posted on Jan, 22 2013 @ 08:57 PM
According to new information released by police today, Nehemiah Griego, the 15-year-old son of an Albuquerque pastor, had plans to kill his
family, his girlfriend's family, and local Walmart shoppers for weeks before he acted on the impulse on Sunday.
OK, here we go. I felt compelled to share this.
First, I wonder if the story is even true. After hearing about all the staged events of 'Sandy Hook' I'm starting to believe that MSM is pushing a lot
of shooting stories in order to accomplish an agenda. Is this their way of getting to us citizens to make us give up our guns? It's not going to
happen but with Obama shooting to get rid of our weapons sure makes it seem possible that he would use MSM to push his agenda through subliminal
Regardless if the story is true or not, I'm feeling a lot of rage everytime I check the News. On any given day you will be lucky to see 3 or 4
different topics regarding shootings that has happened. It wasn't this bad last year but ever since 2013 started it started to become more and more
common. Maybe it's always been like this and the only reason why we're seeing it in the News today is because Obama is looking for an excuse to get
rid of our guns.
Whats next? Will they try coming after our violent video games next?
Griego reportedly gushed to police about his love for violent video games during the interrogation, Houston said. He told police he loved to play
Modern Warfare and Grand Theft Auto.
"The suspect was involved heavily in games, violent games, it's what he was into," Houston said. "He was quite excited as he discussed this with our
Violent games do not make violent people. I know this because I've played countless of games especially that of GTA and Modern Warfare before I gave
up playing video games awhile back.
To prove that this teenager is different from most of us - a possibility of being a genuine psychopath..
Griego quickly admitted to the crime when pressed by police, telling investigators he was "frustrated" with his mother. Deputies said he was
"unemotional" and "very stern" during the confession.
It's a shame what happened, given if the story really took place. RIP to those who have lost their lives. It's really starting to make my blood boil
every time I read headlines about different shootings, really wish it would just stop. The first step, would be for MSM to stop covering topics due to
copy cats because the way it seems to be; it's looking a lot like a pissing contest.
Here is what happened.
The shooting spree began shortly around 1 a.m. on Sunday, when Griego snuck into his parents' bedroom while his mother, Sara Griego, was asleep.
There he raided the closet where the family kept their guns, and immediately used a .22 rifle to kill her, according to the Bernalillo County
Griego's 9-year-old brother was sleeping with his mother at the time and woke up. When Griego told the boy his mother was dead, the youngster didn't
believe him, according to a police report.
"So Nehemiah picked up his mother's head to show his brother her bloody face," the report states. "Nehemiah stated his brother became so upset so he
shot his brother in the head."
He then went into his sisters' bedroom. "Nehemiah stated when he entered he noticed that his sisters were crying and he shot them in the head," the
police report states. The girls were 5 and 2 years old.
The teenager waited for his father to come from his overnight shift working at a nearby rescue mission. When his father, Greg Griego, walked into the
home around 5 a.m., unaware of what had taken place, Griego shot him multiple times with the AR-15 rifle, Sheriff Dan Houston said today.
Greg Griego was a former church pastor at Calvary Church in Albuquerque, and worked as a chaplain at a local jail where he counseled convicts. The
family was very involved in the church, according to its website.
The complaint said Griego took a photo of his dead mother and "sent it to his girlfriend."
Griego then packed up the guns, including two shotguns, as well as ammunition for the rifles, and planned to drive to a Walmart to shoot additional
Houston said today that Griego called his 12-year-old girlfriend Sunday and ended up spending the entire day with her rather than going to the
Walmart. Around 8 p.m. on Sunday, the pair drove to Calvary Church, and Griego said his family had died in a car crash. Someone on the church's staff
then called 911, Houston said.
"At this time, Nehemiah had been contemplating this for some time. The information that Nehemiah had contemplated going to the local Walmart and
participating in a shooting in there is accurate," Houston said. "There is no information at all that he went to church to cause anyone bodily harm
there. The suspect also contemplated killing his girlfriend's parents."
edit on 22-1-2013 by
TheProphetMark because: (no reason given)