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Originally posted by Arrestme
sry I didn't have time to read this whole thread atm, but am i the only one who thinks his apartment being booby trapped can be explained by possibly:
A.) The "plan" he was talked in to executing included being able to successfully make it home without being caught.
B.) The phone call he got, or person he talked to told him how his "employer" planned to have him die anyway as soon as he entered his home which was wired to blow upon arrival.
C.) After being caught, which could have not been part of his plan, he informed police that his apartment was booby trapped so no one else would be killed.
This guy is obviously not completely innocent, but it makes more sense that his "employer" (no way do i believe he acted alone, or just "snapped") would pull something like this? It's possible he was even told that nobody was supposed to be killed, just scared, and he believed it. I think the point the OP made about someone being dragged off into a car is the most interesting thing I've heard about this whole story. It was probably a planned kidnapping of someone who was wanted by someone powerful. This dude was simply the fall guy.
reply to post by TKDRL
That story about the radio blast traces back to sorcha faal though, so it should be taken with a jar of salt
Originally posted by bluemirage5
I was reading another article today and I did'nt realise the person's name lighting the Olympic torch at the London Olympics is Kelly Holmes. (meaning Kill Holmes?)
Just another point to add to my long list of coincidences that is clearly pointing to Illuminati black magicedit on 30-7-2012 by bluemirage5 because: (no reason given)
Was James Holmes a member of the Golden Key honors?
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I didn't hear anything about a command post before cops arrived, only after it was set by a cop on the scene.
I remember "the suspect WILL BE a male" statement on the radio, but couldn't that just be the operator relaying information received from callers?
9. I don't care how many wounded there are: in a situation of this magnitude, LEOs still wouldn't want to transport victims. Too much liability. Show me one other situation where cops play ambulance drivers and I'll take it back.
Originally posted by bluemirage5
reply to post by St Udio
I think James Holmes was chosen because of:
1. His name works well for the Occultists
2. His work at the University would have him appear like loony tunes to the average person
Originally posted by St Udio
this is what Holmes received a $100k grant to persue...& what Holmes spent $26k on freely for 'personal expenses'