James Holmes was under the influence of prescription drugs and vaccines

The case of the Colorado shooter is one more example of how prescription medications, not guns, are responsible for the lunacy epidemic observed in the United States


What was the most deadly element involved in the mass murder of 12 people and the wounding of 58 others at the packed Aurora, Colo., theater premier of the newest “Batman” movie last summer?

Was it the AR-15-type weapon used by James Holmes? The shotgun he had with him? The handgun he used?


As it turns out it was probably a psychotropic medication he was most likely taking, a point raised by Natural News’ Jon Rappoport in August, just weeks after the massacre. [http://www.naturalnews.com].

Holmes had been treated by a psychiatrist

The Denver Post reported Jan. 7 that, according to newly released court papers, police removed a number of prescription medication bottles – four, to be exact – from Holmes’ apartment shortly after clearing it of explosives in the days following the July 20 shootings. They also seized immunization records.

“The disclosures come in a back-and-forth between prosecutors and defense attorneys over whether those items should be subject to doctor-patient confidentiality. The judge ultimately ruled in October that prosecutors could keep the items,” the paper said, adding that the names of the medications had been redacted from court documents.

This shouldn’t come as a huge surprise to anyone who’s been following the correlation between these dangerous psychotropic drugs and mass murder. After all, earlier reports confirmed that Holmes was indeed being seen by a psychiatrist [http://www.nytimes.com], so there’s a better-than-average chance he, too, was on one of these dangerous medications.

The same is true in the most recent shooting tragedy. We know that the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter, 20-year-old Adam Lanza, had psychological problems. We know, from what Louise Tambascio, a family friend of the shooter and his mother, told the CBS News program, “60 Minutes,” that Lanza “was on medication and everything….I knew he was on medication, but that’s all I know.”

But what was he taking? What was Holmes taking? That we don’t know – yet.

Like us David Kupelian, the managing editor for WorldNetDaily, is asking the right questions.

“It has been more than three weeks since the shooting. We know all about the guns he used, but what ‘medication’ may he have used?” he wrote shortly after the Lanza murders. “So, what is the truth? Where is the journalistic curiosity? Where is the follow-up? Where is the police report, the medical examiner’s report, the interviews with his doctor and others?” writes David Kupelian at WorldNetDaily [http://www.wnd.com]

And yet the national debate, if you can call it that, is focused strictly on the gun control and the Second Amendment, as evidenced by Vice President Joe Biden’s declaration that President Obama plans to use executive power to implement new gun control regulations via the federal agencies that fall under the Executive Branch, and New York Gov. Mario Cuomo’s promise to enact in his state the country’s toughest gun control laws.

As usual, though, the corporate media has failed in its role as watchdog and truth-seeker. It has been left to alternative news outlets like ours and a few others to ask those probing, important questions: What kind of drugs were Holmes and Lanza taking? Who prescribed them? And these questions: What are some of the side effects of those medications? Can such medications cause patients to become violent?

The medications-equals-violence link is well-established

Here’s why it is vitally important for Americans to know what kind of medications Lanza and Holmes were taking – because of earlier, high-profile cases involving guns and psychotropic medications:

— Columbine killer Eric Harris was taking Luvox which, like similar drugs Prozac and Zoloft are widely prescribed antidepressants called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, or SSRIs. Luvox manufacturer Solvay Pharmaceuticals admitted that every 1 in 25 patients taking the drug developed mania, a dangerous condition leaving the patient violence-prone.

— Patrick Purdy went on a shooting rampage in a schoolyard in Stockton, Calif., in 1989, an incident that triggered the initial push to ban “assault weapons.” Purdy, who killed five and wounded 30, had been taking the antidepressant Amitriptyline and the anti-psychotic drug Thorzine.

— Fifteen-year-old Kip Kinkel killed his parents in 1998 then went to his school, Thurston High in Springfield, Ore., the next day and fired on his classmates, killing two and wounding 22 more. He was on Prozac and Ritalin.

There are many, many more examples, but you get the point: There exists a distinct link between psychotropic drugs and violence, yet virtually no one in the public policy realm or the media (both of which depend on Big Pharma for donations or advertising dollars) wants to talk about it.







