nuevowavo wrote: »
"...based on downloaded video files from Youtube..."
Spineyman wrote: »
Did you actually listen to any of it before you discredited it because it is a youtube video? Just curious. I am not saying it happened or it didn't happen , but the physics he uses well you tell me?
Absolute forensic proof of a second shooter
dragon bait wrote: »
Do you what "Absolute" is
wahoowacker01 wrote: »
Mini Mart Magnate
cadman wrote: »
How do you know which bullet hitting the pavement was which gunshot we hear? Some people were hit with some bullets, bullets may have hit other objects without the pavement sound.
He is making crap up, it is what he does. Internet search the guy, he is a nut. He has other nuts believing his crap.
Cyclist wrote: »
A very humble self proclaimed "internet activist" (aren't we all?)
Captain Todd Approves
Adams has no criminal record and has never been arrested. He avoids alcohol, smoking, coffee and all recreational drugs. He has never used recreational drugs in his entire life.
Adams is not known to appear on the social scene and usually spends time in nature rather than socializing. He is occasionally spotted in public at the Whole Foods Market in Austin, Texas.
Spineyman wrote: »
Again I am not saying he is right. I wanted to hear some plausible and contradictory arguments.
In terms of freedom activism, Mike Adams achieved tremendous global exposure for his 2011 parody music video entitled, "Don't Touch My Junk," which made fun of TSA agents using Monty Python-style animation. The video went on to receive over 300,000 views on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhEMRSp7vaY), even after it was flagged as "inappropriate" and restricted from being viewed by users who were not logged in.
NACl H2O Luvr wrote: »
Nothing fishy at all going on with this story, nope, nothing, no way......
Burglars target Las Vegas shooter's Reno home
RENO, Nev. — The Las Vegas shooter’s home in Northern Nevada was broken into over the weekend, police confirmed Tuesday.
The break-in occurred through the front door, said Officer Tim Broadway of the Reno Police Department. Detectives do not yet know the number of suspects involved.
pottydoc wrote: »
Let's try this explanation. Bad guys know resident is dead, therefore not at home. They know theresident had a large number of guns. There's probably other valuables in the house. With crime scene tape wrapped all around it, not much chance of anyone showing up,while they're inside. Looks like an easy and low risk job. So they break in. You're totally correct, nothing fishy at all, just crooks seeing and taking advantage of easy pickings.
mindyabiness wrote: »
There's also a huge market for anything that once belonged to the perpetrator of the largest mass shooting in U.S. history.
On the other hand:
If there was a conspiracy to subvert the gun lobby....It might look a lot like the events that transpired on the night of 10-1.
If you wanted to pin this on some one, it might just be a loner with a drinking problem, a gambling addiction and a prescription drug habit with a low profile.
And...... he winds up putting a revolver in his mouth and pulling the trigger.
Ron@.38 Special wrote: »
OK having studied probably 25 Engineering courses in acoustics, I can tell you I know of no way to do the analysis he did.
Using video from numerous sources give no credible information to load into a non-existing computer program to do this analysis.
I could be done, had there been numerous high level microphones at a prescribed geometric location to even come close to this guys over analysis of credibility lacking data!
NACl H2O Luvr wrote: »
Also, we know barely anything from the ongoing investigation, the whole thing is run like a tight ship......but magically pics of a bunch of big black guns got "leaked", even the Sheriff was upset about the 'leak' of the pics.....
Interesting how every news cast blasts the 'leaked' pics of the big black guns across the screen on a continuous loop, as they talk about how they know nothing about the ongoing investigation....