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Friday, August 10 2012 - 01:44 PM
Surveillance Cameras Turned Off
Surveillance Cameras Turned Off During Sikh Temple Shooting
Questions over eyewitness reports of multiple shooters buried
Paul Joseph Watson
Friday, August 10, 2012
Questions as to whether there were multiple shooters involved in the Sikh temple massacre are likely to remain unanswered given the fact that surveillance cameras covering the property were turned off at the time of the incident.
According to NPR’s Dina Temple-Raston, who spoke with FBI Special Agent Teresa Carlson, “There was no video in the temple itself. Apparently, their surveillance camera wasn’t on.”
Why the camera was turned off during what one would expect to be the temple’s busiest time, a religious service on a Sunday, has not been explained.
The absence of video footage of the event makes it impossible to corroborate multiple eyewitness accounts attesting to the fact that more than one individual carried out the shootings.
Speaking with the Associated Press, an eyewitness stated, “Between ten and ten-thirty, four white males who were dressed darkly, dressed in all black clothing, came in and opened fire on our congregation.”
Temple member Amardeep Kaleka, whose mother and father were injured victims in the shooting, also told WISN that his parents said there were “multiple shooters, multiple people” and that the attack was “very well coordinated.”
Kaleka added that his father saw “multiple shooters of caucasian descent.”
An ITN News report also quoted the niece of one of the temple members who said, “An unknown number of gunmen had walked into the kitchen of the Sikh temple and opened fire.”
Another man at the scene told Sky News, “I think they had multiple shooters.”
In addition, the Chairman of the temple stated that the day before the attack there were a “few suspicious men seen on Temple premises,” again clearly suggesting the involvement of more than one person
Although speculation has centered around alleged shooter Wade Michael Page’s ties to white supremacists, a definitive motive for the massacre has yet to be established. After initially claiming Page was killed by a police officer, authorities now assert that he shot himself in the head.
Page’s racist views were likely developed during his stint in the Army at Fort Bragg between 1992 to 1998, during which time he was a member of the psychological operations unit.
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a regular fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show and Infowars Nightly News.
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How convenient. Lets see, whenever there are inconsistancies in the reports from eyewitnesses and the “official story”, all the video cameras are either off or not working that day. Why is it the one piece of evidence that would prove or disprove the government story just isn’t on or working the day it is needed most?
Like the BART murder while the guy was handcuffed. The videos were not working that day either. Luckily people on nearby platforms pulled out their cells and taped it. Or the 9/11 pentagon attack. 5 frames, no plane. How about Bin Ladens’ burial at see. No proof, just suppose to take their word for it. Lie to me once, shame on you. Lie to me twice, shame on me!
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AV Town Crier says...
There always seems to be convenient problems that seem to compromise the facts or make it harder to get to the truth. I’m always suspicious of these type things. Yes, it could be a mere coincidence. But, they seem to happen regularly. I’m just saying.
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