However: at approximately 3:00 pm Central, CBS (national) had an eyewitness state that there had been two shooters, and one of them had killed himself. When asked about the other shooter, he stated "he's locked up in that car over there" (or words to that effect) pointing to a cluster of police cars.
Now reports are that the shooter was all alone, and there were no accomplices. That it was the disturbed son of a teacher.
Odd.... I was sure that I had witnessed the CBS broadcast, yet I cannot find that portion now. I was wondering if my memory was faulty....Apparently that clip went down the memory hole....
Others (see comments) noticed this as well.
This could be poor reporting in the rush to get something out on the air, but I don't think so. I saw what I saw, and heard what I heard.
If what I am thinking has happened, and what I am suspecting has been perpetrated, then someone is a very evil person. If it is possible that one deranged man would do this, then is it not possible that several deranged (yet seemingly normal)people might make such a
There were similar issues over the reporting of the Aurora shooting in the movie theater. two people became one shortly after the situation "clarified". Yet the reports were clear at first, then disappeared. Discrepancies are still not explained in the reports from that incident. Handlers? helpers? Controlling a crazed and or drugged patsy? ?
I hate to sound like a conspiracy nut. But really, that does not preclude the possibility that there is a conspiracy.
Could people really be that evil?
ETA: and now it seems the (current) reporting (via the Medical Examiner) is that the majority of the wounds were from the "Assault Rifle" found IN THE CAR after the fact, rather than one of the 2 pistols found with the body of the perpetrator. Interesting that the shooter had the time to carry the rifle to the car and carefully stow it in the trunk before returning to the scene and painting the walls with his brain.
Strange. I know I sound like a broken record here, but the "coincidences" keep piling up. Can a rational person not wonder?Especially after watching the Sunday morning "news" shows, all promoting "gun control" so heavily in the wake of the shooting?
Bad reporting? I dunno. Why would the kid make the statement that he did? Yeah, I know this is tinfoil hat stuff. But still. Makes ya wonder.