Thursday, March 18, 2021

Another Nutcase Triggered Too Soon

I am starting to really get on board with Big Country Expat's theory that there are sleepers primed for a false flag shooting who are setting off prematurely. Here is another one...


The key here "was in possession". According to the Seattle Times, the gun and "unregistered ammo" were in his car. 

While the Secret Service detained Murray, officers from Washington’s Metropolitan Police Department tracked down his car, where they found a rifle and ammunition. The Secret Service then turned Murray over to the police.

It wasn't like he was setting up outside of the "official residence" for a shooting.

Also worth noting, Kneepads wasn't at the residence and hasn't even moved into the Naval Observatory in the first place. Not to mention this guy was a nutjob...

An intelligence bulletin from Texas had warned law enforcement about Murray, officials said. Murray’s mother had also warned the police that her son was in Washington, authorities said.

A 31 year old dude, Paul Murray, already known to law enforcement, and his mom dropped a dime on him. I am sure he is mentally stable. I am also sure this will be used to justify keeping the National Guard in D.C.

We are getting closer, this guy had the right weapon but clearly was off his meds....

3 comments:

  1. "113 rounds of unregistered ammunition"? Since when does ammunition need to be "registered"? How can it be, if it doesn't have a serial number?

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  2. "Unregistered".... the stupid, IT BUUUUUURNS!!! That and 113 rounds? 5 mags? 113 rounds works out to 3 full 30 round mags, and 23 for 'change'... and the 5 mags, empty? full? Inquiring minds want to know. A full "Combat Load" for a standard infantryman is 210 rounds of ammo, 1 mag in the well, 6 spares, and usually there's another full bandoleer or shingle of 6-8 extra mags laying around in the ruck, so this guy, if it was only 113 rounds, that's not even basic target practice... and the whole 'sprung early' thing... we're onto something...

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