By Victor Thorn
The high-profile mass murder in Aurora, Colorado doesn’t add up. Every mainstream media outlet is parroting the story that 24-year-old James Holmes was a lone-nut gunman who killed 12 victims and wounded another 28. But eyewitnesses offered a different version of events.
One survivor, who has not been identified by name, spoke on camera with Denver’s 9 News to relate what transpired inside the Century 16 movie theater on July 20.
“From what we saw, he wasn’t alone,” the witness said. “He had someone with him because the second can of tear gas didn’t come from his side.”
Corbin Dates, who sat in row two at the midnight showing of Batman: The Dark Knight Rises, told cable news that Holmes received a cell phone call as the movie credits were rolling. At that time, Dates said Holmes walked toward an emergency door, propped it open with his foot, and looked as if he was motioning for someone to come in his direction. Then, 15-20 minutes into the film, this same emergency door swung open and a man dressed from head-to-toe in ballistic gear—including a gas mask and throat protector—opened fire.
Inside a darkened movie theater—complete with smoke bombs and the shooter entirely garbed in body armor—not a single person ever saw Holmes’s face during the melee. Stranger yet, Americans have been led to believe that this killing machine then meekly surrendered to police outside the theater before telling them how he intricately booby-trapped his apartment. Why would Holmes spend months on this complicated project only to tip off law enforcement officials about the rest of his plan?
Holmes was an impoverished student on the verge of being evicted from his residence. Mike Adams of Natural News wrote on July 20 following the shooting: “How does an unemployed medical student afford all the complex weapons gear, bomb-making gear, flammable booby trap devices, ammunition, multiple magazines, bullet-proof vest, groin protector, ballistic helmet and SWAT uniform? I’m guessing this is at least $20,000 in weapons and tactical gear, much of which is difficult for civilians to get in the first place.”
Most researchers make the same mistake every time one of these Manchurian Candidate-style bloodbaths takes place. As outlined in the book New World Order Assassins, the patsy is rarely the actual shooter. A good example of this is Sirhan Sirhan, who took the fall while a highly skilled trigger-man standing behind Robert F. Kennedy fired the fatal shots. Holmes had no military-weapons training, and no one could see the gunman’s face. It’s probable that an experienced marksman riddled the audience with gunfire before slipping away as the mind-controlled Holmes waited outside by his car.
Russbacher claims to be the pilot who flew vice presidential candidate George H.W. Bush to Paris in order to arrange the “October Surprise” which sabotaged President Jimmy Carter’s Iranian hostage deal in the late ’70s.
Russbacher asserts that doctors working with the CIA created zombie-like individuals through elaborate hypnotic sessions where a new personality would overwrite the victim’s previous identity, removing all sense of morals and ethics.
In this case, Holmes, who was working on a doctorate degree in neuroscience, had been enrolled in a program at the University of Colorado’s Anschutz Medical Campus where brain experts studied malfunctions of the mind.
After being arrested, Holmes maintained a persona of the comic book villain known as the Joker, who thrives on mayhem and senseless destruction. Russbacher writes that these programmed sleeper assassins cannot differentiate between right and wrong. Once their “trigger” is activated, he said, they possess no memory of what had occurred to them.
Victor Thorn is a hard-hitting researcher, journalist and author of over 50 books.