posted on Feb, 7 2014 @ 11:03 AM
reply to post by Aazadan
To my thinking, a good deal of the professionalism may come from the nature of the attack and the fact they appear to have finished what they came to
do. Pretty as ya please..
It's worth taking a look and googling Metcalf Energy Center for the map here. They were firing high power rifles for 19 minutes of continuous
shooting for 17 targets. That's a lot of shooting for that location, even if every shot was a bullseye and only 17 rounds were fired to bring those
17 hits. I'm thinking that's not likely.
The fact of the matter is, what they were shooting was about half way between where they sat and the 101 Freeway just miles south of Metro San Jose.
That took balls and nerves of trained cool. 20 minutes doesn't seem like much time, but depending on what is filling those minutes? 2 can feel like a
lifetime has passed. They were sitting in an area that could have put air units and a hundred cops around them faster than I think most people would
ever believe possible ...depending on how the 'HELP ! ! ! " was worded over the area mutual support network.
It may not be an attack of major significance for damage done. It may not have taken Military training (and it certainly didn't by closer reading of
what happened, IMO..just very well practiced/trained people). It's disturbing to me for the overall package here and looking at the big implications.
A bullet, in the right square in of physical space and at the right split second of time can change futures or world outcomes. I don't even mean a
living target. Like they did here and showed in a small way .... shooting people is just one, and sometimes the LEAST effective or desired thing to
do, anyway. Few know or think beyond it tho...and that makes this bunch stand out.