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Foreshadowing of the media in amok shooting in Washington
3 years ago
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We are told by the media, the Navy reservist Aaron Alexis on Monday the 16th September intruded in the headquarters of the U.S. Navy in Washington and shot many rounds.
There were 13 dead, including the shooter.
According to police, he was a single perpetrator, although it was said at the beginning, there were two other fugitive offenders wanted.
Parsifal, September 17, 2013

I will not even go into the fact now, but to show you what the news agency Associated Press (AP) on Sunday the 15th September at 23:31 distributed to the media as a headline, which was wrapped i.e. from The Daily Courier:
Police, FBI: Shooter reported in military building at Washington Navy Yard; multiple victims

How could they report something on Sunday, if it happens on Monday ?

Above, I have the date and time of the article circled in red

The Daily Courier is based in the Okanagan in British Columbia, Canada.
The time difference between Washington DC and the West Coast is 3 hours.
If the act held 8-9 clock local time, then the message of AP could have been reported by the newspaper the earliest by 6 o’clock on Monday, but not at 23:31 clock on Sunday the 15th September.

Here is the link to the page.

Now that can be an one-time error and random that I can not explain.

But there is another page that shows the date of Sunday and also as a source specifies AP.

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Foreshadowing of the media in amok shooting in Washington

3 years ago

It is now being reported that this guy heard voices, which is indicative of schizophrenia.  How did he ever get a gun permit and a high level national security clearance?


What kind of personnel are being hired by this government?

There are too many unanswered questions right now.

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