Alright guys.. I think I may have stumbled onto some seriously messed up stuff. If anyone has read 1984, and I'm sure many have.. This is going to
look pretty familiar to you. I may be off my rocker, but I work in computer programming, web design, etc. and this pertains to my field somewhat. I
think I have found evidence that articles are being edited to omit information after they were already released.
Okay.. So the other day some of you may remember me making some "What we know so far posts". I believe the first one I made was on page 67 concerning
information we had gathered. HERE IS THE POST
That post was on Friday so there are undoubtedly elements to it that are not true per the official story today. So who cares if information has
changed.. Why not say "initial reports suggested that Holmes had 2 roommates but we are now aware that this is false". Instead, from what I have
found.. The information is being ERASED ENTIRELY.
The data I'm talking about is this:
Public records indicate that Holmes lived with two roommates at 1690 Paris St., Apt. 10. The roommates are also recorded as being from California.
Which was originally found in
And here is some proof courtesy of Google...
See, Google uses a cache of previously stored data in certain instances to scan what is on a webpage to produce search results. In this instance it is
seeing that 4 days ago, the article contained that exact quote.
As well as a couple other articles on the results that follow the top link that showed the same data.
BUT.. When you go to any one of those links, that quote is no longer present. It is completely ERASED or at the very least replaced by data that omits
the fact that Holmes had TWO ROOMMATES ACCORDING TO PUBLIC RECORD!!
So those articles may be from odd sources.. Well what about a mainstream outlet reporting that he had two roommates.. How about MSNBC?
Cached articles USED to contain that same quote.. But NONE of them do. I can't find a single article that has that data anymore.
My question is this.. Why erase it completely? Why not just say the initial reports were incorrect?
Now I'm really doubting the official story. I was on the fence.. But this may have done it for me. I really wish I would have taken a couple screenies
of that data on the MSNBC articles that day.
Just like in 1984.. They are changing the story and most people would be oblivious or just go along with it.
edit on 24-7-2012 by ZiggyMojo because: Title to be more appropriate