posted on Feb, 19 2020 @ 08:20 PM
originally posted by: caterpillage
One thing i know for certain, if you google around to find out how the arrest and subsequent trial are going, you'll find absolutely no mention of it.
It just *poof* went away.
Its amazing how effective bullcrap obvious cover stories issued by our gov are.
You won’t find any deets about the suspect’s arrest or his trial, because the case was closed with no charges being filed. Believe that #? Any
sane person thinks to themselves, “self, that’s implausible as hell. Closed for TEN days over some alleged creep, who turned out not to be a
creep, but he was fired anyway and the observatory cut ties with the staffing company who placed him?” In addition, none of the articles explain
just how, exactly, the FBI seized his laptop. Here’s why I ask: the reporting leaves the impression the feds snuck off with his laptop, evidenced by
the supposed creep openly wondering where his laptop was, and searching for it, which is odd as hell because I would assume (I know, that word) if the
feds moved in to seize a laptop, they’d kick the freaking door in and grab the laptop, warrant in hand. Why the cloak and dagger stuff?
I think the most plausible senecio here is his EMPLOYERS, seized his laptop then called the feds with their suspicions. Before the FBI arrives (think
hours), the suspected creep begins to suspect exactly what’s happened and starts to lash out VIA weird, vague threats. The fuzz shows up, takes an
inventory of what’s happened, alerts the governing body that overseas the facility which promptly overreacts and orders what’s actually a
voluntary evacuation (meaning not ordered by the feds or any other actual authority) coupled with the very real evacuation order to the post office,
by the very real feds, because they had not yet located the janitor and taking everything at face value (again, incorrectly) ordered the staff out
because they had reason to believe the suspect might be in the area AND they actually have authority there.
Add in various rumors of Blackhawks hovering, various supposed G-Men sightings - absolutely none of it affirmed as true - and presto (!) a conspiracy
I seriously think this was a bad firing on steroids, compounded by inept actions and gross over reactions.
edit on 19-2-2020 by
SlightlyAbovePar because: (no reason given)