Posted - Monday, Sept.16, 2013
The web is swelling with speculation and rumours that one of the Washington D.C. Navy Yard shooters was a defence contractor from Fort Worth, Texas.
Several reports state the shooters gained access to the Navy Yard by stealing someone’s military ID, but there are also rumours Aaron Alexis was a former Navy employee stationed at the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base in Fort Worth.
His LinkedIn account, however, is now defunct and is unable to be recovered through Google’s cache function or the Internet Archive too.
Source link contains several photos of Aaron. http://www.infowars.com/internet-explodes-who-is-alleged-shooter-aaron-alexis/
Some individuals have been asking why or who deleted his LinkedIn account, while others are suggesting that Aaron, the alleged shooter, was a MK Ultra mind control victim.
“The investigation can’t yet have started so how can anyone know who did this? It is still not clear what exactly has been done and to who. The Press is feeding the public BS, so beware, there is a reason for all of this.”
Jon Rappoport writing for infowars.com asks: “ was it a “random” shooting or was it an intentional op, designed for several purposes: implementing a further gun grab from private citizens;
a lesson in official control—“obey the instructions of the authorities and shelter in place”;
inducing generalized fear and demoralization in the population;
and distracting the public from ongoing scandals/ops—e.g., Syria, NSA spying, Benghazi.”
DHS has released a pat statement: “no known connection to terrorism,” which means nothing.