posted on Mar, 24 2013 @ 08:15 PM
Well, I'll give it a whirl around the logic tree....
If we assume this was fake in so far as the Marine accused wasn't the shooter or he was somehow set up? Then it stands as reasonable that a very
compelling need existed to do this. High risk doesn't even touch it when you start looking at who all calls Quantico their full time home or station.
It's a whole lot more than just crime labs and FBI classrooms, that's for sure.
SO what would the overriding reason have been? Gun Control fails for the location and circumstances. You're at the secondary headquarters of the FBI
and one of the more 'interesting' Marine facilities in the nation. Gun control in what form? Not there...so that isn't a reason.
Was there something particularly compelling about one or more who were killed? Something that required their death so urgently that the risks and
something like this would be considered justified to the need? I think it's this last part which seems to be entirely missing. I have trouble
assuming such things without any proof to at least suggest it's a possibility?
I could be missing something too.