posted on Jan, 10 2011 @ 01:13 PM
I read all of the posts, I re read them all and then I read them all again the next day.
One thing that kept cropping up in my mind seriously was that while it may have looked like the was at a loss for understanding English as a primary
language, that was the furthest thing from the case. He wrote in almost a poetic manner, the lines almost sang as you read them aloud (no I'm not
trying to make him out to be a nice guy or anything, just pointing out the depth in which the writings actually come across.)
He makes little to no sense on the first few reads, but if you forget the fact that it's written in broken out English and focus on reading it as if
it were a song, lets say, it becomes easier to understand him. Someone above me said it, he saw everything in black and white, with no room for
compromise or conjecture. I do however wonder what he was rambling on about currency for, if currency wasn't his way of meaning something else,
what, at this time I can't even venture a guess, but it all does fit in together somehow, and it really, while showing a very complex individual,
does not indicate that he was oing to go out and gun down 19 people in cold blood.
ATS owes the world at large no apologies, no explanations and no regrets, he joined the site as over 200K others have, he asked questions, he
participated in discussion, and while he found no takers for his particular brand of writing, he seemed peaceful enough, certainly not anything that
would have alerted staff or others to the horrible crime he has now been charged with. If ATS apologizes or tries to explain him, how long before
your'e asked to explain everyone here?
Nothing any of us can say or do will change this tragedy, however we may collectively try to decipher what he had written in his 4 authored posts (2
of them are a lot easier to figure out) and maybe get an idea how someone so young could be filled with so much hate and anger as to commit this