Saturday, November 07, 2009

What's With Virginia Tech?

On April 16, 2007 Seung-Hui Cho killed 32 people in a two-part shooting rampage at Virginia Polytech Institute and State University in Blacksburg, Virginia. Cho's medical records were mysteriously removed from the University by Robert Miller, former head of the Cook Counseling Center at the university in 2006, when he left the employ of the school. These records were missing for over two years until July 2009 and certainly there was adequate time to scrub them of sensitive information. (LINK). If one needs to confirm that Cho was not quite in his right mind, his legacy of videos can be found on Youtube (LINK).

We may begin to raise the question of what may be going on at Virginia Tech in light of the shootings by malcontent Major Nidal Malik Hasan on November 5, 2009 at Fort Hood. Hasan graduated from Virginia Tech with a bachelor's degree in biochemistry before attending medical school at Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. Why did it take so long for the military to get its story straight on this one? Sgt. Munley was dead then she's not dead; Hasan is dead then he's not dead; there are two others arrested but there's no plot and they've been let go. Oh yeah, that's just the fog of war.

"Whether he became angry or something else, I don't know... What I do know is that it is impossible that he would do something like that."-Ismail Mustafa Hamad, grandfather of Nidal Malik Hasan (I know, consider the source.)

Ironically, Sgt. Kimberly Munley quickly and bravely acted to bring down Hasan using lessons learned from Cho's attack at Virginia Tech. (Correction: November 13, 2009, Munley was shot by Hasan and then Senior Sgt. Mark Todd brought down Hasan according to a report in the New York Times yesterday. I suspect this story will keep changing and changing.)

"The lesson from Virginia Tech was, don't wait for backup but move to the target and eliminate the shooter.It requires courage and it requires skill."-Chuck Medley, chief of Fort Hood's emergency services.

Now we wait to see how quickly a knee jerk Congress acts to further limit access to guns. I would rather see Congress act to more easily remove obviously disturbed and untrustworthy individuals from the military.

Cathy O'Brien, in her fantastic (and by that I mean I suspect there is a lot of fantasy in them) books TranceFormation of America (1995) and Access Denied: For Reasons of National Security (2004) stated that she had been processed at a DARPA mind control facility near Virginia Tech at Blacksburg. I suspect Cathy has some imprinted false bizarre memories in her subconscious that were inserted to discredit her story (at least I hope some of her tales are fantasy), but this claim becomes much more reasonable after the deadly antics of Cho and Hasan.

"Virginia Tech is good for two things, engineering and mind control." - Cathy O'Brien (LINK)

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