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was James Homes acting alone when he shot in the theater?

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    Great Odin's Ravens, that's one heck of a witness! He knew WHO CALLED HIM, and WHERE THE CALL CAME FROM? Surely, then, he knows what was said by both parties, no?

    That video is bunk from 0:00 to infinity:infinity. Every premise is laughable, every "stat" completely wrong, and every witness...well...let's just say they don't put together a credible version of anything.
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    was James Homes acting alone when he shot in the theater?
    Look on the bright side: we won't have to worry about a 'single bullet' theory.
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    if he was trained and proficient with his set up he could have killed 3-4 times more people the theater was lucky he was not experienced or trained. look what happened in Norway trained by former spetsnaz

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    Quote Originally Posted by barstoolguru View Post
    Another think we were told is that he bought a ticket and went in and propped the door open then CAME back. According to witnesses someone else got up and opened the door for him.

    Then there was the fact that the tear gas came from a different angle

    The man is a little off on the price of gear but the fact is where did he get the money and that much money being unemployed?

    guns he used are an AR-15 ...$1100.00
    Optics ready S&W AR-15 carbine today $959 at academy sports
    2 glock 40 cal.......................$1100.00
    $529 each at academy
    rem 870 shotgun ..................$400.00
    Again, Academy $319
    bomb making stuff................????
    Unknown
    body armor..........................vest alone is $500.00 to $900.00 alone not including the rest of the stuff
    $359 for a Level IIIA at Galls
    ammo.................................$300.00 or better, not knowing what they were
    mis ..scopes ,mags, and such .. $450.00

    still a bunch of money for an unemployed person
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    Some things just seem a little fishy.

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    NO!

    There were others involved!

    He was in the company of the several other voices in his head!
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    Get out! The call is coming from INSIDE THE THEATER!
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    I LOVE this forum...opfor's one true love comment litterally resulted in saliva spatter on my laptop screen.
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    I am generally against any and all conspiracy theories, unless it is something totally outrageous I make up to make fun of the tin foil hat wearing people I know. That said, I was questioning how they knew this was done by one shooter so quickly myself. The question of why he went to such trouble to turn his apartment into a huge bomb and then told police about it so quickly has also popped into my head a few times. But...

    Where did he get the money? Well let's see. His family isn't what one would call "disadvantaged" by any stretch of the imagination. I wouldn't be shocked to learn that they were sending some money his way. He was a smart kid, meaning that he found ways to get people to pay him to go to school, so there was money coming in from that. And it appears he lived pretty cheaply, so there wasn't a ton of money going out to bills- meaning most of what he earned, borrowed, stole, or acquired could be spent on anything he wanted to spend it on.

    Was he the only person involved? I don't know. I'd guess he was since the police really don't stand to gain anything by hiding a second shooter from us. (And after writing this I realized that I lied. There's one conspiracy theory that intrigues me due in part to what people have told me from their own first hand experiences surrounding the event. No reason to get into it here, but I'll admit to not being 100% free of the conspiracy virus myself.)
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    I read his vest was just a tactical vest. I suspect he just paid for it all with a credit card.


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    I am amazed that anyone who has ever worked for any governmental body could EVER believe that any government would be CAPABLE of pulling off any of these capers that gather "conspiracy" around them. :)
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    A man fires a rifle for many years, and he goes to war. And afterward he turns the rifle in at the armory, and he believes he's finished with the rifle. But no matter what else he might do with his hands - love a woman, build a house, change his son's diaper - his hands remember the rifle.

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    Re funding, wasn't Holmes the recipient of a $26K grant (not loan) from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gasmitty View Post
    Re funding, wasn't Holmes the recipient of a $26K grant (not loan) from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)?
    I read that as well shortly after the shooting. Also, a buddy of mine has an iPhone app that will make his phone ring on a timer and show the call coming from any number he chooses. Helps get him a break in long meetings sometimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OPFOR View Post
    I am amazed that anyone who has ever worked for any governmental body could EVER believe that any government would be CAPABLE of pulling off any of these capers that gather "conspiracy" around them. :)
    The government has pulled it off in the past. The Gulf of Tonkin is a prime example.

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    The more I read topics like this and the responses, the more I realize just how many people walk around in this world in pure paranoia.
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