DC Woman Shooting Some Unanswered Questions (video)

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The information emerging about Miriam Carey, the woman who was shot in Washington, DC seems to be raising some unanswered questions, more than it’s answering.

First, as everyone knows, she was unarmed. The Washington Post says the shooting is being investigated to determine if the agents actually broke the law, according to a DC police spokeswoman. Here’s the first unanswered question: Can killing an unarmed person become acceptable and immune from prosecution? Even when a policeman shoots an armed person, investigation by Internal Affairs is supposed to be a matter of routine.

Another discrepancy is: Brian Leary, a Secret Service spokesman and   Lt. Kimberly Schneider, a spokeswoman for the Capitol Police both claim they did not know her child was in the car. However, as a video clearly shows, the police took the time to remove the child from the back seat before shooting and killing the mother.

The next mystery is that the video footage of the car chase looks very much like there is another passenger in the front seat. What was explained by the media is this person was removed and is in custody. Well, where is this person? Why is there no information about a name or anything else?

Another situation is the sisters and the mother of the woman were not allowed to have her child. Why? All they were told is that she is safe in protective custody but why are they not allowed to take her home, their own kin?

They were also not allowed to view the body but only shown a photograph. Why is that when family members are always allowed to see the bodies of their relatives? It begs the question that something is being withheld.

The media has put out, as a possible explanation for Miriam Carey’s erratic behavior, that she was suffering from postpartum depression. However, according to Medline, postpartum depression can last up to a month but usually only a week or two. Her baby was 18 months old, so this does not seem plausible. Her sisters also said she was in very good spirits.

The next fact that doesn’t make sense and raises unanswered questions in this DC woman shooting is that she was driving a very expensive car, an Infiniti worth $47,000, which cost over $500 in monthly payments. If she was out of work and caring for an 18 month-old child, how could she afford such a car? Is it possible she was driving another car until she reached Washington? No one knows the answer to this question yet either. There could be various, logical explanations. A generous gift or loan?  Still, it’s an unanswered question considering this is a bizarre scene.

Perhaps the strangest mystery is an eerie connection between this woman and Aaron Alexis, the man who killed twelve people and was gunned down at the Washington Navy Yard just two weeks earlier.

Alexis claimed to be the victim of ultra low frequency which he said was driving him through voices in his head. Normally we would assign this state of mind to paranoid delusions and that very well may be. However, the DC woman claimed something very similar which may have caused an obsession to drive from Connecticut to Washington, DC. She said she was being monitored electronically and that Obama was stalking her.

Again, this sounds paranoid and is exactly the viewpoint the media has been expressing. Still, they are oddly similar

Julianne McKinley, Director of  Electronic Surveillance Project talks about the psychological effects of microwave radiation being conducted by the CIA, the Department of Defense, the National Security Agency (NSA) as well as Walter Reed Army Institute where:

…externally-induced auditory input could be achieved by means of pulsed microwave audiograms, or analogs of spoken words’ sounds. The effect on the receiving end is the (schizophrenic) sensation of “hearing voices” which are not part of the recipients’ own thought processes.

All this began with the discovery of microwave technology in 1947. More recently, a psychiatrist at Walter Reed suggests some select patients are being experimented on with microwaves.

McKinley is in touch with twelve people currently who claim harassment through mind control and directed-energies experimentation.

From an article entitled Mind Control Through Extra Low Frequency Waves in 2007:

PUBLIC LAW 95-79 [P.L. 95-79] TITLE 50, CHAPTER 32, SECTION 1520 “CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL WARFARE PROGRAM” “The use of human subjects will be allowed for the testing of chemical and biological agents by the U.S. Department of Defense, accounting to Congressional committees with respect to the experiments and studies. The Secretary of Defense [may] conduct tests and experiments involving the use of chemical and biological [warfare] agents on civilian populations [within the United States].” -SOURCE- Public Law 95-79, Title VIII, Sec. 808, July 30, 1977, 91 Stat. 334. In U.S. Statutes-at-Large, Vol. 91, page 334, you will find Public Law 95-79. Public Law 97-375, title II, Sec. 203(a)(1), Dec. 21, 1982, 96 Stat. 1882. In U.S. Statutes-at-Large, Vol. 96, page 1882, you will find Public Law 97-375

One does not have to be a paranoid schizophrenic or conspiracy nut to pause at that startling legal document.

All these unanswered questions and hidden data simply pile on more and more mistrust of the government. How can we trust anyone, especially a government that is supposed to protect us, if we’re not sure they’re telling us the full truth or, more precisely, hiding the truth?

Could this have started after President Kennedy was shot in 1963? The Warren Commission concluded there was only one shooter, Harvey Oswald, and one bullet. This has since been shown by many reputable sources to be highly unlikely and ridiculous. As a result, those suspicious discrepancies caused a great rift between the government and the American people where credibility is concerned.

There’s a long list of unanswered questions from previous senseless killings of which the DC woman shooting is merely the latest. The final unanswered question for now: Why is so much police violence being tolerated?

(op-ed)

Written by Lucille Femine

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2 Responses to "DC Woman Shooting Some Unanswered Questions (video)"

  1. VERNON BALMER JR.   October 15, 2013 at 12:53 pm

    How long before Problem-Reaction-Solution allows access to health records of those with mental disorders?

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  2. allan   October 14, 2013 at 5:05 pm

    A Short History of US Government respect for human life read this if you dare ?

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