Operation Mountain Guardian: A Preview of Aurora Shooting?


In modern society, terror attacks and mass shootings are not isolated events and preparation for these kind of events is not left at random. Even though mass shootings and terror attacks — real ones — are very rare, the United States government continuously carries out military exercises known as drills or operations that mimic scenarios where someone — or a group of people — invades a town, city or government facility in order to murder people or destroy infrastructure. In recent history, the world, but especially the US has seen several examples of imaginary scenarios that became real life nightmares and all of them were preceded by a drill or military exercise that replicated such mass shooting or terror attack.

Shootings, bombs attached to buses, cars, hijacked planes and dirty bombs are just a few of the scenarios the US government trains for all over the nation and also abroad. The most significant in the 21st century was the 9/11 attacks. On 9/11, government agencies were executing a drill that was almost a carbon copy of what turned out to be the hijacking of 4 commercial airplanes that would be used as missiles against American infrastructure. Later in the decade came the London 7/7 terror attacks, where subway lines and buses were blown out by supposed terrorists. In the case of the 7/7 attacks, government agencies in Great Britain had also planned for such a type of attacks and were running a drill that resembled the terror attacks that killed 52 people.

Previous to these two attacks, there was the Oklahoma City bombing of the Alfred Murrah building, which was also a scenario trained for by US government law enforcement agencies. The attack on the federal building cost the lives of 168 people and left 680 injured. As in-depth research has shown after many years of research, the Oklahoma City bombing was a false flag attack conducted by US Intelligence agencies and law enforcement in order to curb the rise of the liberty movement. That is what is exposed on the film A Noble Lie: Oklahoma City 1995, a documentary that accounts details about the attack that never saw the light of day before, and that conclusively proves that the government was involved all along.

Before Oklahoma City came the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center towers, a prelude of what would come later in 2001. Many people in the intelligence community believe that 1993 was a live drill, one of the options entertained to carry out a meaningful attack in New York City, except that this time it was done in the place where the self-inflicted terror attack would take place.

Note that there are some similarities with all terror attacks or mass shootings we’ve cited before and others that have happened throughout history. First, they were all trained for by authorities. Second, they all occurred the same way or close to the way law enforcement trained for. Third, the government is always the victim of such attacks or a false scenario of danger is created by the government which is later megaphoned by the media. When real shootings or terror attacks,  occur the media limits itself to report it for 3 days and then forgets about it. Fourth, the government always emerges with more power, while the people always surrender more freedom.

The case of Aurora, Colorado, where a gunman entered a movie theater and shot 12 people dead is not the exception. A year before the shooting that took place a few days ago, law enforcement agencies conducted a drill that resembled much of what happened in Denver. Operation Mountain Guardian was an exercise that required police and other agencies to respond to a simulated terrorist attack that was based on the 2008 attacks in Mumbai, India, where bombs and shots went off almost simultaneously. Those attacks killed a total of 164 people. It is interesting to note that no matter how much police and intelligence agencies prepare for attacks of this nature, because they always occur and for the benefit of government, always come at times when it is more convenient.

“One of the things we have been doing is doing a lot of training around the country on how to respond to different types of terrorist — potential attacks,” said US Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano. “One of the scenarios we had been training across the country for is something along the lines of a Mumbai-style attack, where you have multiple shooters organized, and we had actually coincidentally just done that training in Colorado.” It is not irrelevant to mention that police are looking into the possibility that more shooters were active in Aurora, as reported by some witnesses who saw more than one shooter and other people who suspect that James Holmes was let in the theater by a person who walked out the emergency exit door to speak on a cellphone. If these two caveats are confirmed to be true, the Aurora shooting will be that much closer to being a carbon copy of the Mumbai event.

Operation Mountain Guardian took place in September 2011, and was a larger scale simulation of what happened on Friday in Colorado. In the case of the drill,  law enforcement trained for coordinated attacks conducted by terrorist cells. Having said that, many details are similar to the ones obtained from the outcome of the shooting in Aurora. For example, in Operation Mountain Guardian, police trained to respond to a mass casualty event, and prepared police to respond to attacks on movie theaters, schools, transport hubs, hospitals and others in the Denver metro area.

