By Shepard Ambellas
Sources such as Fox News are reporting this morning that the suspected Tucson shooter was quoted as saying that he “was recruited by the Army”; however officials say “he was not recruited by the Army”.
The Army released a statement that said the suspected shooter tried to enroll in the Army at one time a few years back but was rejected for undisclosed reasons.
This obviously adds even more suspicion to an already horrible tragedy that took place Saturday during a political event at a Tucson grocery store.
Was this a random psychopath or a mind control subject created by a secret black budget program similar to MK Ultra?
Witnesses to the crime took note of the shooters skills, noting that he was well trained, took almost all head shots, and was preparing to reload according to eyewitness reports.
Some of the most startling information lies within the suspects alleged YouTube channel. Upon close examination, everything is worded in a “past tense” as if someone else or some agency created the YouTube channel for the suspect. Could this be yet another sign of an MK-Ultra mind control operation?
It also raises an eyebrow that the suspect does not appear in any of the videos on his channel. All of the videos on the channel were made using text only.
The shooter has been charged in an Arizona courtroom at this time.
Police have also released a description of a “person of interest” that may be involved in the murders, and are now saying this man has no connection and is just a cab driver.
Paul Joseph Watson of the alternative news website Infowars.com details the suspected shooters online habits in the article below.
Paul Joseph Watson
Saturday, January 8, 2011
Jared Loughner, the gunman who shot Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and numerous other victims including a Federal Judge and a nine-year-old girl during a political event in Tucson today, was a US military recruit who was obsessed with mind control, mirroring the circumstances of many other mass shooters in history.
Loughner’s You Tube channel contains several rambling text-based videos which discuss his fascination with mind control.
In one of his online rants, Loughner said that he was a “United States Military recruit at MEPS in Phoenix”. Reports suggest that he also may have been deployed to Afghanistan at one point.