Last month, Joseph Stack flew his plane into the IRS building in Austin, Texas. Phrases containing twilight language:
Austin's police chief called it “an isolated incident” and a criminal act. Two Austin congressmen called it domestic terrorism.
U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Austin, who attended an afternoon briefing, said the whole affair smacked of terrorism.Also last month; Professor Amy Bishop shot and killed three people on the University of Alabama's Huntsville campus. She was angry over not being given tenure.
“When you fly an airplane into a federal building (to kill federal employees), it sounds like (terrorism) to me,” said McCaul, a member of the House Homeland Security Committee.
U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett, D-Austin, in a prepared statement, also called the plane crash “a cowardly act of domestic terrorism,” and said Stack's apparent Web site message “reflects the steadily increasing flow of ‘the government is out to get me' paranoia.” (Source: Angry with IRS, Austin man flies plane into building, SA News)
Bishop was described by students and peers who knew her as being a "big nerd" and "... a genius, but she really just can't explain things." (Source: Huffington Post)
Later reports told of Bishop's shooting of her brother in 1986:
Amy Bishop shot her teenage brother in the chest in 1986, Braintree police Chief Paul Frazier said at a news conference. Bishop fired at least three shots, hitting her brother in the chest, and then fled with the shotgun before police took her into custody at gunpoint, he said.Bishop was 19 when she shot her brother. What's odd about this incident is that no records can be found of the shooting, and at the time, Bishop was released into her mother's custody. John Polio, the police chief at the time insists " "(There's) no coverup, no missing records," (Source: Huffington Post)
News reports quote Bishop as saying "it didn't happen, there's no way" after the shooting.
The Fortean name game gives us the real life Professor Bishop paralleled with the fictional genius-but-once-mind-controlled-and-institutionalized Dr. Bishop on Fringe, the paranormal, "new X-Files" program on Fox.
Aside from the glaring coincidence of the recent suicide mission of the Texas man who flew a plane into the IRS building, and the professor who shot and killed three people, the following suggests more mind control psy ops behind these acts: "the man wearing a coat -- with "no real emotion in his face" . The man is not being identified. (Source: CNN on-line)
More info in the later AP item that appeared in the local paper, where the shooter is identified as "John Patrick Bedell, 36, of Hollister, Calif". Note the following words and phrases used in giving us a picture of Bell:
The shooter apparently left behind angry, anti-government Internet postings airing suspicions about the 9/11 attacksImplying, and in not so subtle ways, that anyone "suspicious" of the forces behind 9/11 are suspicious themselves.