(From our International US ‘Elite-Mad Dog–editor’)
AMSTERDAM-NOIR- Er vallen inmiddels meer doden in de US door ‘Mad Dog mannen- Massamoorden’ dan er US-militairen in Oorlogen sneuvelen in de Derde Wereld in de strijd
tegen de ‘Islam -Baardmannen‘ voor Olie,Goud en Drug(Video).
Vegas ‘Mass-Killer Paddock’ was IRS agent.Why I’m Not Surprised about the Mass Shootings in the land of Trump and Obama(video)’. ‘Mad dog-Trump'(Video) twitterde op bloedbad Las Vegas: #NRA BE SMART AND BUY GUNS #LasVegas #Gamble Oké !(Video)
Bij een zoveelste ‘Mad Dog-schietpartij’ deze keer in een Amerikaanse kerk in Texas zijn zeker 26 doden gevallen. De Massa-moorden hebben plaats gevonden in een kerk in het piepkleine dorpje Sutherland Springs.
The New York Times has published a list of notable mass shootings that have taken place at churches in the US in recent years. They include:
Sept. 24, 2017, Antioch Tenn.: A gunman carrying two pistols opened fire as Sunday services were ending at the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ, killing one person and wounding seven others; he also pistol-whipped a church usher who confronted him. The gunman, identified as Emanuel K. Samson, shot and wounded himself, the police said; he was taken into custody.
June 17, 2015, Charleston, S.C.: Nine people who had gathered for Bible study at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, a landmark black church in Charleston, were shot and killed at the landmark black church in Charleston by a white gunman, identified by the police as Dylann Storm Roof, who was arrested the next day. A 10th person was wounded. The dead included the Rev. Clementa C. Pinckney, the church’s pastor and a prominent state senator.
May 31, 2009, Wichita, Kan.: A gunman shot and killed an usher in the foyer of the Reformation Lutheran Church as he handed out church bulletins after services. The usher was Dr. George Tiller, one of the few doctors in the country who performed late-term abortions. The assailant, Scott Philip Roeder, an anti-abortion activist, fled the scene and was arrested three hours later; he was convicted of murder in 2010 and sentenced to life in prison.
Dec. 9, 2007, Colorado.: A gunman shot two people at the Youth With a Mission Center at Arvada, near Denver, and then killed five people 12 hours later at the New Life Church in Colorado Springs, before he was shot by a volunteer security guard, the police said. The gunman, identified as Matthew Murray, died at the scene of the second shooting. The police said he was carrying two assault rifles, three handguns and 1,000 rounds of ammunition.