, they seem the opposite. He sticks to a form of logic called a syllogism:
Here's a quote from Wiki:
A categorical syllogism consists of three parts: the major premise, the minor premise and the conclusion.
Each part is a categorical proposition, and each categorical proposition contains two categorical terms. In Aristotle, each of the premises is in the form "All A are B," "Some A are B", "No A are B" or "Some A are not B", where "A" is one term and "B" is another. More modern logicians allow some variation. Each of the premises has one term in common with the conclusion: in a major premise, this is the major term (i.e., the predicate of the conclusion); in a minor premise, it is the minor term (the subject) of the conclusion. For example:
Major premise: All men are mortal.
Minor premise: Socrates is a man.
Conclusion: Socrates is mortal.
This caused me some suspicion when I read through one of his threads. He responds to people in cryptic ways, but seem to be following the conversation well enough. To my mind, he wants to look crazy, but he isn't really. Suggets long range planning to me.
Picture of his house today shows he's got two vehicles in front, but he took a cab to the location. Sort of suggests planning again -- don't want to leave someone's vehicle there when you'll either be dead or arrested.
I think the authorities will find that he did a lot of posting on the internet, not just at ATS, and that he posted in this cryptic way in each of them. Just my hunch.
Originally posted by ipsedixit
As the MSM presents their version of the story of Jared Loughren, it will be interesting to see how much weight they give to his internet activities.