by: Susanne Posel
July 21, 2012
In a sold-out theater, showing the new Batman film “Dark Knight Rises”, an anonymous gunman entered in a gas mask, threw two gas canisters into the crowd and opened fire with an assault rifle, shotgun and a .40 caliber Glock pistol. The result: 12 people dead and 59 injured. The mainstream media is hailing this unprovoked assault as “one of the deadliest mass shootings in recent US history”.
Tayler Trujillo, who was in the audience, remembers: “He didn’t say anything. He kicked the door open with his foot and held it open with his foot and he threw something and it landed in the row in front of me. Then it, like, went off — kind of like a firework — and gas filled the room. All you heard was ‘Get down! Get down! I felt like I couldn’t breathe, my eyes were really super watery. And then shots just started being fired, so many, and it stopped for a second, and everybody was, like ‘Go! Go! Go!’ but then he started to fire again and then I had to go back down. Honestly, I just started praying. I thought I was going to die.”
The gunman wore complete SWAT team gear (including a tactical armored vest, throat protector, groin protector, a gas mask and a ballistic helmet) and fired with a steady and seemingly trained hand, as witness Jennifer Seeger recalled. “Every few seconds it was just boom, boom, boom,” Seeger said. “He would reload and shoot and anyone who would try to leave would just get killed.”
The suspect has been identified as James Holmes, a 24 year old, quiet, anti-social medical school dropout from the University of Colorado.
Police in Denver claim to have traced James’ weapon purchase of a Remington shotgun and a Glock handgun to a Bass Pro Shop in Denver. A second Glock is supposed to have been procured at Gander Mountain store in Aurora, Colorado.
Law enforcement in Denver are claiming that James’ apartment was “booby trapped” with potential explosives and had to evacuate surrounding residents in adjacent buildings. Bomb technicians were brought to the scene to decipher how to disarm “flammable material”. Dan Oates, Aurora police chief, asserts that James’ apartment interior was fairly disturbing, containing “devices that look to be sophisticated”.
The propaganda building around the shooter is simply to support the coming attacks on the 2nd Amendment in conjunction with the UN’s agenda of global gun control.