Shooter in the Aurora massacre was under psychiatrist’s care!

Why is it everytime one of these psycos goes on a shooting rampage, we find out he was “under psychiatric care”.  INSIDE JOB!!!

London Independent

The former University of Colorado graduate student accused of killing 12 people and wounding 58 others in a shooting rampage at a cinema last week had been under the care of a psychiatrist who was part of a campus threat-assessment team.

The disclosure came in court documents filed yesterday by lawyers for James Holmes, 24, who is accused of opening fire last Friday on a packed showing of the latest Batman movie, “The Dark Knight Rises,” in the Denver suburb of Aurora.

The defence attorneys, in their request to an Arapahoe County district judge, are seeking a court order requiring prosecutors to turn over the contents of a package that Holmes sent to Dr. Lynne Fenton and was later seized by investigators.

“Mr. Holmes was a psychiatric patient of Dr. Fenton, and his communications with her are protected,” the filing said.

Fenton, medical director for student mental health services at the University of Colorado-Denver Anschutz Medical Campus, provides medication and psychotherapy for grad students in addition to her teaching duties, according to a school website.

A professional biography of Fenton posted on the site said she had conducted research on schizophrenia, including a two-year grant to work in the schizophrenia research department of the US Department of Veterans Affairs from 2008 to 2010.

Fenton also is a member of the campus-based “behavioral assessment and threat assessment team,” which helps faculty and staff deal with “individuals who may be threatening, disruptive or otherwise problematic,” according to that group’s website.

It could not be ascertained if Fenton was caring for Holmes under the threat-assessment program or under routine counseling she provided to students on campus.

Under Colorado law, mental health professionals cannot be held liable in civil suits for failing to predict a patient’s violent behavior unless it involves a “serious threat of imminent physical violence against a specific person or persons.” When such a threat is made, the mental health professional is required to take action, which may include notifying those targeted or a law enforcement agency.

Fenton could not immediately be reached for comment, and a spokeswoman for the University of Colorado medical school declined to comment, citing restrictions under a gag order issued by the judge presiding over the case.

The university, where Holmes had been enrolled as a doctoral student of neuroscience, confirmed earlier this week that a suspicious package was delivered by mail on Monday and that it was “immediately investigated and handed over to authorities within hours.”

Fox News has reported, citing an unnamed law enforcement source close to the investigation, that two packages were sent by Holmes to a psychiatrist on the faculty of the University of Colorado, and that one contained a notebook detailing the shooting scenario. According to Fox News, the notebook contained hand-drawn illustrations of stick figures shooting at other stick figures.

The defence motion accuses the government of leaking information to the media in defiance of a gag order, thereby jeopardizing Holmes’ rights to due process and fair trial by an impartial jury. It says his lawyers will request a hearing to determine “appropriate sanctions for this misconduct.”

Prosecutors, responding to the discovery motion, disputed various elements of media accounts as being erroneous, suggesting that anyone who had provided information to Fox News and other outlets lacked real knowledge of the case.

“These factual errors lead (the government) to believe … that the media is getting information from hoaxers, fraudsters, or maybe from nobody at all by creating fake ‘law enforcement sources’ out of whole cloth,” prosecutors said in their filing.

Formal charges against the suspect, who dyed his hair bright orange and was said by authorities to have referred to himself as the Joker – Batman’s comic book archenemy – are expected to be filed in court on Monday.

The judge in the case, William Sylvester, set a hearing on the defence discovery motion to be held as part of Monday’s proceedings. Sylvester also said he would consider a pleading by news media organizations to make public court documents the judge has sealed in the case.

Arrested within minutes of the shooting rampage at his car in the theatre’s parking lot, Holmes is being held in solitary confinement in the local jail.

In addition to charges stemming from one of the worst outbursts of US gun violence in recent years, he is accused of wiring his apartment with enough explosives to have leveled the entire building if they had been detonated.

The apartment house was evacuated when the booby traps were discovered. But the explosives were later safely dismantled and removed by authorities, and Holmes’ neighbors began returning to their homes on Wednesday night.

