Originally posted by telemetry
reply to post by starviego
Ahh, yeah... that picture.
One problem with that image, firstly is that we don't know for a fact - said body on the ground was actually, responsible for the shootings and the house fire at [xxxx] (supposedly connected)
I might be wrong but wasn't the perp killed in the school by the police, according to reports?
How did the (dead?) body ultimately end up on the sidewalk assuming it did? Was it moved?
If you can get past that line of thought:
A different article at this news link here looks to be the same individual at the same spot. Now is that belt white, instead of the other one that looks black? Am I seeing things here?
Too much ADD?
(attention to detail disorder)
Zawahri received her Ph.D. from the University of Virginia. Her research interests include conflict and cooperation between adversaries, international institutions, environmental security, the political economy of developing nations, Middle East politics, and South Asian politics with focus on India and Pakistan.
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