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Pretty compelling stuff folks, if you hadn't seen it before.
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The photo of all those cars lined up tail-to-bumper on the day of the false flag, next to the photo from the air taken on a normal day showing all the cars lined up normally (i.e. nose-to-nose) is also VERY, VERY indicative of a staged event.
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yes in a hurry and park perfect to park like that you cant just drive into the park you have to reverse park.. stuff that if my child was in danger not gonna worry about a ticket no-one parked up to the edge of the woods and seeing there was many 4WDs you would think they would
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Well at least they are not claiming 6 million this time.
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Pretty compelling stuff folks,
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and no-one parked on the sports ground did they.. the best spot to park
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To me, it is simply not possible that the police would have "cleared" that entire area between 9:49 (when the shooting stopped) and, AT THE LATEST, 9:50 (according to shadow analysis) when the zombies began marching around the fire station. No way, were this real, would that have been permitted!

Also, all those ambulances being blocked in would NEVER be permitted in a real shooting situation.
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The closely place EXIT and ENTRY shots on "Lauren Rousseau's green car" could end up being the biggest smoking gun (pardon the pun) of all.

Those bullet holes are simply NOT POSSIBLE coming from a single gunman in one fixed location.
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where did they go, no kids at fiestation
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where did they go, no kids at fiestation
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Your typo is very funny..."Fiesta station"...That's what it was!
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The closely place EXIT and ENTRY shots on "Lauren Rousseau's green car" could end up being the biggest smoking gun (pardon the pun) of all.

Those bullet holes are simply NOT POSSIBLE coming from a single gunman in one fixed location.
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Just playing devil's advocate here, but is there anything inside the car that ONE bullet could have ricochete'd off of to enter AND exit the car in this way?
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The closely place EXIT and ENTRY shots on "Lauren Rousseau's green car" could end up being the biggest smoking gun (pardon the pun) of all.

Those bullet holes are simply NOT POSSIBLE coming from a single gunman in one fixed location.
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Just playing devil's advocate here, but is there anything inside the car that ONE bullet could have ricochete'd off of to enter AND exit the car in this way?
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I am no munitions expert, but I doubt it. I would suspect that any bullet that already penetrated whatever it had to to exit the school, and THEN also penetrated the multiple layers of the vehicle to get inside was probably lacking the required velocity to exit like that by that time.
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The photo of all those cars lined up tail-to-bumper on the day of the false flag, next to the photo from the air taken on a normal day showing all the cars lined up normally (i.e. nose-to-nose) is also VERY, VERY indicative of a staged event.
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This caught my eye too, then I thought about the elem school my nephew goes to: the parking lot is set up just like this so there it is one way and you have to drive in a loop. The first to arrive in the morning pull straight through and the late arrivals pull in behind them. There is alot of fishy stuff about the SH. incident, but the way these cars are parked is normal.
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The closely place EXIT and ENTRY shots on "Lauren Rousseau's green car" could end up being the biggest smoking gun (pardon the pun) of all.

Those bullet holes are simply NOT POSSIBLE coming from a single gunman in one fixed location.
 Quoting: Axolotl


Just playing devil's advocate here, but is there anything inside the car that ONE bullet could have ricochete'd off of to enter AND exit the car in this way?
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Rim of the steering wheel is hardened steel, it's a long shot (no pun) but possible. The sheet metal on the skins of her car is not very thick, under that you have steel tube reinforcements inside the door itself. Again, possible it entered the door, changed direction and shot out he pillar. If it was a .223 FMJ it could easily gone through the glass door of the school, through that door and back out again.
My issue here-and I'm not a ballistics expert, but the entrance hole looks why to big to be .223, Usually they leave an entry hole the side of a small pea. *It is possible that the bullet pancaked and expanded after breaking the glass door/window, thus would leave a wider entry hole in the door. Just thinking of all possibilities here folks.
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The photo of all those cars lined up tail-to-bumper on the day of the false flag, next to the photo from the air taken on a normal day showing all the cars lined up normally (i.e. nose-to-nose) is also VERY, VERY indicative of a staged event.
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This caught my eye too, then I thought about the elem school my nephew goes to: the parking lot is set up just like this so there it is one way and you have to drive in a loop. The first to arrive in the morning pull straight through and the late arrivals pull in behind them. There is alot of fishy stuff about the SH. incident, but the way these cars are parked is normal.
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No, it's NOT NORMAL.

