By Shepard Ambellas
August 9, 2012
The two recent mass shootings in the CONUS (Continental United States) are just the beginning of what will become a known state sponsored pattern of terror to fully clamp down the shackles on the American public.
The pattern is clear and the stakes have never been higher as Obama has already seized communications through executive order just as the UN plans to implement a massive gun ban treaty worldwide. Small terror attacks will become a standard in America, as citizens locked into the mainstream fluff and propaganda will fear that Al Qaeda is around every street corner.
Mini false-flags and mass shootings will take place and the police state will get tighter and tighter.
Interestingly a recent false flag plot might have been foiled right here inside the CONUS.
A man (Roy Antigua) was recently arrested with a plethora of fake ID’s, and disguises, including medical smocks, and other outfits.
The man claimed that he just lives in a fantasy land but law enforcement are not buying it, as something more sinister could be at hand.
An excerpt from a CNN article reads;
The materials found in Antigua’s two homes and Cadillac Escalade included diplomatic license plates and dozens of fake identification cards from the Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Department of Defense, CIA and NASA.Police found Roy Antigua in possession of multiple fraudulent ID cards.
The suspect also had access badges to hospitals around Florida, doctor and nurse scrubs, a respiratory technician badge, police blue lights and access stickers to Coast Guard bases around Florida, Steffens said.
It was unclear if the badges and access stickers would have allowed Antigua entry into any restricted areas.
During questioning, Antigua admitted that he had fabricated most of the credentials and items that police seized, Steffens said.
The only legitimate identification was a badge identifying Antigua as a member of the Coast Guard auxiliary, a volunteer group.
Antigua has denied any criminal wrongdoing, Steffens said.
“His explanation is that he was remorseful and this is his personal collection that he lives in a fantasy world and he wishes that he were these people,” Steffens said.
“I’m not accepting that it’s a fantasy at this point,” Steffens said. “I think there’s something here. We just have to figure out what it was and deal with it.”
Since a news conference Monday about Antigua’s arrest, authorities have received more than 100 tips, Steffens said. Many came them from residents who said they had encounters with Antigua passing himself off as a law enforcement officer or member of the military.
Is this man a domestic terrorist, Al Qaeda member, or government agent? And whats with the medical gear? You decide.
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