posted on May, 22 2013 @ 10:05 AM
According to the article I read, they were interviewing him in his apartment when it went down. "Imminent threat of harm," so the agent blasted
So let's look at the scorecard:
1 maimed in a way that he cannot be interviewed. And we could postulate that he is likely only alive because of the attention drawn to the manhunt,
with the possibility that any malfeasance on the part of the "arresting" officers would go public fast. Better just to cut his throat while he's in
the ambulance, so nobody can see.
This is all too convenient. I really wish these events (9/11, Boston, for example) didn't have so many things that make a cover up or conspiracy
plausible. Arrests with trials and convictions based upon obvious guilt would give me a lot more confidence in the veracity of our government and its