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the white board under the car appears to be a trauma board. Unusual that it would be there under the car. It also appears items were taken from the car and placed by the dumpster for inventory. I also remember seeing a riot shield in some of the early pics, but I would guess that it belonged to one of the officers responding and was picked back up. The car itself showed the passenger window busted out, not the rear window.
The first interviews mentioned the guy came in wearing body armor and a mask, and had a rifle slung across his chest...a shotgun loaded with at least 4/5 rounds. The 870 holds 4 in the magazine plus one in the chamber. The tactical 870 riot gun... I would think if someone was going to do some shooting using multiple weapons, then they would probably have gone with the 1100 and then the AR-15... Having the Glock 40 probably meant that he may not have been planning to reload, definitely not the shotgun.
The first mention I heard of the 100 round magazine came from NY's police chief at a news conference, which I thought was odd. Why would the NYPD be giving a news conference on something that happened in another city?
So, the shooter comes in with AR 15 across chest, 870 tactical in one hand, a tear gas grenade in the other, and Glock tucked in his belt. Now this is where it gets a little tricky: pulling the pin on the gas canister and tossing, then digging out another, pulling the pin and tossing it and bringing the shotgun into firing position. Takes a bit of time to do this, and if someone close to the front decided to be gung ho, you'd be up a creek. Now if there were two people doing it...
After all ammunition is expended, goes out the emergency exit, takes off the AR and tosses it just outside the exit, and goes to his car and waits for police. One of the pics showed a handgun on the top of the car, so my guess is that it was found inside the vehicle. And why has no one latched onto the fact that the vehicle had Tennessee plates? Maybe a rental, but haven't heard much on this angle at all.
Then it started hissing, and I saw smoke coming out of it. A second later, my nostrils were overwhelmed by what I immediately recognized as tear gas. That was the instant that it became real,
Originally posted by zeozot
I do not believe there were 2 shooters in the theater, I do believe Holmes was not in the theater that night and others carried out this event.
Originally posted by mainidh
Originally posted by facedye
reply to post by mainidh
it must be hard for you to keep coming up with all of these concise reasons as to what you believe happened (as you tell it like it is fact). you act as if you don't even want to be talking about this, so why bother posting? to tell other people it's a waste of time?
this is a conspiracy website, right?
Love it. A conspiracy website, which means we must agree with everything or else.
Originally posted by Mythology
Can't believe I missed this but 11 seconds into the dispatch audio a cop clearly states "are you at the apartment ?" and another cop says "In a minute I will be".
James holmes apartment?
Originally posted by zeozot
[quote I looked up Tenn. plates, it's not a Tenn. nor Col. plate, possibly California.