Archive | Second Amendment RSS feed for this section

Nurse who treated Colorado theater shooting victims drowns; Was the shooting a false flag?

27 Aug

Fox News reports that a nurse who helped treat the victims in the Aurora, Colorado theater shooting drowned while vacationing in Iowa. When someone connected to a possible false flag attack goes swimming one night while on vacation and is found dead the next morning, it is a good idea to take note and put it in the “Just for the Record” folder. But that’s not all that is interesting about nurse Jennifer Gallagher, age forty six. She treated one of the shooting victims in the neurological intensive unit, which she helped open. She was also one of the hospital staff members who met with Obama when he visited Aurora after the massacre on July 20th. Again, at this time none of this means anything more than exactly what is said, but there is no harm in book marking this nugget of information.

Why is the Aurora theater shooting a possible false flag? See the links and videos below.

This is not the countenance I’d expect of a cold-blooded, calculating criminal. AP

Miller: Aurora shooter must have practiced  (cbsnews.com)

(CBS News) The well-armed shooter in the Aurora movie theater massacre had a hit ratio twice what a police officer might achieve engaging with armed assailants in a street setting.

That suggests, says CBS News senior correspondent John Miller, that the suspect – who is believed to have planned his assault with precision –  practiced shooting prior to the attack on the theater audience last Friday.

James Holmes, who made his first court appearance Monday, will face charges in the deaths of 12 people at the Century 16 theater. Fifty-eight others were also injured in the spree, most by gunfire.

James Holmes “not talking” ahead of first court appearance

Continue reading

At least 19 wounded in overnight shootings | Fox News

24 Aug
CHICAGO (FOX Chicago News) –

CAUGHT IN THE CROSSFIRE: At least 19 people were wounded in shootings on the South and Southwest Sides from Thursday evening through early Friday.

Eight people were wounded in the most violent of the shooting of the night, a drive-by that occurred about 9:13 p.m. near the intersection of 79th Street and Kingston Avenue in the South Shore neighborhood, police said.

Seven males were shot, ranging in age from 14 to 28, and a 19-year-old woman also was wounded in the shooting, police said. The 28-year-old was listed in critical condition, but police said none of the wounded suffered life-threatening injuries.

At least 11 others were wounded in shootings on the South and Southwest Sides between 5:15 p.m. Thursday and 1:45 a.m. Friday.

Police have made no arrests in the shootings, which were being investigated by area detectives.

Empire State building shooting – UPDATED

24 Aug
The Empire State Building in New York City, ta...

The Empire State Building in New York City, taken from 5th Avenue. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The.45 caliber pistol had 8 rounds.  3 of the rounds were used on the dead victim, but 9 people were injured by gun shot.  At least 12 rounds would have had to have been fired to injure and kill that many people , so who shot the innocent bystanders if Johnson’s gun only held 8 bullets? -thetimetimes.com

Blomberg “Once again, there’s an awful lot of guns out there.”

Gun used is a .45 caliber pistol that holds 8 rounds.

Bloomberg “This has nothing to do with terrorism.”

Mayor Bloomberg “Construction worker saw something and said something.”

Mayor Bloomberg & Commissioner – 9:03 a.m shot former coworker 3 times

Stresses this is a preliminary investigation.

Shooter is Jeffrey Johnson, age 53

Dead victim was 41 years old.

Used 45 caliber handgun.

2 women and 7 men shot.

Officers in place as part of counter-terrorism efforts shot gunman.

Mayor Bloomberg – Gunman was fired a year ago, 9 people shot, shooter and one other victim dead. NYPD responded immediately, aided by brave civilians.

Eyewitness: 20 to 30 shots fired by gunman- NBC

Gunman ran from Empire State building across the street firing shots on Fifth avenue and 34th St. – NBC

Fifth Avenue shut down. – NBC

Gunman – wearing green with bag over his shoulder, caucasian. Police came out of shops as soon as thy heard shots fired. – NBC

Shooter used buckshot, requiring fewer shots to befired.  – NBC

NOT terrorism. Shooter  is a male in his twenties, and was fired yesterday. – NBC

Eyewitness says 3 people dead. People knocked down in stampede. “Five or six shots.” – NBC

Some people are now allowed to exit Empire State building but no one can enter. Waiting for Mayor’s press conference at 11 a.m. – NBC

2 dead, 8 injured, NOT terror related. – NBC.

Shooter is male, twenties – NBC

People in Empire State building not allowed to leave. – NBC

Many incorrect stories going around. – ABC

“It could happen anywhere.” – ABC

NYPD response time “unparallelled”  – ABC

NYPD had “scene contained in 15 minutes” – ABC

Not worried about any other shooters in the area.

