This morning I tuned into Glenn Beck, but filling in for him was Buck Sexton, a former navy seal and government agent. He said that during the Orlando gay club shooting, cops were on the scene immediately but were told to ‘stand down’, or hold positions, almost the entire time the shooter was active inside the club. According to the Orlando Sentinel, at 2:02, shots were reported inside the club, and by 2:04, one officer arrived at the scene. By 2:08, at least six police officers broke a large window and entered the nightclub. At 2:18, S.W.A.T. teams initiate a ‘full call out’. At 2:35 a.m. Officer Lemieux reports hearing fellow officer Cornwall report the cops have the shooter barricaded in the bathroom. At 2:45 a.m. Officer Cornwall reports being relieved by S.W.A.T. team members, yet S.W.A.T. didn’t breech the club until 5:15. When they did, a gunfight ensued, and the shooter was reported dead at 5:53 a.m.
Why did it take three hours for seven cops INSIDE the club and a S.W.A.T. team 2 1/2 hours to put down one shooter? While people inside the club were only feet away on the other side of the wall, calling on cell phones for help, the police and S.W.A.T. teams were told to ‘hold your ground’. It’s the civilian equivalent of “Stand Down.” Cops inside the building from the beginning, who had already exchanged gunfire with the shooter, were told essentially to ‘stand down’. It is unclear whether the gunman killed more people while cops were told to stand by or the damage had already been done. As the first popping noises were heard, people assumed it was part of the music, or club effects, but it quickly became apparent they were under attack. The DJ stopped the music and shouted into the microphone that there was a shooter and everyone should get out. As the gunman came in the front door and started shooting, at least one off-duty officer
According to the local Orlando Sentinel, the timeline shows that as early as 2:02 a.m., Orlando police had been notified that shots had been fired inside the nightclub. Assuming it took S.W.A.T. teams roughly the same amount of time to get to the nightclub as it took officers, lets say S.W.A.T. arrives 6-10 minutes later, no later than 2:30 a.m. Remember seven police officers have been inside the building for 22 minutes at this point. So in less than 30 minutes, the shooter had killed 49 people, while being fired upon by officers (presumably), and barricaded himself in a bathroom. The S.W.A.T. team waiting outside for another 2 1/2 hours. Why?
Compare the details of the Orlando shooting with those of the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting of 2012. In less than 10 minutes, Adam Lanza walked through the school, shooting 27 people dead. Many or all were shot multiple times. The majority were not shot at close range. From GlobalResearch.ca;”Lanza fired at least three, 30-round magazines with deadly accuracy.
Let me repeat: DEADLY ACCURACY. Two of the people he shot survived.
Let me repeat: TWO SURVIVED.
Watch the news. Pay attention to terror attacks or mass shootings. Note how many WOUNDED there are in relation to how many KILLED. There is a bell curve ratio of injuries to fatalities when you set off a bomb in a crowd or fire bullets randomly into a group of people. Time after time, that ratio is roughly 4 or 5 to 1. In other words, a random attack will leave 75% or 80% of people wounded, and 20-25% dead. How did Adam Lanza walk through a school full of 700-1000 kids, either running or hiding, and shoot 20 of them dead, with multiple shots each, and also kill 7 adults, who have more experience and reasoning?
‘I did seven (autopsies) myself with three to 11 wounds apiece,’ Chief State Medical Examiner Dr. H. Wayne Carver III said Saturday. ‘Only two were shot at close range. I believe everybody was hit (by bullets) more than once.’ HE BELIEVES. Who looked over the other 20 bodies? Other medical examiners? Where is their eyewitness testimony? The school was fenced off under guard for months, then torn down, before bullet holes in the wall could be counted or a thorough investigation carried out. Compare that to how little interest was shown the aftermath of the 9/11 debris, still molten at 1800º days after the event, hurriedly looked over and then dumped in the ocean after a brief but superficial assessment.
Dr. Carver seemed vague or unaware in his answers regarding the massacre he had just witnesed. From an MSNBC interview: “Connecticut Chief Medical Examiner H. Wayne Carver provides an update to the media after he and his team examined the victims’ bodies at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown following Friday’s shootings.” In this exchange Carver and State Police drastically change the story on what weapons were used in the shooting, contending that the Bushmaster 223 was the sole weapon Lanza wielded. Carver exhibits an amazing degree of deferral to law enforcement and overall lack of knowledge about the postmortem operation he has just presided over. For example, a reporter asks, “Were [the students] sitting at their desks or were they running away when this happened?” Carver responds, “I’ll let the guys who—the scene guys talk—address that issue. I, uh, obviously I was at the scene. Obviously I’m very experienced in that. But there are people who are, uh, the number one professionals in that. I’ll let them—let that [voice trails off].” Shortly thereafter another reporter asks, “How many boys and how many girls [were killed]?” Carver shakes his head slowly, “I don’t know.” “Medical Examiner: Rifle Primary Weapon Used in Shootings,” MSNBC, December 15, 2012.