Thursday, November 05, 2009

Death toll rises: "It could be a terror attack"

9:52 PM EST PREDICTION: Major Malik Nadal Hasan will be declared dead (again) as soon as he is able to make a statement that he was acting alone. - Vigilis

UPDATE: 9:34 EST- FOXNEWS - Hasan was in stable condition condition at a local hospital Thursday night, Cone said after previously reporting that he was killed at the scene.

This story (cover-up) is getting weird. It is taking on the wild, inexplicable aura of the JFK assassination timeline. The nation's top cover-up team, again in a Democrat administration, is exercising th endless imagination of Hollywood scrip writers to suppress the truth. With this obvious cover-up in play, Vigilis will no longer be updating this tragedy. Tomorrow or later, we may elaborate our opinion in more detail. The rate of change of "facts" tonight makes tracking the story hopeless (as the Obama's administration fully intends).

UPDATE: CNN 9:07 EST - Surviving Fort Hood shooting suspect arrested at golf course, officer says - A senior officer who was playing golf said an MP told him that authorities considered the man to be a suspect in the shootings after having overheard the man say he was with the shooter.

UPDATE: 8:29 EST - The massacre at the Fort Hood military base that killed at least 12 people and wounded 31 at Fort Hood appears to be the deadliest mass shooting at a US military base in modern history. Officials at the Texas base, the largest US military base in the world, said a soldier opened fire in a busy processing centre where troops go before being deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan was a psychiatrist on the base, according to records uncovered by ABC News. Hasan, who was born in Virginia, was single with no children. The Austin American-Statesman reported his parents were originally from Jordan. At this time the numbers that we’re looking at are 12 dead and 31 wounded and they are dispersed among the local hospitals here in the central Texas area. The shooter was killed and two other suspects, who are also soldiers, have been apprehended, Lt. Gen. Robert W. Cone said.
At this time, it appears to M.E. that the Army is working on excuses to release the living suspects. Otherwise, our Commander-in-Chief will come under severe scrutiny for his stance on waterboarding, and blinding a proven avenue used to uncover terrorist conspiracies on domestic soil.


UPDATE: 7:07 EST - US Army Major Malik Nidal Hasan Identified As Primary Shooter At Fort Hood Maj. -- Nidal Malik Hasan, 39, an Army mental health professional has ties to the Washington, D.C. area. Military officials said that Maj. Hasan was a psychiatrist who had been recently promoted to major and transferred to Fort Hood from Washington's Walter Reed Medical Center. Maj. Hasan's professional specialties included post-traumatic stress disorder, combat stress and other emotional issues common to the troops implicated in earlier incidents of military fratricide. - WSJ

During my time in the military, the title of M.D. (medical Doctor) was used for ranks lower than Commander (O-5). In other words, Lt.s were called doctors. If Army Major Hasan (O-4) was really an M.D., why is no one calling him Doctor? Molten Eagle believes Hasan is a psychologist, unless current military title conventions elevate O-5 (Majors) over M.D.s.

The U.S. Army will soon decide whether or not to claim this was an isolated incident, or a well-planned terrorist plot. As M.E. said earlier. highly educated Islamists act alone; otherwise, they tend to conspire. Is it not grand! Guess what the Army will decide.

If anyone conspired, ME. has said in advance:
Obviously, if an al-Qaeda terror bombing were to occur in the U.S. now, Obama and his fawningly supportive 111th Congress Democrat majority Congress will be held inextricably culpable of executive inexperience and gross negligence, respectively.

At Least 7 Dead, 12 Wounded in Shootings at Ft. Hood in Texas
A pair of mass shootings at Ft. Hood military post in Texas left at least 7 dead and 12 wounded Thursday, and one suspected gunman is on the loose, the Army said. A massive manhunt was under way for the suspect at large, Fox News confirmed, and one person was in custody. The New York Post said that there were two shooters at the Army post massacre; other reports said there were three.
"It could be a terror attack, it could be a disenchanted soldiers, it could be a varity of people," said Army Lt. Col. Robert Maginnis.
In every act of attempted Islamic terror on U.S. soil dissclosed to date, at least 2 perpetrators, more often 3 or more, have been involved. Such acts contrast with the delayed teenage rebellion episodes involving highly-educated Islamic rogues like this one, who struck in Chapel Hill, NC on March 4, 2006. On August 26, 2008, Taheri-azar was sentenced on two counts of attempted murder to 26 years and 2 months to 33 years in prison by Orange County Superior Court.[2]



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