Saturday, November 7, 2015

San Diego Standoff

Honestly, it simply smells like another continuation of Jade Helm psyops we see all over the country, every day, day after day.

You can believe this mind-conditioning, keep you in fear crap if you want.

"5-hour standoff at San Diego complex ends in surrender" Associated Press  November 05, 2015

SAN DIEGO — A gunman in a rooftop apartment surrendered to police Wednesday after a more than five-hour standoff that interrupted air traffic at the San Diego airport.


The domestic violence suspect with a high-powered rifle shot off numerous rounds inside his complex near the San Diego International Airport, prompting the Federal Aviation Administration to halt planes from landing as a precaution.

The suspect walked out of the complex and was taken into custody around 2:30 p.m. — hours after officers swarmed the building and exchanged gunfire with him, Police Lieutenant Scott Wahl said. No one was reported hurt.

It was drill!!!

The complex is under the airport’s approach path, and planes swoop low near the suspect’s neighborhood before landing.

I'll bet the property is cheap!

Departures were allowed, though their schedules were affected because there were no incoming flights.

The suspect opened fire on officers responding to a domestic violence call shortly after 9 a.m. at the complex, Wahl said. The shots came ‘‘within inches’’ of striking the officers approaching the apartment, where a domestic violence victim reportedly lived, he said.

The officers returned fire as they retreated.

Authorities asked people in the area to stay inside and keep away from windows as they surrounded the complex. Schools in the area were placed on lockdown.

Smells more like a drill with each paragraph and sentence. 

Officers with semiautomatic rifles were seen running down the street. Wahl said that at one point the gunman was ‘‘shooting in all different directions.’’

And yet somehow, no one was hurt.

Wahl later said the suspect had moved to an area of the apartment where he no longer posed a risk to air traffic.

Tom Neu, who lives next door to the rooftop apartment, told reporters he was working at home on his computer when he heard a bang. He went to his balcony, saw a hole in the stucco wall that separates his apartment from the suspect’s, and called 911.

For about 40 minutes, he cowered in his bathtub, talking to friends on his cellphone.

Seriously, I'm suppose to believe some account that is cited in my scripted and staged fiction of a pre$$?



Police faulted over killing in Hyde Park home

Missteps in Hyde Park domestic violence case seen as exception

Yeah, you know those Boston city cops. Oooops!