Was it necessary to KILL the Dallas shooter with a robot carried bomb?
Why not a canister of gas to put the shooter to sleep and then capture him alive? Why not more INCAPACITATE & CAPTURE than DRONE BOMB?
Was there a reason some persons or groups didn’t want the shooter to be studied?
The claim now by “authorities” that he was a “lone gunman” doesn’t imply that the shooter’s “project” wasn’t “managed” and that he didn’t have “handlers”. This is different from the shooter being part of an assassination team. Who his managers and handlers might be has many candidates: rouge teams in the NRA or other pro-gun orgs, gun manufacturing corporations, militant racist groups, etc.
The technique of identifying mentally disturbed persons and assisting them to “plan” a terrorist attack and then arrest them – is well known. The Orlando terrorist attack has the earmarks of such a plot gone bad, the terrorist acted before he was arrested.
The two prior shootings of black men by police was to be a landmark event which could have called for the response in Dallas; which was successful in diverting attention. It may have backfired, as it has ignited a movement to unite the legitimate concerns of police and black communities.
Yesterday (7/8/16), a well spoken black father, with son, interviewed in Dallas called for our need of divine authority – we can’t govern ourselves, said this drug dealer turned Christian minister and family man. His analysis of the Black/Police phenomenon was good, but his solution was not so good.
There shouldn’t be competition between the personal and the social, but an interdependent complementarity. What I heard from the mayor and police chief of Dallas was significant: they called for us to think about two seeming contradictory ideas as the same time – needs of the Black Community and the needs of the Police Community. It shouldn’t be one or the other. This was the first time I’ve witnessed a META concept introduced in the MSM.
The most successful conspiracy today, is the conspiracy by elite conspirators to paint those investigating conspiracies as “conspiracy theorists” and kooks. Persons of shared interest, gathering together to plan actions – which the keep secret (or, don’t broadcast widely)- is a primary activity of all humans. These “conspiratorial” actions need not be to harm others. Inventors are conspiratorial, as are those planning surprise parties. Bad conspirators create a false myth of “secret” back-room meetings of evil, plotting conspirators. Effective bad conspiracies usually include coverup plans and false leads. One can explore some organizations or agencies as composed of competitive “conspiratorial gangs” (behaving in primitive, tribal ways, often informal) – often acting in conflict with the formal policies of the org. Those others in the org may have some knowledge of the conspiratorial gangs, but are unable or unwilling to oppose them. Many police departments in the USA are populated by conspiratorial gangs, who may form a cabal.