- I smelled very old fish when I first heard the news and
do believe this to be an accurate summation.
- We must remember always that:
- #1 They want our guns. #2 They will do ANYTHING to confiscate
- Many people are probably scratching [their] head over
the recent shootings in the LA areas, especially when the suspect, Buford
O'neil Furrow arrived in a neat little package on the doorsteps of the
FBI Las Vegas. You are not alone in your bewilderment.
- 1. Early Reports. Yes, you probably heard numerous accounts
of more than one shooter, different clothing, etc. I don't think there
was too much dis-info there. After all, early reports came from young
children. Once the carjacking occurred, a more accurate description came
- 2. Early statements by Politicians. People such as Charles
Shummer, Gov. Gray Davis, Mayor Richard Rearden (sp?) the ADL, and the
JDL were all screaming hate crime before ANYONE had a motive or an actual
description of the suspect.
- 3. The FBI and ATF were on the scene immediately long
before the Clinton spoke !!!!!
- Like Columbine, SWAT agents just stood outside until
long after the postal worker was killed. Not to mention reports about
other people (with other descriptions) being arrested shortly after.
- 4. The Carjacking. Forgive me, but it seems stupid to
think that some idiot (and alleged survivalist) hell-bent on killing Jews
left all that ammo in a van. No survivalist would do that without a reason.
- IMPORTANT: If Furrow really wanted to kill Jews in mass
number, he had all the ammo he needed. He was also in a neighborhood where
there were plenty of visible Jewish targets. And why allow the female
carjack victim to live? According to reports, he brandished a weapon, told
her to get out, don't scream, and just run. Let's no mention the fact
that he fired a reported 70 rounds with a semi-automatic weapon at children
less than 15 feet away in a closed area and killed no one [ AND KILLED
NO ONE ! ], only superficial wounds. This, from a man with a military
- 5. The Postal Worker. After all, something HAD to happen
to make it federal. When over half the LA county police force (that's
a lot of people, folks) had closed the entire area off in search of any
angry looking white guy, Furrow finds time to stop and off a postal worker
during his escape. Not to be a certified conspiracy theorist, but think
back to the Kennedy Assassination.
- 6. The APB. Within 4 hours after the attack on the Jewish
Center, every radio station in the LA area was giving out several (yes,
I mean several) descriptions of a carjacked vehicle -- two different license
plate numbers, and three different colors. I even considered calling a
news-talk radio station while stuck in traffic in I-605 asking, What the
hell do you want us to look for??. Shouldn't the carjack [victim] know
what her car looks like?
- 7. The Hotel Siege. See if this sounds familiar to you:
No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the
consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed
by law. In Chatsworth, CA, throw that out the window. A virtual battalion
of black suited armor wearing, helmet wearing troops laid siege to this
entire LA suburb. The dress code: All black (with federal stuffed shirts
playing team leaders), black tanks (LAPD's finest) choppers, the whole
nine yards. THERE IS NO WAY ANYONE COULD HAVE ESCAPED THIS unless [they
had] help. Yet, no dice.
- 8. The Photo. After having MAJOR egg on their faces,
the LAPD spokesman (someone I've never seen before, but no matter, he's
Jewish) asks for the public's help in finding Mr. Furrow. TAKE NOTE:
At this time, there is so much victimization, and wailing, and whining
by the Jewish leadership in the local media that local politicians were
probably concerned about a mass exodus to Israel from LAX.
- Back to the photo: It wasn't a mug shot. I remember
saying when I first saw the photo (live), That looks like either a work
ID or some kind of government issue. It only took 30 minutes for the media
to have enough info on Furrow to fill a CIA dossier. Good job, Media especially
when you didn't have a SSN to work from.
- Oh yeah, and the Southern Poverty Law Center JUST HAPPENS
to have a photo of Furrow playing security at an Aryan Nation Complex Idaho.
How convenient. Beside that photo came from the same fat guy from Michigan
who did the Roger and Me film (this video came from a show called TV Nation).
I can't remember his name. No matter. Let's all go to bed now, and see
what we can scare up by morning.
