posted on Nov, 28 2012 @ 02:31 PM
Some new perspective...
I was listening to Alex Jones today and he made a very good point about this case and the claim of inmates coming forward.
In the beginning the prison was spreading the rumor that Holmes was spitting on guards and saying he confessed from inmates in the prison. It was in
mainstream media and they wanted to make it known this was happening. However, as soon as this article is released about him admitting that he was
programmed to kill...they are immediately playing it off saying that Holmes did not have any contact with other members in prison. So if he didn't,
and he was literally not able to be seen, heard, or spoken to from other inmates, why did they spread the lies in the beginning that he was spitting
on and confessing to guards? Why did they not say those were BS claims?
That's what makes this article a little more fascinating.
Upon further research, thanks to Alex Jones, I was also shocked to discover that Holmes' psychiatrist did in fact work for the government for a short
Chief of Physical Medicine, United States Air Force, San Antonio, TX, 1990-1993
Staff Physiatrist, Wilford Hall United States Air Force Medical Center, San Antonio, TX, 1990-1993
Her resume is huge and filled with awards, including which from the government with crazy research projects. Not to mention,
"Even limited data found on the Web about Fenton made news, including an agenda from a May 30 presentation to the psychiatry department called
"World of Warcraft: The Use of Archetypes in Psychotherapy" — a discussion that Fenton participated in about a multiplayer role-playing video game
that Holmes had reportedly played."
It makes me think...didn't Holmes say he felt like he was in a video game? What if Fenton really did program him? Made him believe he was playing one
of his favorite video games? Possible...or not?
Her bio was quickly removed from the university website along with her resume right after the shooting. You can find archived copies of it by
searching her name on Google, Dr. Lynne Fenton.