During the drill, local police, SWAT officers and emergency responders trained to help with victims of a simulated  bombing and shooting during a football game. A PDF document prepared by the Denver Urban Area Security Initative, labeled as “OMG”, is an executive summary of what Operation Mountain Guardian intended to achieve. Just as in the case of the terror drill conducted a year ago, the shootings in Aurora, Colorado caused the local hospital to be flooded with injured and shot people who were arriving directly from the movie theater.

Although after concluding operation Mountain Guardian police and emergency responders were awarded a “pass” for their performance in the drill, in the case of the shooting last Friday, they were not able to prevent the killing of 12 people. This is another confirmation that the government cannot protect you. Police cannot protect everyone at all times. Your security is your responsibility now more than ever. If there is one conclusion that can be safely taken out of the Aurora shooting is that no matter how much the government says it can protect us, in reality it can’t. Such imaginary protection is as rare as the chance of getting killed in a terror attack or a shooting. That is why you never give up liberty in exchange for security.

U.S. Media and Law Enforcement Merging Reality with Fiction

New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly has acted out his role as ‘Gotham’s Police Commissioner’ using mind control techniques to merge reality with movie type speech. Pay attention to his quotes.

CBS NEWS | JULY 20, 2012

New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said the gunman suspected of attacking a crowded movie theater in Aurora, Colorado resembled Batman’s arch-villain “The Joker” at the time of the shocking attack.

“We have some information, most of it is public. It clearly looks like a deranged individual. He had his hair painted red, he said he was ‘The Joker,’ obviously the ‘enemy’ of Batman,” Kelly said at a news conference after noon.

Kelly said the NYPD is stepping up security at movie theaters around the city after suspect James Holmes walked into a Colorado movie theater during a midnight showing of the new Batman movie “The Dark Knight Rises” and opened fire, killing 12 people and injuring dozens more.

Police Commissioner Ray Kelly called the shooting “horrendous” and said the NYPD is working to keep moviegoers safe.

“As a precaution against copycats and to raise the comfort levels among movie patrons in the wake of the horrendous shooting in Colorado, the New York City Police Department is providing coverage at theaters where the ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ is playing in the five boroughs,” Kelly said.

WCBS 880′s Sophia Hall: Nassau County Police Stepping Up Patrols At Movie Theaters.

Ten people were killed inside the theater and two others died at the hospital after a gas mask-wearing gunman stood at the front of the theater and fired into the crowd about 12:30 a.m. local time at a theater in a mall in Aurora, Colo., police said.

A 3-month-old was among those hurt, CBS Denver reported. Police said earlier that 14 people had died, but later said that only 12 fatalities were confirmed.

The suspect, who police have identified as 24-year-old Holmes, is in custody. Federal officials told CBS News the suspect didn’t resist when he was arrested.

Holmes spoke of “possible explosives in his residence,” Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates said after Holmes’ arrest.

Police have confirmed that Holmes’ apartment is booby-trapped and have evacuated surrounding buildings.

Oates said bomb technicians are determining how to disarm flammable or explosive material in the third-floor apartment. He said police could be there some time.

He said pictures from inside the apartment are fairly disturbing and the devices look to be sophisticated.

One rifle, two handguns, a knife, a bullet proof vest, a ballistic helmet, a gas device, a gas mask, military swat clothing and unidentified explosives were also found in Holmes’ car, a law enforcement source told CBS News.

Holmes has no known criminal record and records show he previously lived in San Diego, CBS News reported.

He was a student at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver until last month, said school spokeswoman Jacque Montgomery. She did not know when he started school or why he withdrew.

The attack appears to have been planned well in advance, a law enforcement source told CBS News.

Police said his car was parked in the rear of the theater and that the suspect entered and exited the theater through an emergency door. There is also evidence that he may have done surveillance of the theater before the shooting, the source said.

“Witnesses tell us he released some sort of canister. They heard a hissing sound and some gas emerged and the gunman opened fire,” Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates said at a news conference.

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