The key question concerning this testimony is the following:
DID THE GUY ON THE PHONE GO BACK TO HIS SEAT?
After listening to the interview several times it seems the caller doesn't exactly specify whether they guy left the cinema through the emergency exit
or if he came back to his seat after finishing the call.
Although I think it's safe to assume the guy probably did go back to his seat... therefore I don't think the man on the phone and the man who opened
the emergency exit door are the same person.
It appears to me as if this guy was setting up the necessary entry point. The call he received was most likely to give him the green light and tell
him to commence the operation (wedge open the exit door).
Assuming I'm correct so far, I don't think it would be too much of a leap to assume the gunmen was hypnotised in some way. Perhaps he was used as a
mindless assassin so that the real people behind the killing can't be traced.
It would also explain why he simply waited for the police to arrive. That right there is a huge red flag. 99.99% of criminals will attempt to flee the
scene of the crime as to avoid being arrested and sent to prison.
It seems completely irrational, even for a mass murderer, to simply hand him self over and await the sentence handed down to him. By instructing him
to turn himself in he is no longer a threat or loose end.
Everything is tied up neatly and the original agent inside the theatre is nothing more than a helpless victim who has barely survived the ordeal. But
of course he probably knew to exit the room in the nick of time.
edit on 21/7/2012 by ChaoticOrder because: (no reason given)