OK - we all know I'm the mother of all conspiracy theorists. As I am wont to say, if the media (or government) said it was hot and sunny in mid-July, I'd break out my umbrella and raincoat.
Does anyone else find it just a little too coincidental that this attack occurred in the same state where cops are already under fire for body-slamming a 14-year-old girl and shutting down the lemonade stand of two little kids trying to earn some money for a Father's Day gift?
Could this be staged with crisis actors to garner some sympathy for the poor widdle coppers who just can't seem to restrain their impulses to assault, batter, harass, and kill the unarmed petty offenders who have the misfortune to cross their errant paths?
Typical psychopaths. Attack others, lie about it, and claim you're the victim. You know. Six big, burly badged bullies with night sticks, tasers, mace, and guns couldn't defend themselves against one unarmed 25-year-old kid They had to break his spine. But, of course, they're at a loss to know how it happened, since none of them used excessive force. (I guess spines just sever themselves sometimes.) Ask for a change of venue for fear of not getting a fair trial. (Did your victim get a fair trial?) Or brandish a deadly weapon at, while wailing about how, your victims put you through terrible hardship (having to run around in the heat with 30 pounds of gear).
Trouble is you can't trust the media as far as the distance the gunpowder would have to travel to blow it to hell. (Maybe a poor choice of words under the circumstances, but it gets the point across.) Now, I don't like to see innocent people targeted for something with which they had nothing to do. The alleged suspect in this case is claiming he's angry because the Dallas cops were responsible for taking his child away. If the story and background information are true (he had three prior incidents of domestic abuse), then he's responsible for the consequences of his own inappropriate actions.
I guess I've lost the ability to tell real from faux news. I don't know anymore whether something actually happened as claimed, it's a lie, it's a false flag, or it's a hoax. So, I can only conclude with the same caveat with which I opened - that it strikes me as a bit too coincidental that this alleged attack took place against cops from the state where they've been under heavy recent criticism for going after childen.
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Sent: Saturday, June 13, 2015 4:32 AM
Subject: Breaking News: Gunmen fire on officers outside Dallas police HQ
Los Angeles Times | June 13, 2015 | 4:30 AM
Multiple gunmen toting automatic weapons opened fire on officers outside Dallas Police headquarters early Saturday morning, before one man fled the scene being chased by police in what witnesses described as an armored van, according to Dallas Police Chief David Brown.
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