- 9. The $800 cab ride. This is where my personal experience
comes in. Uh, cabbie, take me to Las Vegas or Primm Nevada, duh. Get
real. No cab driver in the LA area would do this -- would do this -- without
notifying the dispatcher of his destination. Folks, we're talking over
250 miles of desert. There are other places much closer you can hide.
The cabbie (if this story had any merit) would have suspected something
(there was an APB on every radio station, and probably relayed to all cabbies),
and would have given a radio handshake to the dispatcher where the cab
would have been intercepted by the CHP before he got to the high desert.
- [Note -- Local news update as I write: Now the big story
in the cab driver he's talking. Strange, the FBI/LAPD said he took two
cabs. See more on this in the ADDEMDUM below.]
- But Noooo. Knowing there's a wanted killer trying to
escape the LA basin, take your fare-of-a-lifetime and merrily stroll across
the Mojave Desert. Remembering of course, that you don't want to be charged
with transporting a felon across a stateline. So, drop him off just before
exit 1 on I-15, and tell him to walk over to the Casio, call another (Nevada)
cab, and have a nice day.
- Our second cab ride goes from the Nevada border (Primm,
NV) to the FBI office on Charleston Avenue in downtown Glitter Gulch.
Hey Furrow! The Las Vegas shuttle (Greyhound) would have been a lot cheaper,
and a lot more discrete. Everyone knows that. And by the time he would
have gotten there, either no one had his description (meaning he could
have asked anyone), or everyone had his description (meaning no one would
have given him a ride anywhere). But I'm just dying to know what he did
during the missing 8 hours or so before he turned himself in. Lemme Guess:
He [spent] the rest of his cab fare (destination Idaho?) at one of the
Vegas Casinos. Nice try. There are cameras in mass at every major casino,
and they watch everybody. He would have been flagged in a New York minute.
- There's more about this Vegas trip, but I cover that
in my conclusion (and besides, they've changed stories since I began writing).
- 10. The Surrender.
- The reports say he simply walked in, walked up to the
receptionist and said, I'm the man you're looking for. I killed those kids.
Then we have an AP report quoting sources who claimed he said upon surrender,
"This is a wake up call to all Americans to Kill Jews." Horsecrap.
- Here's the dirt: Like most other government buildings,
the FBI has cameras outside with full-time eyeballs in watching. To get
to the lobby of the FBI office, you must take an elevator to the 3rd floor
(with the watchful eye in the elevator car, of course). Then you must
walk up to a 2-inch bullet proof glass. Show your ID, sign in and, someone
will be with you shortly. In his case, he would have been met at the elevator's
third floor exit with handcuffs (they see you 3 times coming and going),
the building would have been sealed off (lobby cleared), a search, pass
through metal detectors (located left of the elevator), read em his rights,
and escort him into the interrogation room right behind the door on the
left. In other words, he wouldn't have gotten past his name before he
was on the floor in irons.
- Make sense? So, how did the AP (in lightning speed)
find a source who gave up VITAL information about an on-going investigation?
That goes against agency policy (according to them) and loud-mouths are
subject to immediate termination. These kind of damaging statements can
compromise further investigations (Reno's famous words). And there would
be no trouble tracking this source down, since the LV field office is relatively
small in number.
- Back to the cab ride: So, you're anti-government, and
you're fighting ZOG. So, you open fire on Jewish kids, go postal on a
postal worker, then take a cab almost 300 miles to turn yourself in at
a federal office, when there are at least 4 different places in LA to do
the same thing and spend less money. Then, you spill your guts to the
FBI to get your story out???
- Bull****. The place to go and get your story out is
the LA Times, with branch offices all over the area, the LV Review-Journal,
or any TV news room. You think they wouldn't have covered this? Or better
yet, drop a letter to the news media off in the postal truck after killing
the guy. Or, if you're nuts, check into a hospital.
- LET'S GET REAL
- 11. The Press Conference. This was the real kicker.
While the cops and politicians were high-five-ing each other for the wonderful
job they had done (he turned himself in), there was one point in the press
conference that was a real eye-opener. It happened when the Assistant
Special Agent-in-Charge of the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms for
the Los Angeles Area -- Joe Torres (he got all that out in one breath)
mistakenly was given the task of answering the question, Exactly what type
of guns did you find?.
