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To: MeeknMing
I'm wondering if the white truck/van is a red herring. If the sightings were coincidental, and it is not actually associated with the sniper, then the terrorist group theory gains credence.

Here's why: I'm certain they've got a lot of video surveillance footage from highway cams, and a number of parking lots and other areas near the crime scenes. They've certainly examined them to see if the same vehicles turn up near multiple scenes. If it is one lone whacko, he likely only has access to a small number of vehicles; Hence, they should be closing in on him, based upon multiple sightings of the same vehicle(s).

On the other hand, if there are no commonalities, then the sniper (or maybe snipers) are using a lot of different vehicles. That would require a considerable support infrastructure of people to provide vehicles and other logistical support. That would not be indicative of one nutcase, but a well organized, well-funded terrorist operation.

21 posted on 10/15/2002 9:02:49 AM PDT by LouD
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25 posted on 10/15/2002 9:32:15 AM PDT by fight_truth_decay
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To: LouD
I'm certain they've got a lot of video surveillance footage from highway cams, and a number of parking lots and other areas near the crime scenes.....

Yep. I hear they are working hard on viewing all of them too. It's funny, isn't it? - they caught that Gypsy woman beating her 4 year old baby on camera in the Wal-Mart parking lot, but not this creep. Of all the luck, huh? That story went right to the back burner with this one taking it's place now.....

37 posted on 10/15/2002 12:44:52 PM PDT by MeekOneGOP
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