Skip to comments.Was this the reason why James Holmes investigation was sealed?
Posted on 07/22/2012 11:23:34 PM PDT by winoneforthegipper
Aurora's mass murderer James Holmes, would appear was working with this program that turns out was linked to a Government contract investigating and mitigating the effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder via the Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Neuroscience Graduate Program, University of Colorado at Anshutz Medical Center, Aurora, Colorado. Link to the book Nerve Growth Factors: Advances in Research and Application: 2011 Edition that makes direct referrence to the contract.
(Excerpt) Read more at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov ...
So... maybe instead of just the Zebrafish, he tried it out on himself.
Sure thing. I’ll check it out right after we solve the 9/11 conspiracy theories that still float around as if they are true.
The way this damn government works, wouldn’t be surprised if the research was intended to create soulless killing automatons.
pro NRA or con?
I wonder if we’re to be treated to an OJ Simpson-style, televised trial? Wouldn’t that be just ducky, leading into an election?
Hypotheses included DOJ supplied aome of the guns
or AMMO or the fed govt funded the killer in his
Not So Fast, Not So Furious, By Any Means Possible.
7/21/2012 — FBI theater attack warning issued on May 17, 2012
This seems to be very pertinent to not have received much press attention.
Provides motive and timeline. Weapons being bought about the same time as the withdrawing from his fellowship due to academic pressure.
Their Spring semester ended 27Apr12. When did he first start buying the weapons?
do some research on hinkley.
You can start here:
With all the suicides and murders after their return I suppose I should have looked into the link to normally prescribed antidepressants and now they add to the problem.
Another interesting tidbit....
Monday, July 23, 2012 6:43 AM
SUSPICIOUS PACKAGE. BLDG 500 LOCKED DOWN. OCCUPANTS WAIT IN RC2 LOBBY - FROM UPD AH 0642 HRS.
Sunday, July 22, 2012; 6:30 p.m.
Message to Students, faculty and staff:
The University is deeply saddened by the events of Friday morning at the Aurora movie theater. We recognize the aftermath, with word that the suspect is a former CU student, as being extremely difficult for many of our students, faculty and staff, creating a huge interruption to many of your lives.
We want you to know we are doing all we can to ensure your safety on the campus as well as to provide support with counseling, legal and media services.
Due to the circumstances, please note, University-issued ID badge access will be required in RC1 North and South and RC2 until further notice.
Not sure of the campus layout but looking into where these buildings are.
Regarding the closure above...seems they conducted a campus wide search on Saturday and came up with clean. Holmes lost his clearances in June. So why on Sunday and today did they lock things down?
Sweep of Anschutz Medical Campus completed
Normal weekend operations in effect after police and dog teams cover entire campus
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AURORA, Colo. — A sweep of the entire University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus today “went very well” and the campus is operating on its normal weekend schedule, according to University Police.
While University Police have no reason to believe that our students, faculty and staff are at risk, out of an abundance of caution, police walked all buildings on campus and used specially-trained dog teams in a sweep that went from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. today
The continued operation followed the dog team sweeps of Research 1 North and South and Research 2 on Friday. Those operations followed the early morning shootings at an Aurora movie theater. The alleged shooter involved, James Holmes, spent time as a graduate student at the Anschutz Medical Campus. He voluntarily left in June 2012, his building access was then terminated and he was in the process of completing withdrawal paperwork. He is currently in police custody and University Police do not believe he has been on campus since mid-June.
“It went very well,” Deputy Chief Doug Hayes said of today’s sweep. “We just had to make sure that we rested the dogs because they can only do so much at one time. It’s a big campus and we had eight teams.”
The only campus buildings not included in the dog team sweeps were the University Police Department and the Perinatal Research Center on the far north end of campus, which the suspect wouldn’t have had access to, Hayes said.
The specially-trained dogs were provided by Buckley Air Force Base, the U.S. Air Force Academy, Peterson Air Force Base, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, Adams County Sheriff’s Office and the Golden Police Department.
Dog handlers and spotters from each of those bases and agencies joined with University Police and representatives of the university’s Department of Environmental Health and Safety to form the eight teams. Personnel from Facilities Management also participated.
“We’ve covered everything,” Hayes said. He noted the Air Force personnel and assisting agency officers “were fantastic” in helping university teams with the sweeps.
In an email to the campus community University Police Chief Doug Abraham said the dogs caused very little disruption to the operation of the campus.
Abraham noted that the closure of East 17th Avenue between Peoria and Oakland streets continues, as area and federal bomb squads have dismantled the first device that was rigged to explode upon entry into the suspect’s apartment. “We continue to be in contact with the incident command and are comfortable that there is no danger to the campus,” Abraham said. “The next step of their process will be a controlled detonation which may be heard around the campus.”
University Police will keep the campus apprised of any changes as they become known.
As an aside....
Turns out his father was the inventor of the FICO credit scoring system.
His father, Robert, is senior lead scientist at Fair Isaac Corp. (FICO) (FICO), a Minneapolis-based company that developed the FICO credit scoring system, according to his profile on LinkedIn Corp. (LNKD) (LNKD)s website.
It gets better and why during my googlin efforts I could not find it....lol
Jacque Montgomery, a spokeswoman for the University of Colorado medical school, said police have told the school to not talk about Holmes. The university also took down the website for its graduate neuroscience program on Saturday.
Dan Keeney, president of DPK Public Relations in Dallas, said asking for silence from university employees because of a police investigation was appropriate, but taking down the website was “indefensible” for a publicly funded university unless the school believed it contained inaccurate information relating to the program.
“It’s an indefensible action,” he said. “It’s disappointing to hear that they would take that action because it suggests that it’s not in the public’s interest to have access to that information, and I think it is in the public’s interest.”
Map of campus showing RS and RS 2 and building 500
Colorado may be home to a new Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder treatment facility in the proposed Veterans Affairs Medical Center at the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora. If so, treatment like the “reconsolidation window” may offer real promise in helping soldiers and others who suffer from PTSD; ultimately, reducing the human and financial cost of treating such anxiety disorders.
Rest of article at link....
crap...more info on reconsolidation window treatment.
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