A normal day is shown in the photo just below this one. They are ALL nose to nose on a normal day.
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The closely place EXIT and ENTRY shots on "Lauren Rousseau's green car" could end up being the biggest smoking gun (pardon the pun) of all.

Those bullet holes are simply NOT POSSIBLE coming from a single gunman in one fixed location.
 Quoting: Axolotl


Just playing devil's advocate here, but is there anything inside the car that ONE bullet could have ricochete'd off of to enter AND exit the car in this way?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25676821


Rim of the steering wheel is hardened steel, it's a long shot (no pun) but possible. The sheet metal on the skins of her car is not very thick, under that you have steel tube reinforcements inside the door itself. Again, possible it entered the door, changed direction and shot out he pillar. If it was a .223 FMJ it could easily gone through the glass door of the school, through that door and back out again.
My issue here-and I'm not a ballistics expert, but the entrance hole looks why to big to be .223, Usually they leave an entry hole the side of a small pea. *It is possible that the bullet pancaked and expanded after breaking the glass door/window, thus would leave a wider entry hole in the door. Just thinking of all possibilities here folks.

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Here are the photo's in question:
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even the victims count doesnt match here....
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The photo of all those cars lined up tail-to-bumper on the day of the false flag, next to the photo from the air taken on a normal day showing all the cars lined up normally (i.e. nose-to-nose) is also VERY, VERY indicative of a staged event.
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This caught my eye too, then I thought about the elem school my nephew goes to: the parking lot is set up just like this so there it is one way and you have to drive in a loop. The first to arrive in the morning pull straight through and the late arrivals pull in behind them. There is alot of fishy stuff about the SH. incident, but the way these cars are parked is normal.
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No, it's NOT NORMAL.

A normal day is shown in the photo just below this one. They are ALL nose to nose on a normal day.
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I see your point, here are google images from 3/29/2012 and 8/30/2010.

[link to img703.imageshack.us]

[link to img845.imageshack.us]
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The photo of all those cars lined up tail-to-bumper on the day of the false flag, next to the photo from the air taken on a normal day showing all the cars lined up normally (i.e. nose-to-nose) is also VERY, VERY indicative of a staged event.
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This caught my eye too, then I thought about the elem school my nephew goes to: the parking lot is set up just like this so there it is one way and you have to drive in a loop. The first to arrive in the morning pull straight through and the late arrivals pull in behind them. There is alot of fishy stuff about the SH. incident, but the way these cars are parked is normal.
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No, it's NOT NORMAL.

A normal day is shown in the photo just below this one. They are ALL nose to nose on a normal day.
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I see your point, here are google images from 3/29/2012 and 8/30/2010.

[link to img703.imageshack.us]

[link to img845.imageshack.us]
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Are those two photos dated by Google Earth, or by some other process?

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The evidence does not support the media's narrative. This has been a theme, at least since the psyops of JFK's assn. back in 1963. Tptb, have been working for decades to twist and suppress society's ability to perceive. One tool that is used to dumb us down, is the constant bombardment of contrived and artifical frames of pictures. These include advertising, magazines, movies, news clips, carefully contrived musical entertainers, etc. Over the decades, having these carefully calculated artifical and contrived visuals in front of us 24/7, we have LOST our ability to perceive. We can see, but have lost the ability to perceive.

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The closely place EXIT and ENTRY shots on "Lauren Rousseau's green car" could end up being the biggest smoking gun (pardon the pun) of all.

Those bullet holes are simply NOT POSSIBLE coming from a single gunman in one fixed location.
 Quoting: Axolotl


Just playing devil's advocate here, but is there anything inside the car that ONE bullet could have ricochete'd off of to enter AND exit the car in this way?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25676821


Rim of the steering wheel is hardened steel, it's a long shot (no pun) but possible. The sheet metal on the skins of her car is not very thick, under that you have steel tube reinforcements inside the door itself. Again, possible it entered the door, changed direction and shot out he pillar. If it was a .223 FMJ it could easily gone through the glass door of the school, through that door and back out again.
My issue here-and I'm not a ballistics expert, but the entrance hole looks why to big to be .223, Usually they leave an entry hole the side of a small pea. *It is possible that the bullet pancaked and expanded after breaking the glass door/window, thus would leave a wider entry hole in the door. Just thinking of all possibilities here folks.

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I thought steering wheels ae made of hardened plastic. I knew somebody whose steering wheel shattered at -45 Celsius.
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Hey, does anybody know where in the parking lot "Lauren Rousseau's" green car was supposedly parked? I'm having trouble finding it in the various chopper footage clips.
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Hey, does anybody know where in the parking lot "Lauren Rousseau's" green car was supposedly parked? I'm having trouble finding it in the various chopper footage clips.
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Right in front, facing the school.