- The Answer should make anyone ask a ton questions. Quoting
exact: We found no fully-automatic weapons. There was a Bushmaster that's
a AR-15 -- a rifle, and I think there were two handguns, and they were.............
- He never finished the answer. In fact, it seemed like
the U.S. attorney, who was also on stage grabbed the ATF SAC by the throat
yanking him off camera. I'll bet money that Very Special Agent Torres
will never, EVER be seen giving public statements in the future.
- [ Ed. Note: As much as the ATF is the group we all love
to hate, you gotta give em credit. They keep accidentally telling the
truth. (WACO) Remember, If we would have been left in charge, we wouldn't
have burned all those kids up? ]
- No wonder the feds never want these guys on the record.
Back to Agent Foot-in-Mouth Torres
- Hmmm An AR-15? That was the only rifle, eh? Guess that
would explain the 70 rounds fired. But wait: the AR only holds 30 in
the clip. Guess he reloaded (twice). Right, and no lethal wounds from
15 feet? This, from a guy with military experience??
- [BTW, I saw some of the ammo left behind. About a case
of 7.62x.39 ammo, .50 cal. Round (with a mag) and 9 mm handgun ammo (about
- Smell something funny yet?
- And of course
- 12. The After Hype. On cue, the regular characters are
calling for tougher gun laws. Never mind that this guy wanted to kill
Jews, and would have used anything he got his hands on (if you believe
all this). Don't blame the Neo-Nazi, blame the gun. Blame the gun show.
How condescending. All Jews should be insulted. Here's where the plot
thickens: A Rabbi Heir of the Simon Weisenthal center, who has been making
the rounds on local and national TV, this morning said, two employees of
the Weisenthal Center recognized Furrow from the photos as a man who has
been here at the center recently just walking around.
- So, while we're getting all hyped up over this, we learn
that a man who wants to send America a message to kill all Jews (and wanted
to kill Jews) failed to do so in the midst of a HIGH concentration of Jewish
people the Simon Weisenthal Center and its surroundings. Best chance of
killing mass numbers of Jews in the LA area next to a Synagogue on Saturday.
- Starting to see what's wrong with this picture?
- [Since the time of this writing, the story now is that
he cased three Jewish institutions and chose the community center because
of its lax security. Hogwash. An AR-15 goes right through security at
the Museum of Tolerance if you're hell-bent on killing Jews.]
- Let's toss this in for good measure for cyber-savvy:
The morning after the shooting, A Yahoo search turns up an e-mail address
for the fat criminal: NSC-MCCHORD@DDN-CONUS.DDN.MIL
- Take note of the .mil. Then, the Seattle Times cranks
out the history of the Fat Nazi:
- Military databases indicate that Furrow served in the
military and, at one point, was stationed at McChord Air Force Base near
- Seattle Times, Aug 11, 1999. The whole story can be
- Why do these guys keep popping up with military background?
And of course, with all this guy's history, he somehow passes a military
back ground check.
- The only difference between this script and a Hollywood
screenplay is that we know Hollywood in lying. This whole story is bull.
It doesn't add up. If some one were to say Furrow was under orders from
higher-ups in government, it would not surprise me one bit. The cab to
Las Vegas bit, the turning yourself to the FBI to get your story out crap.
It would be more of believable if shown in a movie theater.
- I would have suspected that this action wasn't a hate
crime, but the ULTIMATE DIVERSION for something more lethal, and Furrow
wanted to be out of the area when it happened.
- This man (Furrow, or whatever his name really is) was
either under strict orders, or is not the most dangerous, but the dumbest
criminal ever to set foot on American soil.
- I vote for the first choice. This so-called Neo-Nazi,
this so-called survivalist, leaves a suspicious, made-for-hate-and-gun-crime-legislation
trail of evidence.
- Think about it -- this guy, this neo-nazi -- in just
one day, enhanced, then embraced everything he is fighting against with
no remorse whatsoever???