reply to post by EffTheCIA
And we can add to that, the witnesses described were wearing different clothing. There were two distinct vehicles described in the audio dispatches
from that night. A gray vehicle with police tape around it can be seen in the AP photo of the second gas mask...along with some more gear and an
orange bag. Did the MSM mention any of this? Nope.
When police ran the license plate check of "James`" car, the address that came back did not
match James Holmes`apartment. In the dispatches,
when police/fire say they're going to the address for surveillance purposes, the address they went to was not
the address of James Holmes.
Also, if that was James' car, how is the Booking Report explained? The police recorded "N/A" on the report for "vehicle location." Shouldn't they have
put "back of Century 16 theatre"? Why didn't they? Because it wasn't his car? Has the MSM covered that at all? Of course not.
who has spoken on camera (and claimed to have been sitting right behind the person who took the phone call, which most "believers" seem
to think was James) has mentioned a person with flaming red hair. Now, if I was someone who witnessed such an event, and I was talking about the
person who I thought did the shooting, the first way I would describe that person is by mentioning the bright red hair. It blows my mind that anyone
who believes James is guilty, totally overlooks this, just turns the other way.
There is zero
surveillance of James Holmes. Period. If anyone on this board committed such a crime, you can bet there would be some
surveillance of us somewhere. I am on camera getting into my elevator, I'm on camera in my underground parking garage, I'm on camera when I shop in my
grocery store...If anyone this day in age buys that there is no
surveillance of James anywhere, then they're lacking a few brain cells.
Initially, Chief Oates reported that 14 people had died, 10 in the theatre, and four at hospitals. Mysteriously, that number changed to 12. This was
not a case of 100s of people dying in which it would have been difficult to keep track of numbers. Oates did not give a vague description of the
numbers. He specifically said four
died in hospitals. Two people were taken off the list. Why? Of course, we're supposed to just blindly
believe that it was an honest mistake, no questions asked.
Silence speaks louder than words.
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