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Originally posted by hadriana
The two servicemen killed were both connected to cyber command, one navy, one air force.
To me that's interesting. (Because Obama went and started a cyberwar.)
Others injured were related to cybercommand.
To be honest the whole thing made MORE sense to me at first than it does now.
The witnesses saying there was a 2nd person involved bugs me.
Rigging the apartment up then telling the police bugs me.
Sitting in the car waiting to be arrested bugs me.edit on 22-7-2012 by hadriana because: (no reason given)edit on 22-7-2012 by hadriana because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by cdesigns
I have more guns than that guy had, maybe not 6,000 rounds but like I said, that shouldn't even be called an arsenal.
Here is an example of some of the gun collection people have (LAW ABIDING CITIZENS) that you can call small arsenals, and once again this people are not criminals or terrorist, it could be your next door neighbor
Originally posted by Cassius666
It also says the person is a total zombie and it prevents memories from forming. So he would have needed somebody who is constantly with him telling him what to do.
which you can find here ... www.abovetopsecret.com...
I listened to the entire police scanner and ambulance logs with my premium membership on radioreference.com. Several officers maintained from witness reports that there was a second suspect who breached the Mall. About an hour and a half in they found an open door in the closed mall (Macy's). K-9 and search teams took about 40 minutes to respond to this tip. It's possible there really was an accomplice that got away.
Originally posted by AtraresThat being said, would this man really plan an attack without proper research? Your telling me that be planned to use an un-reliable weapon to inflict mass casualties? Or perhaps that rifle may have been shot before, it's quality reduced, or that the weapon wasn't properly mainained? It could have been dirty?
Originally posted by MidnightToker
To the OP - can you clearly explain what the "false flag" is in this situation? For example, proponents of the idea that a false flag alien invasion takes place at the Olympics often suggest that it will be a hologram -- i.e. "false". Are you suggesting that the shooting didn't happen? Please write in a clearer and more coherent manner if you expect people to read your crazy rants.
Originally posted by facelift
reply to post by Ben81
It would provite an excellent argument to sign the gun law
This part of the OP actually made sense...
Originally posted by KibbleChild
reply to post by Ben81
Also this will undoubtably be used to install T.S.A gropers in movie theaters and probably shopping malls. Something big sis has wanted for a long time. Just to throw this out there, the acronym for “National Association of Theatre Owners” is.......N A T O.
edit on 20-7-2012 by KibbleChild because: (no reason given)