As I made my rounds around people in the know, over the past couple of days, regarding the I-10 shootings, I have concluded that many are very worried that Phoenix will be the site of the next big false flag event. This article details what is known and follows an obvious evidence trail to some very disturbing conclusions.
The I-10 Sniper(s)
On September 10, 2015, a Phoenix Sniper(s) struck again as Arizona cops have confirmed 11th freeway shooting in less than 12 days. The shootings have taken place near Interstate 10, mere miles from the downtown area.
Phoenix is now a city that is becoming paralyzed with fear. For example, many school districts say they will keep their buses off the highways until the crisis is resolved. According to a local poll, 50% of the city said they would avoid the 10-12 mile stretch of highway where the shootings have taken place. The event is dominating the news in the local media. In fact, I have been asked to be on the radio with a local activist to provide my assessment of the present state of affairs and this is what I will say about what I presently know and understand.
The Event Is Being Labled As a Terrorist Event
Arizona law enforcement and local civilian authorities have even used the word "terrorism" to describe a series of shootings along the Interstate 10 corridor. They may be closer to the real truth than many people realize.
The Phoenix shootings have drawn comparisons to the so-called DC sniper attacks that terrorized the Washington, D.C., area in the fall of 2002. In total, 10 people were killed in those shootings, which targeted drivers pumping gas and people out for other ordinary errands. One of the gunman, John Allen Muhammad, was executed in 2009, and his accomplice, Lee Boyd Malvo, is serving life without the possibility of parole. However, the events in Phoenix donot follow the patten followed by Muhammand and Malvo.
The Gang That Could Not Shoot Straight
Yesterday, as I watched news report after news report, I could see the frustration of LEO's and politicians as they were being interviewed by the media. The Department of Public Safety is now saying that there are multiple shooters and the shooters are not connected. Police authorities are conveying an air of helplessness.
A screen shot of the "Shotspotter" detection system is employed by the Phoenix Police.
The inability to pinpoint the shooters, in Phoenix is indeed very surprising, given the fact that Phoenix has the latest in cutting-edge gunfire detection systems called ShotSpotter. In order to cut down on New Years Eve revelers who shoot off their guns into the air at midnight, Phoenix police employ the use of the the ShotSpotter gunshot detection system which works via a mix of sensors, software and satellites. To employ the system, a series of sensors are placed on top of buildings and light poles, 8-12 per square mile. These sensors detect and record when an actual gunshot is detected. Gregg Rowland, Vice President of ShotSpotter, a company based in Mountain View, California stated that "Instead of relying on vague 911 calls, if the shots are even reported, an officer can respond with reliable intel." Rowland also went on to say that "There isn't much that can fool these babies." ShotSpotter can pinpoint a shot to within three feet! The ShotSpotter system has been installed in 20 cities across the United States and Phoenix, AZ. is one of these cities.
According to police random shooters involved in 11 shooting incidents in 12 days, in a city that employs Shotspotter have not been able to detect where the shot have come from and then go to the area and obtain local surveillance video to identify the shooters, getaway cars, etc. Yet, LEO's say that they know very little. Given the technology involved and the length of time that these events have taken place over such a confined area, I know the public is not being told the truth. I actually had one LEO tell me the media was not telling the truth but he refused to elaborate.