ABC stresses FBI said this is NOT terrorism.

Two dead including shooter dead.

FBI “immediately” says NOT terrorism.

“a workplace dispute that spilled out onto the street.”

10 people injured, 4 shot.

LIVE Coverage – NBC

LIVE Updates – Reuters

There will be a police briefing at 11am according to a Reuters reporter. – Reuters

Two people killed in Empire State shooting: New York police source

NEW YORK | Fri Aug 24, 2012 10:09am EDT

(Reuters) – Two people were killed and at least eight were wounded in a shooting outside the landmark Empire State Building in New York City on Friday, according to a police source.

One of the dead was the shooter, the source said, adding that there was no apparent link to terrorism.

“I heard the gunshots,” said Dahlia Anister, 33, who works at an office near the 102-story Empire State Building. “It was like pop, pop, pop. It was definitely in a bunch.”

The victims were shot shortly after 9 a.m. on the sidewalk on Fifth Avenue outside the building in Midtown Manhattan.

The shooting broke out at the height of the tourist season outside one of New York City’s most popular attractions, startling tourists and commuters in one of the busiest areas of the city.

The building is two blocks from Pennsylvania Station, one of New York City’s main transportation hubs.

The United States has had two other mass shooting cases this summer. On July 20, James Holmes, 24, allegedly opened fire at a midnight screening of the Batman film “The Dark Knight Rises” in Aurora, Colorado, killing 12 people and wounding 58.

On August 5, a gunman killed six people and critically wounded three at a Sikh temple outside Milwaukee before police shot him dead in an attack authorities treated as an act of domestic terrorism.

The Empire State Building was the world’s tallest building for 40 years from its completion in 1931 until construction of the World Trade Center. Following the September 11, 2001, attacks, it was again the tallest building in the city.

(Reporting by Lily Kuo and Mark Hosenball; Editing by Anthony Boadle and Bill Trott)

From Reuters Two people killed in Empire State shooting: New York police source

From NBC New York

Police say at least two people were shot outside the Empire State Building Friday morning.

Authorities said emergency personnel received a call about the shooting at Fifth Avenue and 34th Street just after 9 a.m.

The circumstances of the shooting weren’t immediately clear. The conditions of the people shot also weren’t known.

At least one person was seen being taken away in a stretcher.

Anyone traveling in the area is advised to expect road closures and detours.

Check back for details on this developing story.

Several people shot outside Empire State Building (Huffington Post)

NEW YORK — New York City officials say several people have been shot outside the Empire State Building and that the gunman is dead.

City police say three or four civilians have been wounded in the Friday morning shooting and that the shooter is dead.

A fire department spokesman says it received a call about the shooting just after at 9 a.m. Friday and that emergency units were on the scene within minutes.

The spokesman had no information about how many people were wounded or their conditions.

The shooting occurred at 34th Street and Fifth Avenue.

Recent Violent Crime & Murders NOT Committed With Guns

6 Aug
knives serious

knives serious (Photo credit: u m a m i)

The weapon will not change the intent. If someone wants to hurt someone else, they will find a way. Gun control would have done nothing to stop these violent crimes. Keep in mind, the media is highly focused on guns and gun violence, so they will not report as many other types of violent murders. Besides that, we know there is a gun control agenda, and we know such agendas come from the very top. And of course we know that the very top controls mainstream media, and even some alternative media. Remember, initial reports said there were multiple shooters at the Batman theater shooting. Yesterday I posted videos of differing eyewitness accounts of the Sikh temple shooting. See ‘Eyewitness: Multiple Shooters Responsible For Sikh Temple Massacre (Video)‘.  Let’s not be naive. Let’s not ask for handcuffs and directions to our cell.

Woman in serious condition after getting stabbed six times (woai.com) August 5, 2012

Missing oil executive Carole Waugh ‘killed by single stab wound’ (The Independent) August 4, 2012

Maine has one of the highest rates of knife-related deaths in the nation (Maine Sun Journal)August 4, 2012

Prosecutor asks that 14-year-old boy be tried as adult in Tacoma murder case (q13fox.com) August 3, 2012

2 Arrested After Knife Attack On Wheat Ridge Couple (CBS Denver) August 2, 2012

8 dead, 5 hurt in China knife attack after breakup (abc) August 2, 2012

Cops justified in killing knife-wielding grandma (AP & policeone.com) August 2, 2012

Knife Crime 2012: Man Slashed Repeatedly In Drive-By Stabbing (sfist.com) August 1, 2012

