Another bizarre twist in the ‘Batman’ massacre case
Paul Joseph Watson
Monday, August 20, 2012
Another bizarre piece of eyewitness testimony has emerged out of the Aurora massacre, with a woman claiming that an alarm was repeatedly played shortly after the shooting began announcing “murder in the theater”.
Speaking to the Denver Post, Salina Jordan, who was situated in the theater next door to where the shootings took place, stated, “15-20 minutes into the movie that’s when you start hearing the….gunshots, the bullets start coming over into my theater and about six people got shot.”
“Five minutes after the guy comes running in and tells them that they’re shooting outside, you hear the alarm go off, it says ‘murder in the theater’ – like it’s just going off ‘murder in the theater’, ‘murder in the theater’ – it’s crazy that they got an alarm saying that there’s murder in the theater,” she added.
Why the cinema would have a pre-recorded alarm that sounded the words “murder in the theater” is both baffling and disturbing. Any emergency alarm would surely be expected to use generic words and not make reference to “murder,” which would only panic people more.
In a related story, a nurse who “saw everything” while treating victims of the shooting at the University of Colorado Hospital (UCH), drowned on August 7 while swimming in Okoboji Lake, Iowa, after being reported missing by her family.
46-year-old Jenny Gallagher was pictured with President Obama and praised for her “extraordinary efforts” in helping to save lives of injured victims.
Bloggers have raised questions about the circumstances surrounding Gallagher’s death and the case remains under investigation by the Dickinson County Sheriff’s Office.
At the very least, the full story behind the Aurora massacre has not been told. Police audio, eyewitness testimony and other material evidence clearly suggests that alleged Colorado shooter James Holmes had an accomplice.
Eyewitnesses described two shooters, noting that one of the gas canisters was thrown from the opposite side of the theater to where the killer was standing. Eyewitnesses also described the killer talking on a cellphone before the shooting and then standing in the emergency exit and beckoning someone else over.
More than an hour after Holmes was detained, police officers were still hunting additional suspects, having been told by eyewitnesses that there was more than one shooter.
At 1:16am on the police audio recording from the scene, an officer states, “Talking to people making statements, sounds like we have possibly 2 shooters, one that was in Theater 8 seated, another one that came in from the outside into Theater 9. Sounds like it was a coordinated attack.”
“Every unit, possible 2nd shooter still at large… Keep the media away from them,” said another officer.
A second gas mask different to the one Holmes was wearing was also found hundreds of feet from where Holmes was arrested at the opposite end of the theater car park, along with additional items.
Other questions surrounding the circumstances behind the attack remain unanswered, such as why Holmes went to the effort to booby-trapping his apartment with sophisticated explosives yet told the police about them immediately after his arrest.
Holmes’ behavior in court appearances since the massacre strongly suggests he is being drugged. The alleged shooter has repeatedly told prison officials he cannot remember playing any role in the shootings.
Last week, Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine was subjected to a smear campaign by the media for questioning the official narrative behind both the ‘Batman’ massacre and the Sikh temple shooting.
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a regular fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show and Infowars Nightly News.
This article was posted: Monday, August 20, 2012 at 3:28 am