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Originally posted by RockLobster
reply to post by ManiShuck
Here in England thay say he used a 12 guage , and the witnesses were saying he had a long rifle .......... they said he was chased , whilst his house was - not - raided and they somehow know its rigged to blow when they havent been in yet ....... then they say he was arrested at the cinema when police pulled guns on him.
Its utter B.S
Originally posted by starviego
When the Feds get involved, you know it was a covert op:
The FBI is assisting in the investigation, officials said. .... Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agents were involved in the apartment search, agency spokesman Tom Mangan said.
Originally posted by IamMe14
reply to post by krossfyter
so that's where the Jay Z song came from! To each his own but staying young doesn't require me dressing up as the Hulk and hitting up the movie theater. I'm 33 by the way, and the last time I enjoyed dressing up in public was at age 5 when I went ice skating as Zorro. But, people do enjoy it and we all like different things. However, I think it's a reasonable regulation for a private business to enforce this.edit on 20-7-2012 by IamMe14 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by AntiNWO
Originally posted by Hadrian
Which of the other mass shootings in American history occurred in movie theaters? I'm not remembering any of them.
Read it again. I said these shootings happen in places that don't allow firearms. I thought I made that abundantly clear, but maybe I'm the brain-dead one.
Are you going to argue that this could have happened at a gun show?
For burglaries and robberies England and Wales had more crimes per 100,000 people than the USA.
In the UK, there are 2,034 offences per 100,000 people, way ahead of second-placed Austria with a rate of 1,677
The U.S. has a violence rate of 466 crimes per 100,000 residents, Canada 935, Australia 92 and South Africa 1,609.
Originally posted by theirtruthlies0806
Reports are coming in that movie theaters all around the country are calling in extra police presence this weekend.
HERE WE GO FOLKS!!
Originally posted by ManiShuck
I haven't seen this yet, apparently TMZ is saying Holmes had an account at AdultFriendFinder.
The eyes on the guy look similar. Plus he does have red hair in the pictures. They say he joined July 5th and has been inactive the past 3 days. Listed as similar height and age.
TMZ - James Holmes
"Holmes" -- who used the screen name classicjimbo -- included a cryptic message on the top of the profile which reads, "Will you visit me in prison?"
Originally posted by Dryson
People with the same name of the shooter attacked on Facebook
Why are people with the same name of the shooter being attacked on Facebook? Very simple explanation.
If you have ever watched a movie called Seven or the Matrix series of movies you will understand their method. In both movies what is seen as an evil spirit both the demons and the System Agents move through the "spirit world" taking over new bodies thus replacing the persons soul and spirit with that of the evil spirit.
Those who are attacking like named individuals are part of a group who thinks that once the spirit of a person leaves or the evil that caused the person to do what they did has done the evil deed and then leaves the body would find a new home in a body of similar name. Such people believe that the evil spirit only inserts itself in a similar named body because of the easy access to the persons body.
The group also believes that by attacking those with like names may with their words or signs may in fact run the evil spirit or demon out of the body where the spirit or demon would not survive if it does not have a new body of similar name to infest.
Such people think of theirselves as ghostbusters or exorcists but are nothing more than severely delusional people looking to create a hysteria where another person might become crazed because of the event surrounding their name to the point of committing a similar act to prove their belief of evil or demonic spirits.
Then there are those who impersonate another person to try and make someone believe that the person that they are mimicking is talking through them which is just as delusional as the group in above discussion.
There are also those who try to project theirself as being someone popular who may resemble a famous person by dressing and talking like the popular person hoping to achieve fame and fortune as the person they are mimicking has.
When such people do not get their way they usually end up becoming raged lunatics and commit an atrocious act against people to vent their anger and to take retribution out on those who did see them for who the person wanted the people to see them as.edit on 20-7-2012 by Dryson because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by eyesdown
You say that guns don't kill peopl
People do but if this happened in the UK
This guy would never have even found the gun to do
It let alone the amo.
Culture of violence: Gun crime goes up by 89% in a decade
By James Slack
UPDATED:03:42 EST, 27 October 2009
Gun crime has almost doubled since Labour came to power as a culture of extreme gang violence has taken hold.
The latest Government figures show that the total number of firearm offences in England and Wales has increased from 5,209 in 1998/99 to 9,865 last year - a rise of 89 per cent.
In some parts of the country, the number of offences has increased more than five-fold.
In eighteen police areas, gun crime at least doubled.
The statistic will fuel fears that the police are struggling to contain gang-related violence, in which the carrying of a firearm has become increasingly common place.
Last week, police in London revealed they had begun carrying out armed patrols on some streets.
The move means officers armed with sub-machine guns are engaged in routine policing for the first time.
Saturday, Jul 21 2012 3AM
Gun crime soars by 35%
The Government's latest crime figures were condemned as "truly terrible" by the Tories today as it emerged that gun crime in England and Wales soared by 35% last year.
Criminals used handguns in 46% more offences, Home Office statistics revealed.
Firearms were used in 9,974 recorded crimes in the 12 months to last April, up from 7,362.
It was the fourth consecutive year to see a rise and there were more than 2,200 more gun crimes last year than the previous peak in 1993.
Figures showed the number of crimes involving handguns had more than doubled since the post-Dunblane massacre ban on the weapons, from 2,636 in 1997-1998 to 5,871