Thursday, July 26, 2012


AURORA, Colo. (July 25, 2012) –  Officials at theUniversity of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus can confirm that the suspicious package discovered at the Facilities Services building on Monday, July 23, 2012, was delivered to the campus by the United States Postal Service that same day, immediately investigated and turned over to authorities within hours of delivery. This package prompted the building’s evacuation at 12:26 p.m., and employees were allowed to return by 3:06 p.m.
The anonymous Fox News source that the package was received on July 12 and sat in the mailroom is inaccurate.
We remain unable to discuss anything further on this package in accordance with the order of Judge Sylvester on July 23, 2012.

Aurora Massacre: Stick Figure Story Changes. 

by Scott Creighton
UPDATE: And who says that package wasn’t sitting around since July 12th? Well, the same people who would be sued if it was sitting around since the 12th, that’s who.  (H/T Mike W)
Yesterday I wrote about a ludicrous new narrative coming out of Fox “News” which claimed that they now had what amounts to a “stick figure drawing confession” from James Holmes, conveniently sent by him prior to the shooting. The narrative has been fixed, the story massaged. The problematic aspects of the story have been weeded out by those in control of the public image of this case...
“Among the images shown in the spiral-bound notebook’s pages were gun-wielding stick figures blowing away other stick figures” Fox News
The story centered around a professor at the nearby university contacting the FBI and telling them he thought he had a package that had been sent to him by the shooter. They went there and the package was not sent by the shooter so for some reason they searched the campus post office and found that there was indeed a package which had been there since July 12th that WAS sent by the shooter.
The source said police and FBI agents were called to the University of Colorado Anschutz medical campus in Aurora on Monday morning after the psychiatrist, who is also a professor at the school, reported receiving a package believed to be from the suspect. Although that package turned out to be from someone else and harmless, a search of the Campus Services’ mailroom turned up another package sent to the psychiatrist with Holmes’ name in the return address, the source told” Fox News
According to the Fox “News” article, that package was a nifty little bit of evidence showing that Holmes had drawn little stick figure illustrations of what he intended to do. Can’t ask for a more damning bit of evidence than that can you?
I pointed out the absolutely ridiculous nature of narrative in an article called Aurora Massacre: Stick Figures!? You’ve Gotta be F*cking Kidding Me.  But then I also pointed out as well that if this were the case and the “evidence” was supposedly there since July 12th, then the post office and or the university would be sued til the end of time. Had they done their jobs, this entire thing would have been avoided.
“… the parcel may have sat unopened in a mailroom for up to a week before its discovery Monday, a law enforcement source told” Fox News
The story was carried by other “news” agencies like the Huffington Post complete with the “stick figures” and the mistaken package storyline.
But then the story has changed considerably.
NBC “News” ran a story last night on their prime time show in which they make mention early on of the “writings’ of Holmes in the spiral notebook.
  • Gone – is any mention of the stick figure drawings.
  • Gone – is any mention of the professor calling the FBI and telling them he had a package from Holmes.
  • Gone – is the story of the mistaken package and then the real package.
  • Fixed – is the narrative that the package sat there for a long time before being “discovered” by the feds (no lawsuits now)
  • Fixed – is the narrative of how they found out about it in the first place (the “uncooperative” Holmes who has not confessed, told them about the confession stick figures just like the “uncooperative” Holmes warned the cops about the traps he set for the cops)
The new narrative directly conveniently addresses several problems of the first in that it was extremely implausible that some professor would mistake one package as being from a suspected mass murdered just to have another coincidentally waiting to be discovered that was from him or the fact that someone was going to be sued and as it turns out, the campus post office isn’t attached to the USPS. These are problems. That says nothing of the ridiculous “stick figure confession’ aspect of the whole thing.
But let’s think about this for a second: uncooperative Holmes not only saved officer’s lives by warning them of the traps, but he also made the entire case for the prosecution. How much more “cooperation” do they want?

Continued here:

Aurora Massacre: Stick Figure Story Changes. Another “Slumped” Moment in American History?


Anonymous said...

Long story short if needed to say: it was all a CIA black psyop led by a cloned patsy.... Reality is stranger than fiction, remember....

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Anonymous said...

Excellent, thanks Aang.

Misquoting Hannibal Smith - "I love it when a plan falls to pieces".

Anonymous said...

I can't get over the look on his face in court-it was like his heart was broken. I think a gay lover-set him up. I think he was in love, and expecting the world or 'something very big', from this con artist-everything transpired, he walked into a trap. 2 people carried out the killings-in gas masks-one looked like him exactly with the hair-face covered. Then James showed up to go on a movie date, dressed as the Joker cause the lover told him it would be sexy and turn him on. The 2 shooters got away, and then James just stood there thinking about 'the big thing' and was arrested. I think he is too ashamed to tell the truth-that he was set up and taken for a fool. And he has a broken heart. I worry about him. Now he knows it was not just the lover-it was a very big thing with a very sophisticated plan that has really F%$ked him.

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Secretsun? Yeah... I checked it out and was grooving on it right up until he declared mind control the stuff of legends.

Which was a load off my mind, I can tell you. All this time and there I was thinking it was real. What an idiot.

Thank you secretsun!

Anonymous said...

Three separate witness reports of an accomplice...

It's on wikipedia talk page but the main page goes with the uncorroborated Police Story...

Anonymous said...

July 12 2012

Anonymous said...

I had a look at the 'children at risk' website.

Noting they have to turn kids away, I would suggest Compassion, which is Child-focused; Church-based;Christ-centred.

I know the "church' thing/issue is contentious, but for every person that would hurt the child, there are many who would nurture that same child.

What is truly sickening today, is that the very obscenely rich, are using, drugging and killing these vulnerable kids.

In the days when I was a kid, most of us were poor, and those people who dedicated their lives to God, were even more poor, and dependent on others for 'charity'.

Children that nobody wanted, went to 'charitable organizations' usually run by religious orders, on the smell of oily rags.

Recently I saw the film of Coco Avant Chanel; I wondered how she and her sister might have survived, sans the Christian orphanage into which they were dumped at such a tender age.

So, please check out Compassion. The rules and guidelines are rigorous.

I not only support a boy-child in Bangladesh, I have a pen-pal relationship with him.

I was gifted with this, when I subscribed to Compassion appeal some years ago.
I was sent the details/info/package of a 10 year old boy.I cried when I opened the mail with his details.
Over the years, we have written to each other, and he tells me about his life, family, and studies; joys and challenges.

Today he is almost 15.

If I wanted to visit him, the protocols would allow for a limited time, and strict supervision. Compassion was started by a man visiting Korea and there are today numerous Life-Giving stories of a number of generations of people who have given support/hope/inspiration/encouragement/Life, to children all over our world.
Do not be put off by the Christ part of the story, because Christ is all about Life, Love, Courage, strength. Just that organized churches took that away from the people over the centuries.

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