Tuesday, July 05, 2016

POLICE RESPONSIBLE FOR MOST DEATHS IN ORLANDO MASSACRE?

REMUS AT THE WOODPILE REPORTS MAKES AN EXCELLENT ARGUMENT WITH LINKS TO SUPPORT HIS THEORY:

This was posted at Freedom Outpost on Monday the 27th of June, about the mass killing at the Pulse gay nightclub. The FBI investigative transcript is included, as is the Fox News video 4m 13s, but here's the main idea of it:
Judge Andrew Napolitano told FOX News that an FBI transcript indicated that no one died until 05:13am Sunday morning when the police SWAT teams entered the building... this makes one question why the 911 call transcripts are being redacted and why the people are not being told the truth across the media about what really took place.
Additional information provided by WFAA News is consistent with Judge Napolitano's statement::
Monday, Orlando Police Chief John Mina and other law enforcement officers offered new details about the shooting, including the possibility that some victims may have been killed by officers trying to save them... Dozens of bullet holes dotted the exterior concrete wall, evidence of the shootout that included dozens of rounds fired by officers.
If these reports are substantially correct the conclusion is dark indeed. But it doesn't end here. A coverup has been announced. Yes dear heart, the terms and conditions of coverups are now announced by the press, to wit:
Orlando Sentinel - The FBI has asked law enforcement agencies who responded to Pulse nightclub to withhold records from the public... The letter requests that agencies deny inquiries and directs departments to "immediately notify the FBI of any requests your agency received" so "the FBI can seek to prevent disclosure through appropriate channels, as necessary."
In case you're among the dozen or so who didn't know it, there are appropriate channels to prevent disclosure of public information—the news media.

Well, that was fun. If you haven't noticed, it's not the corruption, it isn't even the lies, it's the in-your-face arrogance of the ruling class that's pissing people off. It's almost too easy to do Woodpile Report, quote them and link the source, done and done. They've wandered so far into the tall grass they have no idea. No idea. So, let's get to it, here's yer brand new ol' Woodpile Report.

The complete article here:



Remus and his Appalachian family and neighbors offer their opinions and tell a tale or two

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