NWA742
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My Philosophy On The Sniper

Tue Oct 15, 2002 4:20 am

I don't know if anyone has mentioned something like this before, but anyway.......


Has anyone ever noticed that the sniper never strikes on the weekends? That most likely means he's at home with someone, his family or friends, and he doesn't want them to know he's the one.

I think he's been fired or laid off from from his job, but still acts normal to whoever he knows. That's why police need to talk to the businesses in the area and see which ones have fired or laid off people.

I haven't heard anyone mention anything like this on the news.

What do you think?


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david b.
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RE: My Philosophy On The Sniper

Tue Oct 15, 2002 4:29 am

Nice Philosophy..........

He never strikes on the weekends. Why? Family person, wife, kids. Spends time with them. He is living a double life and nobody, not even his family knows. He must be at least 35.

Like you said, he was fired but act as though he still works. To bring in money, he must have a second job or something. Part Time.

He is starting to feel threatened. Most likely he will move on to other places.
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RE: My Philosophy On The Sniper

Tue Oct 15, 2002 4:45 am

I think we should detain anyone and everyone with a white box van or anyone with military sniper training. Then, house them on an island outside the continental U.S., deny them legal counsel and interrogate them until they fess up with the name and address of whomever is doing this.

And should anyone not like this plan... too bad.

 
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RE: My Philosophy On The Sniper

Tue Oct 15, 2002 5:09 am

I read an interesting take on the D.C. sniper in the paper today. The AJC has a column by Jimmy Breslin twice a week, and in today's column, he said that perhaps these shootings are the work of terrorists. Considering that someone's got to drive the vehicle used in these attack, it would indicated the possibility of these attacks being the work of a terrorist cell. Add to this the fact that these sniper attacks are happening in the Washington D.C. area, an area very high on terrorist target lists. At first, I thought that these were just random acts of violence, but after the 3 day of attacks, I myself felt as though it was not the work of some disgruntled loner. Terrorism is more than just blowing up stuff and shooting people, it is also about fear, and people are now living in fear, not just in the Washington/Baltimore area, but all over the country. And with these recent overseas terrorist attacks, in Bali, in Kuwait, and in Yemen, the terrorists are beginning to show how futile the 'War on Terrorism' is going tobe.
 
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RE: My Philosophy On The Sniper

Tue Oct 15, 2002 5:22 am

I think we should detain anyone and everyone with a white box van or anyone with military sniper training. Then, house them on an island outside the continental U.S., deny them legal counsel and interrogate them until they fess up with the name and address of whomever is doing this.

And should anyone not like this plan... too bad.


Anyone that complains will be shot on site.
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RE: My Philosophy On The Sniper

Tue Oct 15, 2002 5:24 am

If it's really a terrorist, I would expect him to shoot someone in a completly different area, or maybe even in a different country. This would bring the fear on a new level, because people nowhere could feel save anymore. Srbmod has a good point, this would create more fear than an attack like the the one on the WTC. Actually, the thought of this kind of terror already frightens me more than any previous attack, and I live thousands of kilometres away. Let's hope he is "just" a moron who went mad.
 
ExitRow
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RE: My Philosophy On The Sniper

Tue Oct 15, 2002 5:26 am

It's probably Richard Jewell...

 
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RE: My Philosophy On The Sniper

Tue Oct 15, 2002 9:38 am

Rick Gilmour, one of our local weekend *burp* talk show hosts, says he thinks it's a man and woman together doing the Bonnie-and-Clyde thing. That's why it's a sharpshooter (probably a man) who leaves tarot cards (probably a woman.)

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