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The closely place EXIT and ENTRY shots on "Lauren Rousseau's green car" could end up being the biggest smoking gun (pardon the pun) of all.

Those bullet holes are simply NOT POSSIBLE coming from a single gunman in one fixed location.
 Quoting: Axolotl


Just playing devil's advocate here, but is there anything inside the car that ONE bullet could have ricochete'd off of to enter AND exit the car in this way?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25676821


Rim of the steering wheel is hardened steel, it's a long shot (no pun) but possible. The sheet metal on the skins of her car is not very thick, under that you have steel tube reinforcements inside the door itself. Again, possible it entered the door, changed direction and shot out he pillar. If it was a .223 FMJ it could easily gone through the glass door of the school, through that door and back out again.
My issue here-and I'm not a ballistics expert, but the entrance hole looks why to big to be .223, Usually they leave an entry hole the side of a small pea. *It is possible that the bullet pancaked and expanded after breaking the glass door/window, thus would leave a wider entry hole in the door. Just thinking of all possibilities here folks.

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I thought steering wheels ae made of hardened plastic. I knew somebody whose steering wheel shattered at -45 Celsius.
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Maybe some are now.
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Hey, does anybody know where in the parking lot "Lauren Rousseau's" green car was supposedly parked? I'm having trouble finding it in the various chopper footage clips.
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Right in front, facing the school.

[link to img845.imageshack.us]
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OK...thanks. That makes that "ricochet theory" even more unlikely then. The exit hole is in the frame between the front passenger side door and the front wind shield.
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Just playing devil's advocate here, but is there anything inside the car that ONE bullet could have ricochete'd off of to enter AND exit the car in this way?
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Rim of the steering wheel is hardened steel, it's a long shot (no pun) but possible. The sheet metal on the skins of her car is not very thick, under that you have steel tube reinforcements inside the door itself. Again, possible it entered the door, changed direction and shot out he pillar. If it was a .223 FMJ it could easily gone through the glass door of the school, through that door and back out again.
My issue here-and I'm not a ballistics expert, but the entrance hole looks why to big to be .223, Usually they leave an entry hole the side of a small pea. *It is possible that the bullet pancaked and expanded after breaking the glass door/window, thus would leave a wider entry hole in the door. Just thinking of all possibilities here folks.

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I thought steering wheels ae made of hardened plastic. I knew somebody whose steering wheel shattered at -45 Celsius.
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Maybe some are now.
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Well some car guy could easily tell us, if we know the make and model.
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Rim of the steering wheel is hardened steel, it's a long shot (no pun) but possible. The sheet metal on the skins of her car is not very thick, under that you have steel tube reinforcements inside the door itself. Again, possible it entered the door, changed direction and shot out he pillar. If it was a .223 FMJ it could easily gone through the glass door of the school, through that door and back out again.
My issue here-and I'm not a ballistics expert, but the entrance hole looks why to big to be .223, Usually they leave an entry hole the side of a small pea. *It is possible that the bullet pancaked and expanded after breaking the glass door/window, thus would leave a wider entry hole in the door. Just thinking of all possibilities here folks.

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I thought steering wheels ae made of hardened plastic. I knew somebody whose steering wheel shattered at -45 Celsius.
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Maybe some are now.
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Well some car guy could easily tell us, if we know the make and model.
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It's a late model compact, like a toyota or nissan sentra--based on the color though I think it might be a Ford Focus or something to that effect.

Based on the pic of the holes close up show the direction the bullet went in and came out. Look here to see the angles that it most likely traveled.

[link to img33.imageshack.us]
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I thought steering wheels ae made of hardened plastic. I knew somebody whose steering wheel shattered at -45 Celsius.
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Maybe some are now.
 Quoting: Reckless Driver 24817147


Well some car guy could easily tell us, if we know the make and model.
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It's a late model compact, like a toyota or nissan sentra--based on the color though I think it might be a Ford Focus or something to that effect.

Based on the pic of the holes close up show the direction the bullet went in and came out. Look here to see the angles that it most likely traveled.

[link to img33.imageshack.us]
 Quoting: Reckless Driver 24817147


Is there anything inside that door (parts of an automatic window mechanism maybe?) hard enough to deflect that bullet straight up like that? We need a ballistics guy on this thread...

Also, what is that white strip of something hanging down over the top of the front windshield above the exit hole?

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