July 22, 2012 www.nomorefakenews.com

Two witnesses have come forward to add new information on the Batman murders.  One states that a man inside the theater took a cell phone call, then walked to an exit door, and then the shooter appeared from that direction.  The other witness states he saw a gas canister come from a direction where the shooter wasn’t.  Both witnesses sounded credible.

Now we also have what police are calling an email threat directed at them demanding the release of James Holmes.  The email came from the computer of a student who worked with Holmes at the University of Colorado Denver.  Cops state they have interviewed this student.

The question is, will these leads come to anything?  As I wrote yesterday, law enforcement generally operates on the basis of arresting and prosecuting a prime suspect and ignoring other evidence.

An examination of the Oklahoma City bombing case reveals how egregious this practice can become.  In that instance, there was an intentional ignoring of at least 10 other suspects, beyond McVeigh, Nichols, and Fortier.  The whole investigation was rigged.

Will that happen here?  What uncomfortable truths might await a pursuit of other possible shooters/accomplices in the Batman murders?

I’ve learned to accept the possibility of ANYTHING.  If it’s a deep operation it will contain false trails, multiple trails.  The whole idea is to dead-end investigators and make them give up.  The classic example is the JFK assassination.  Pick your perps: the Mob, Fidel Castro, Cuban exiles, LBJ, other Texas oil men, Russians, the CIA, etc.

The job of the media is to “normalize” these crimes.  Lone shooter, no accomplices, crazy kid, had access to guns, troubled childhood, “mystery of the psyche we’ll never understand,” mind distorted by video games, “I always thought he was a nice person,” “he kept to himself.”  These and other mantras are repeated over and over again until they become a perverted status quo.

Then the pundits come over the hill and offer their assessments.  We’ve got to get people’s guns, we’ve lost a sense of community, if they hate you love them back, come together, let the healing begin, the parents were detached, what signs should we look for to prevent this from happening again, our culture of violence.

These absurd comments also form a web of familiarity that surrounds each and every “inexplicable crime.”

Meanwhile, if the crime was truly a deep op, the FACTS of the event are well hidden, and if anyone dares to suggest something out of left field, the status quo blankets him and covers him up.

So let me propose something out of left field.  I’m not saying I have any evidence for this.  I’m merely saying the Batman murders could have actually been designed in a way that challenges the common notion of reality.  And if some clandestine unit inside the CIA or the military or a private contractor were behind this, they would have done everything in their planning to make it appear that this crime was just like every other similar crime, like a school shooting.

Okay.  Let’s start with a premise.  James Holmes didn’t kill anybody.  He was the Oswald, the patsy.  When the actual shooter, a pro, exited from the theater, the pro met several of his operatives and Holmes, who was already in a psychotic state, owing to brain drugs and other mind-control vectors.  The weapons that had been fired in the theater were given to Holmes, who was already doused with gun residue.  The pros left the scene.  The cops arrested Holmes, who had been instructed to inform the police that he was the killer and he had his apartment rigged with explosives.  Of course, Holmes himself never rigged his apartment.  The pros had done that.

No no no no no no no.  Couldn’t have happened.  Completely absurd.

Yes, absurd by normal standards.  Absurd in light of the status quo that envelops every one of these crimes.  Which is the whole point.  No one has a prayer of making such a wild speculation stick.

That’s the way you design an op of this magnitude: so that the real truth can’t be believed by anyone.

When you float such an “absurd” premise, people say, “You have no evidence to support that.”

True.  But neither do I have evidence to explain how an unemployed student bought $18,000 worth of equipment to prepare his crime.  Neither do I have evidence to explain how he built and rigged an array of sophisticated explosive devices in his apartment, based on training in neuroscience, which, the last time I looked, is an unrelated field.

Let’s go back to the Oklahoma bombing for a minute.  The FBI assured one and all that a mixture of fertilizer and fuel oil, wired up in containers, housed in a Ryder truck, took out a quarter of the Murrah Federal Building on April 19, 1995.  Open and shut.

Until General Ben Partin offered a detailed analysis of the columns in the building that stood and fell after the explosion, proving that the profile of damage could not have been caused by ANY kind of bomb in the truck.  Instead, you had to be talking about devices planted on the columns themselves, triggered from a remote place.

Is that far-out enough for you?  I also found a witness to the explosion.  A reporter for the local paper gave me his name.  She told me he had described the building coming straight down, as if by an implosion.  I talked to him.  He denied this characterization.  I went back to the reporter.  She was angry.  She said she had his description in her notes.

I could go on and on with numerous examples of crimes that were actually ops designed to look like something else.  Millions of pages have been written about 9/11.  Enough said there.

But consider a massacre that occurred quite close to the theater where the Batman shootings took place.  The year was 1999.  Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, two young students, walked into their high school and began shooting people. They killed 12 students and one teacher, and injured 21 others.  Then they committed suicide.  The national outcry was enormous.

Would it surprise you to learn there were 101 witnesses who claimed there were more than two shooters?


Let’s suppose that’s an inflated figure.  Let’s say only 30 witnesses were sure they saw at least one other shooter.  How in the world did law enforcement get away with claiming they had solved the case?  How did the media manage to ignore all those witnesses?

Don’t take anything for granted in the Batman murders.

When the whole issue of gun ownership in America is at stake, many ops can be mounted to influence public opinion, media, and politicians in the direction of blacking out The Second Amendment.

Jon Rappoport

The author of an explosive new collection, THE MATRIX REVEALED, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California.  Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe.  Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world.