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I have to admit, my original thread dealing with the idea he wasn't the shooter, had to do with his interest and expertise in the mind and illusion. I did think he was involved, but not as the shooter, and wanted to prove some demented theory about perception. I never saw this as a possibility, but I also had some odd sense that he didn't actually kill anyone. I thought he was going to prove to himself that he could get away with such a notorious crime with so many witnesses and on such a big national stage.
Originally posted by bluemirage5
reply to post by Bilk22
There is a good chance you are correct too.
Originally posted by imeddieone4202003
Yes Robert Holmes, the father of the Batman Shooter is part of the banking elite and has an important role in these interesting times.
"Most important to note about James Holmes, however, this report says, is that his father, Robert Holmes, was said to have been scheduled to testify within the next few weeks before a US Senate panel on the largest bank fraud scandal in world history that is currently unfolding and threatens to destabilize and destroy the Western banking system. Robert Holmes, whose “blueblood” family links go back to the Mayflower, is known throughout the global banking community as being the creator of one of the most sophisticated computer algorithms ever developed and is credited with developing predictive models for financial services; credit and fraud risk models, first and third party application fraud models and internet/online banking fraud models.
Educated at the University of California, Berkeley and Stanford University, Robert Holmes is currently the senior lead scientist with the American credit score company FICO, which was formally known as Fair, Isaac and Company, and which every American citizen is beholden to should they need to borrow money."
I think that the silence in the media as to his father and his elite connections in the banking industry is mighty suspicious. There are alot of dots to connect and this revelation just poses more questions than answers.
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edit on July 26th 2012 by greeneyedleo because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Wyrmbyte
OK, I'm confused. If you wanted to force someone to cooperate you don't take their son away. This kid is going to jail or the looney bin for life.
Wouldn't that make the father more uncooperative? What more can they do to him?
Originally posted by NAMTERCES
reply to post by imeddieone4202003
I wonder. Is this a warning to father Robert Holmes not to testify about what he knows at the LIBOR scandal?
But, wouldn't it anger the father and make him even more likely to speak?
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My educational background is in Mathematics and Statistics.
My experience over the last 10 years at HNC and FICO has been in develping predictive models for financial services; credit & fraud risk models,first and third party application fraud models and internet/online banking fraud models.
Management Experience: I am currently managing a team building Falcon Fraud Manager Credit card fraud models. I have also managed teams in the Telco and Identity Theft fraud areas.
Originally posted by darkbake
In the end, I would like someone to make a case for me that James Holmes was working on his own and did this on his own, it would have to include reasoning for his attacks, a psychological exam to determine what was causing his memory loss, and how he got his explosive expertise, and what happened to the room mates originally reported by the media.edit on 26-7-2012 by darkbake because: (no reason given)