In light of evidence that a cover-up is underway concerning the Sandy Hook school massacre, I’m reposting the following article by Michael Kelley of the Business Insider, first published on Tuesday 7th August 2012. Readers of my first two articles on the Sandy Hook massacre will recognize alarming similarities between the two events.
Notice at the end of Kelley’s article that Holmes’ court records were sealed. What I conclude from this is that the evidence collected by police directly contradicts the lone gunman narrative. This would mean that here too a cover-up has taken place, the logical reason for which is that it was done to protect the real perpetrators.Police Audio Raises The Possibility There Were Multiple Shooters In The ‘Dark Knight’ Massacre
At a July 20 press conference Aurora police Chief Dan Oates said investigators were confident that James Holmes acted alone in the largest mass shooting in U.S. history by casualties and that authorities were “not looking for any other suspects.”
But doubters are citing official evidence to question that Holmes was the only shooter, or a shooter at all.
The argument of the skeptics can be split into three categories: the discovery of Holmes, the real-time testimony on police radio transmissions and the extra evidence at the scene.
The discovery of Holmes
During the press conference, Oates said that Holmes was “apprehended outside his White Hyundai parked in the back of the theater” and that he “surrendered without any significant incident.”
According to police radio transmissions (at 6:15), an officer found “a suspect in a gas mask” and another officer asked “Is that the dude in the white car you’re by?” After a few transmissions, an officer asks (at 6:49) “That white car in the rear of the lot – is that a suspect?” The response is “Yes! We’ve got rifles, gas mask, he’s detained right now, I’ve got an open door going into the theater.”
Skeptics cite this exchange as evidence that Holmes was found in his locked car with a gas mask on and heavily drugged – not outside the car as Oates said – which would have forced first responders to break the passenger side window and get a white stretcher board in preparation to transport him.
The police radio transmissions