Skip to comments.Peering into Pandora's Box
Posted on 07/29/2012 10:17:40 PM PDT by Sioux-san
While in police custody, the suspect Holmes did not appear to present any threat to police, who were able to converse with him in a normal manner. They did not transmit any communications that would suggest that he was acting aggressively, was overtly threatening or insane.
Holmes was reportedly captured by police at his vehicle, although he made no attempts to escape nor was he aggressive or threatening to police. He was identified by his attire and possession of weapons, or weapons near his person, and was not identified by witnesses to the extent the surviving witnesses saw his face or even the bright color of his dyed hair.
It is relevant to insert here that throughout history, most of the perpetrators in active shooter scenarios has either been killed by police or killed themselves.... There are many other such instances, yet there are exceptions as well. Notable examples include Sirhan Sirhan, who was convicted of the shooting death of Robert F. Kennedy in 1968, to Jared Lee Loughner, the shooter who killed 6 people (including U.S. District Court Judge John Roll) and wounded another 14 (including U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords) in January, 2011.
Dr. Randall Strandquist, a licensed forensic psychologist, offered interesting analysis and commentary about the behavior of suspect James Holmes.
(Excerpt) Read more at canadafreepress.com ...
This sentence seems to contradict itself. Maybe "unlikely" was meant to be "likely."
The rest of the article is very informative, I suggest everyone reads it. There are several good sections on hypnosis/mind control.
For myself personally, well I think that Holmes was found, primed and aimed deliberately to cause a mass murder. I also believe that he was NOT intended to survive. Perhaps his native personality came through and stopped aggressive behavior when the Police showed up.
As far as keeping him in solitary? Well that’s to protect him until trial, but it also keeps the other prisoners from talking to him and gleaning information that will be told to people outside the walls of the jail. Information that probably would cast more questions on who the man is and why he did what he did.
My prediction on all of this? It’s going to be buried deeper than nuclear waste would have been in Yucca Mountain.
From all the cop shows I have watched, I have gleaned one “keeper” over the years - when you shoot a gun, there is residue on your hands. The cops bagged Holmes’ hands right away to preserve that evidence. If there is any gun powder there, then he did shoot a gun, but we have no idea if he is the one who hit anybody.
As far as how deep this story will end up, I agree - right along with TWA 800.
Good point on the gunpowder residue.
TWA 800? Good One there, I liked how a plane could continue to fly upwards with no power to the engines and the wings being damaged.
Jack Cashill has done excellent research on the TWA 800 story- check him out at cashill.com