The latest disclosures about the suspect came to light as mourners attended the third funeral in as many days for one of the victims of the shooting rampage, this one for an 18-year-old high school graduate, Alexander J. “AJ” Boik,” who was bound for art college in the fall.

In addition to Fenton’s research on schizophrenia, she also has a background in physical medicine and had worked as a medical acupuncturist at a Colorado rehab centre for several years before doing her residency in psychiatry, according to her resume on the University of Colorado website.

State records posted online show that she received a “letter of admonition” from the Colorado Board of Medical Examiners in 2004, though details of the rebuke could not be immediately accessed from the board’s website.

The New York Times reported the admonition cited Fenton for prescribing various pills for her husband and other non-patients on several occasions – including the sleep aid Ambien, the allergy medication Claritin and the painkiller Vicodin – and for failing to properly document the prescriptions. According to the Times, the board noted in its letter that she was no longer writing prescriptions for non-patients.


Nine years later – What have we learned about September 11, 2001, and how far do stll have to go?

9-11 Was an Inside Job Sticker

Perhaps I would be remiss in not posting something on 9/11. After all, Waylon’s Revolution is about politics, conspiracy theories, rants, and what not.

In the history of the United States there are most likely two days of infamy. Days that we can ask, where were you…

I can remember where I was – in geometry class. This was another day of dismal studies for me. Class was ending and students were standing at the door, ready to catch up their gossip. I, being the loner that I am, always prefered the back. Mr. Waters got up from the desk to take time out from his Ebay and turned the television on. And there stood the towers, wounded. Black smoke billowed out from her gaping wound.

Classes were canceled that day as truth hit home to America. We weren’t invincible. America, as they said, was under attack.

Since that time, we’ve seen two atrocious investigations, evidence and witnesses excluded (WTC debris was carried off almost immediately), our nations name tarnished by torture, two conflicts with no chance of being ended by either side, the list goes on.

When I used to tell people that September 11, 2001 was an “inside job”, I would be met with stiff and sometimes hostile resistance. Now I tell people that, and the reaction I get is, “it wouldn’t surprise me.”

A majority of the American people believe that John F. Kennedy was done in by the government. And yet, the powers that be still possess the thrown. Once the American people had concluded that one bullet could not have produced seven wounds, we had to conclude that there was a conspiracy, and one that involved the participation of and cover-up of the government.

Like the “single bullet theory” the 9/11 commission’s claim that intense heat caused the collapse is the center basis of the Muslim terrorist official story.

But since we’re talking of intense heat; go back and watch some videos, do the twin towers seem to be exhibiting signs of intense heat to you? Lack of oxygen. Black smoke. Use your eye as your common sense (to borrow a quote).

Why was it that only the WTC complex fell? Why was molten metal caused by thermite found in the debris of the towers and building 7? Who had the better chance of moving the thermite into place, the government or terrorists?

Consider for a moment that Marvin P. Bush (G. W. younger brother) was a principal with a company called Securacom, which provided security at the WTC. From 1999 to 2002 Bush and the Bush brothers cousin Wirt Walker III were CEOs of Securacom. Even for a great Bruce Willis movie, this cannot be made up.

In the weeks leading up to September 11, 2001 sections and floors of the towers were shut down and evacuated. Ben Fountain, a financial analyst for Firemans Fund in a People magazine article said this:

“How could they let this happen? They knew this building was a target. Over the past few weeks we’d been evacuated a number of times, which is unusual. I think they had an inkling something was going on.”

In reference to September 11, 2001, we have a long way to go.  The who was once called America’s most wanted man is still at large (depending on which theory you want to believe: Dead, Alive, or still a CIA asset).  The failures of that day have never been fully investigated nor prosecuted.  Nine years later and we are still no closer to safety than what we were on September 10, 2001.

Ghosts of the victims beg us to ask the appalling questions: How was it that on a single day a $40 billion defense system failed the American people? Where is the eighty some odd Pentagon video tapes? Upon what is out Constitution made when (as Kevin Costner said) secrecy validates the accendency of invisible government?