Hammer-Wielding Man in Suit Attacks Spanish Tourist at City Hall Park (NBC New York) August 1, 2012

 Xbox Chat Leads To Violent Attack In Oakley (CBS Sacramento) July 31, 2012

Cops: Mother killed son with knife, hammer (timesunion.com) July 31, 2012

Let’s Ban Doctors, Cars, and Knives before We Ban AK-47s July 30, 2012 (conservativehideout.com)

Ronald Hetzel Accused Of Breaking Into Las Vegas Home To Beat Owner With Toilet Bowl Lid And Guitar (Huffington Post) July 26, 2012

Man holding knife to baby’s throat shot by deputy July 23, 2012 (policeone.com)

Eyewitness: Multiple Shooters Responsible For Sikh Temple Massacre (Video)

5 Aug

Not only does the eyewitness say four men in dark clothing are responsible for the Sikh temple shooting in Wisconsin, but he also says that one gunman was killed, and people were still in the temple with the three other shooters. Of course, the media is reporting its own version of the story, that a lone white gunman was shot and killed after murdering six innocent people. In an LA Times article, it says some of the six dead victims were priests who were shot outside of the temple in the parking lot.  It also says police were originally looking for “two white shooters with large builds.

Another video shows an interview with a man who claims his parents were present during the massacre. He says they told him that there were multiple shooters and that it is was a “very well-coordinated” attack.

Read more at Infowars.com: Eyewitness: 4 Man Team Behind Sikh Temple Shooting

ANAHEIM POLICE SHOOT AT WOMEN AND CHILDREN, UNLEASH K-9 ATTACK DOG

24 Jul

Everyone is focused on the joker nut ball, who is strangely not as spry and nimble as he was the day he wielded three guns, wounding 58 and killing 12. Meanwhile, US police officers ARE SHOOTING at WOMEN AND CHILDREN …in AMERICA…in 2012.

ANAHEIM POLICE SHOOT AT WOMEN AND CHILDREN, UNLEASH K-9 ATTACK DOG – YouTube.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Deadly police shooting in Anaheim sparks violent protests – NBC News

23 Jul

Photo: Mindy Schauer/Orange County Register

“The deadly police shooting of an unarmed man in Anaheim, Calif., on Saturday sparked a series of violent protests over the weekend, aggravating already high tensions between police and citizens.

More than a hundred residents of northeastern Anaheim reacted to the fatal shooting of 24-year-old Manuel Diaz by police by setting fire to garbage dumpsters in the street and throwing bottles at police officers Saturday night.

Police fired pepper balls and bean bags to control the crowd. The unrest escalated when a police dog escaped a squad car through an open window and bit at least two people. Five people were arrested.

The protests continued on Sunday, with dozens of people lining the streets outside police headquarters and then storming into the lobby chanting “shame,” “no justice, no peace,” and “cops, pigs and murderers,” as officials went into a press conference regarding the controversial shooting.

Protesters said they wanted to know what threat Diaz posed to officers.

The protest at the Anaheim Police Department was the latest in a series of actions by families of shooting victims, some of whom have been holding weekly protests for nearly two years at police headquarters in Orange County, NBCLosAngeles.com reported.

Anaheim Police Chief John Welter said two officers were placed on paid leave after one of them shot Diaz around 4 p.m. Saturday.

Welter said officers were patrolling a neighborhood in northeastern Anaheim when they approached three men allegedly acting suspiciously in an alley, NBCLosAngeles.com reported.

As police started questioning Diaz, who was standing outside a car talking to the two men inside, the car drove off and Diaz started running. Police chased him down and shot him.

“He was shot first in the back, but he was down,” Diaz’s mother, Genevieve Huizar, told NBCLosAngeles.com through tears Sunday, “then they shot him a second time. They shot him in the head.”

Welter said he can’t say why police shot Diaz during the chase, but he did confirm no weapon was found at the crime scene.

“At this time, there’s no information that he was armed when he was shot,” Welter said at a press conference, “but we don’t know what was thrown away as he was running away from the officers, and that was not found, according to the district attorney’s office.”

Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait called for an independent probe into a fatal police shooting, asking the state attorney general’s office to get involved.

“Transparency is essential,” Tait said during a press conference at the Anaheim Police Department. “The investigation will seek the truth, and whatever the truth is, we will own it.”

Anaheim was one of six California cities with populations greater than 100,000 that saw a big spike in violent crime last year, according to an analysis of FBI crime data released in June.”
Watch the video here

Read the rest of the article here at nbcnews.com

%d bloggers like this: