posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 03:57 AM
Thank you for an interesting thread OP, sadly I can't watch the vid on my phone so that will have to wait until I can get online with my netbook.
I must admit, I'm kind of on the fence with this one. Admittedly, something's rotten in the state of Kislev (or Ohio) as the OS doesn't add up,
there is something about this story that doesn't sit right. That pic someone posted of his "friends" ex-"boyfriend", for a start, looks more like
the suspect than the comparison shots we've seen in the past (though, playing devil's advocate here, I can see similarities between the dark haired,
broader nosed James and the wirey flame haired man with the thin nose).
I guess I have a couple of points to bring up that I haven't seen discussed thus far...
First is that there seems to be no mention of the "phone call", well for the past 5 years every mobile phone (cell phone for the yanks) have been
equipped with something called "Fake Call" basically, you set a timer and when you activate Fake Call, your phone rings after the time is up (you
can even record some responses so the person you want to trick into thinking you're getting a call thinks there's someone on the other end). So
perhaps the perpetrator didn't get a call from anyone and it was just a diversion to get up and open the door? Then of course we get into the fact
that Cinema fire doors are alarmed etc....
My next point is more just something I've wondered since day 1, something I actually thought a few of us on here might have been thinking but nobody
seems to have vocalised yet (or whatever the typing version of vocalisation is). Maybe, just maybe James Holmes was just a screwed up individual who
had seen the movie 'Rampage' and thought "I wanna do that!". As soon as I heard about this, Rampage popped into my head (probably only because I
saw it for the first time about a fortnight before.
Of course, there is one other thought I have on this case, though it stems from early talk that James Holmes was trying to become a self styled Joker
type supervillain. Maybe all his rumoured craziness (if true) is an attempt to become institutionalised so he can break free from his own personal
Arkham and become like his hero. That's more of a brain fart than anything else though.
At the end of the day I don't know where I would place my chips when it comes to all this. I don't have a clue if James Holmes is Guilty, Innocent,
Crazy or Sane. I just know, like 9/11 I don't believe the OS....