Reality Check: Unanswered Questions About Colorado Theater Massacre [video]_Featured_, Corporate Controlled Media, Videos Wednesday, July 25th, 2012
This is a must see, four-minute video. Ben Swann Reality Check takes a look at the questions the mainstream media isn’t bothering to ask about James Holmes and the Colorado theater massacre.
The emergency crews hadn’t left the scene of the Colorado theater shooting before a lot of lawmakers, politicians, and members of the media were already asking questions about how gun laws have to change. But, what questions about the shooting are the media not asking?
How could an unemployed graduate student afford to buy many, many thousands of dollars of weapons and explosives?
Holmes allegedly rigged his apartment with an incredibly complicated maze of firebombs. But, on the day he was arrested, he immediately told police about the bombs. Why? And, how di a graduate student in neuro-science learn how to make bombs so complicated that the FBI took two days to figure out how to disarm them? One official said that the intricacy of the bombs is rarely seen outside of a war zone. He had a tripwire set behind the door to kill anyone who opened it. Yet, he decides to warn police about it to prevent someone being killed. It doesn’t make sense.
Nor does what police are saying about this being a lone-wolf attack. Eyewitness reports from the scene report that someone inside of the theater received a phone call and then went to the emergency exit door and opened it. Witnesses also report the tear gas was thrown from more than one location.