Investigative reporter Jim Stone, whose Fukushima Report (May 2011) implicated Israel in that disaster
, has presented compelling evidence for his conclusion that the Aurora shooting simply never happened at all.
If Stone is correct that Aurora was a staged "Wag the Dog" event, then it lends credence to the shooting claimant's allegations against the Sheriff.
Here I will go over the most damning holes he has blown in the official story.First
, in our CCTV- and smart-phone-ridden era, how is it possible that we have no visuals of the shooting? Not one single tape from inside the theater has surfaced - let alone a phone-cam video on YouTube. We have yet to see so much as a photo from inside, or any CCTV footage from the mall itself.Second
, look at the blood splatters reported to have come from the body of an injured child as she was carried out of the theater. Aside from the lack of bloody footprints, why do the splatters point toward the theater door, rather than away from it?Third
, "victim" Jessica Redfield (a.k.a Jessica Ghawi) was a TV intern
who claimed to have witnessed a mass shooting at a shopping mall in Toronto in June 2012. Stone found that on her Twitter feed, she claimed on June 2 to have been present at a mass shooting only weeks earlier. She replied "Buhahahahaha" to a joke about shooting.What can account for her jocular tone?
In other tweets, Redfield/Ghawi announced that she was set to move into a lavish new living situation replete with swimming pools and ponds - digs well beyond the means of a mere intern.
After Aurora, her name hit the Social Security Death Index a bit too soon: immediately. Stone figures that her taking a big payout for her participation in a staged event would explain these anomalies.Additionally - and Stone provides the math to back this up - the odds of one person witnessing two mass shootings in their lifetime, let alone one summer, are about 1 in 23 billion: vanishingly small.
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