Skip to comments.Meatless Friday: Ft. Hood Edition
Posted on 11/14/2009 11:41:59 AM PST by CatQuilt
I know that editing is not my strong suit. But the following article grabbed my attention to the point that I reprint it below with minimal editing (mostly links to his source material, which you can access at the full story):
Ft. Hood: Official story full of holes
November 10, 12:44 PM Madison Independent Examiner Gregory Patin
Any topic that can be construed as a conspiracy theory is a writers' worst nightmare. That label has negative connotations and writing about anything that can be put in that category usually creates more problems than it is worth. It generates hate mail from both sides of the political spectrum and that is a headache that most writers would rather not deal with.
One of the ironies in dealing with the plethora of information that is available through print, television and electronic media is that it often does not add up and at times is contradictory. The more information there is, the more inconsistencies that can be found. That does not make any topic a conspiracy theory, it just makes it what it is...questionable. A good example is what allegedly happened at Ft. Hood last week.
For the record, any theories regarding what happened at Ft. Hood are up to readers to make. This commentary will not try to tell you what happened, but the information at hand does suggest what did not happen. Yet again it is the "official" story that should be questioned. You can come to your own conclusions. I must, however, start with a few conversations I have had with ex-military personnel since the incident.
(Excerpt) Read more at stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com ...
Utter garbage. Needs a barf alert.
The links go to other rumors on other blogs. No hard facts.
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