U.S. government stages Batman theater attack to further gun control legislation

Americans are always coming up with conspiracy theories about historical events, but it usually takes time for a conspiracy theory to develop. In the case of the Batman shooting, it only took two days for a full conspiracy theory to develop and spread far and wide.

“As I was sitting down to get my seat, I noticed that a person came up to the front row, the front right, sat down, and as credits were going, it looked like he got a phone call. He went out toward the emergency exit doorway, which I thought was unusual to take a phone call. And it seemed like he probably pried it open, or probably did not let it latch all the way. As soon as the movie started, somebody came in, all black, gas mask, armor, and threw a gas can into the audience, and it went off, and then there were gunshots that took place.”

– “Witness: Someone let gunman inside Colorado movie theater,” CNN, July 20, 2012

Colorado Batman shooting shows obvious signs of being staged
A decent AR-15 rifle costs $1,000 or more all by itself. The shotgun and handgun might run another $800 total. Spare mags, sights, slings, and so on will run you at least another $1,000 across three firearms. The bullet-proof vest is easily another $800, and the cost of the bomb-making gear is anybody's guess. With all the specialty body gear, ammunition, booby-trap devices and more, I'm guessing this is at least $20,000 in weapons and tactical gear, much of which is very difficult for civilians to get in the first place. Comment added: Don't forget the cost of all the training (thousands of dollars) and the bomb-making equipment. Holmes reportedly had 30 improvised grenades, mortars, binary liquids that explode when mixed, wires, exotic bomb equipment... this gets expensive very quickly (even if you can source this equipment!).

The mere manufacture of an explosive booby-trap device is, all by itself, a felony crime by the way. And remember: "Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates said Holmes' apartment is booby-trapped with a 'sophisticated' maze of flammable devices. It could take hours or days for authorities to disarm it,"

Unfortunately, with an administration that has openly claimed a legal right to assassinate Americans without trial and is known to have engaged in a similar, but much larger false flag operation in “Operation Fast and Furious,” you cannot rule out the possibility that this incident is more than a lucky break for the government. Potential echoes of “Fast and Furious” can be seen in Holmes’ purchase of the weaponry utilized; where did an unemployed graduate school dropout find the money to obtain a rifle that costs around $1,250 and an estimated $1,500 in ammunition? One can’t help but ask such questions in times like these.

Right-wing blogs were already up in arms about the UN Arms Trade Treaty, which is coming up for a vote. Here's a post from July 20, the day of the shooting, but posted before the shooting occurred: Will Obama sign the Arms Trade Treaty?

Here's a post from July 10, from Forbes: The U.N. Arms Trade Treaty: Are Our 2nd Amendment Rights Part Of The Deal?

Trust in the U.S. government is as low as it can be and much of the nation is on edge about a UN Treaty that would abrogate American's right to self-defense. Whether the conspiracy is true or not (and there is at least a lot of evidence that suggests this wasn't the work of one man), it has caught fire thanks to negative social mood.

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