Wednesday, December 2, 2015

355th mass shooting this year (live video)

KABC (KCBS/News Universe), RT, FOX News; Wisdom Quarterly; LIVE COVERAGE
What pretext, spontaneous or created, will be used to call for martial law/police state? (AP)
BREAKING NEWS: Active shooter situation in San Bernardino

This is a great pretext for all sorts of changes.
(CNN) Authorities in San Bernardino, California [a large rural county east of Los Angeles], responded Wednesday to reports of an active shooter or more than one shooter.

There were reports from the sheriff's department that there were one to three suspects. The fire department said it was responding to a "20 victim shooting incident."
"Soldiers" search for third suspect. Video below.
Police were searching for up to three suspects Wednesday in connection with a mass shooting in San Bernardino, California, where as many as 20 people were wounded.

Firefighters set up a triage area near the Inland Regional Center on the South Waterman Avenue, where they were treating the wounded on the street and loading others into waiting ambulances.

Telltale sign of a false flag operation: police were "coincidentally" conducting a drill nearby when they got the call to investigate just the sort of thing for which they were preparing.

Militarized police have to justify status.
Meanwhile, dozens of SWAT team officers were massing outside the facility while police were evacuating nearby buildings.

The FBI and federal ATF agents were also heading to the scene, officials said.

The first shots were fired at the center around 11:00 am local time (2:00 pm ET), said Lt. Richard Lawhead of the San Bernardino police.

Gov't propaganda channel FOX News reports.
"There's plenty of police activity," Jim, a sales person at the nearby Structural Material Company who did not give his full name, told NBC News. "A lady ran into our bathroom and said somebody was shooting there."

We're at war with civilians.
Jim said police told him and the staff — about 10 to 12 people — to stay inside the building, which is about 200 to 300 yards from the Regional Center, which is a state-run center for people with developmental disabilities.

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