posted on Jul, 27 2012 @ 01:42 PM
The bit that stood out for me in this is that they congratulate themselves for "thwarting" an attack, when the guy called up and told the boss what
he was going to do...
They didn't "thwart" anything, they got lucky that the dude gave a warning.
These cops should feel embarrassed for themselves, congratulating themselves like that for doing the job they are paid to do and then making out they
went above and beyond to capture someone before they managed to do anything.
They got lucky, there was no skill, investigation or real work involved in this. Pathetic.
As for the suggestion this is somehow related or connected to the previous act, why? There are plenty of mentally deranged people in America, and
there are plenty of people who own highly dangerous weapons.
A guy with both mental instability and a lot of weapons sees an incident like that and echoes the press buzzwords and that's supposed to be
suggestive of him being connected in some way? Ridiculous.
When a concrete link is established, a direct link between him and Holmes, then there's reason to be concerned. Until then, he's just another
whackjob who needed some attention and used a sick and twisted way to get it.