Retired US academic and author Professor James H. Fetzer has recently released a new book, “From Orlando to Dallas and Beyond” a compilation of essays regarding the Orlando and Dallas events and some election related issues.
My understanding is that the money raised is being used to help Professor James Tracy in his legal battles with his former university.
Many thanks to Professor Fetzer and also to Professor Tracy who probably exposed Fetzer to my work.
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It has not been a good year personally or for the website. My only sibling, my dear sister Amy died in February at the age of 39 and dealing with that immense loss has severely hampered my output this year.
I hope to increase the quantity of the output in the near future, thanks to all who have persisted despite the comparative lack of production.
There have been an absolute deluge of stories and eyewitness accounts in the days since the Orlando event. Many of the eyewitness accounts contradict the police version of the event. Someone is lying about what has happened in Orlando. It will take some time to sift through all of the evidence that has been brought forth in recent days but it can be demonstrated unequivocally that the story people have been told about this event cannot possibly bear any resemblance to the truth.
The Missing Ambulances and Paramedics.
The complete absence of any visible medical response to an apparent 100 casualty massacre is a classic sign of deception that has been encountered many times in the past a numerous events that have now been proven fabrications such as Boston and Sandy Hook. An internet search on the term “Pulse Nightclub ambulance” provides literally zero photographs of any ambulance anywhere in the vicinity of the Pulse nightclub. There should have been dozens and dozens given the casualties. There are police cars by the dozen, numerous fire department vehicles but not a single ambulance, let alone a Medivac helicopter or any paramedics.
The “Victims” Were Being Carried Towards the Club.
The street address of the Pulse nightclub is 1912 South Orange Avenue, next door on the right is a Dunkin Donuts at 2000 South Orange Avenue and to the right of the Dunkin Donuts is the Orlando Stand Up MRI clinic at 2010 South Orange. Anyone seeking to escape from the Pulse nightclub would travel up past Dunkin Donuts and then past the MRI clinic away from the maniac mass murdering people in the club.
. Yet in several videos from the scene on South orange avenue on the night of the supposed massacre we can see that the survivors are carrying the victims on the opposite side of the street up the road towards the club, not away from it!
The complete lack of paramedics on the scene means that these events must have taken place when the active shooter was still alive and dangerous. After all the incident has ended after 5 am, meaning that emergency medical responders had three hours to arrive at the scene and prepare to deal with it, their absence can only mean that this was long before that time, the shooter was still alive and their actions in walking towards the line of fire and putting the purportedly injured victim in harm’s way make no sense at all.
The videos embedded below offer a critique of the official account of the Orlando event. Both videos depict supposed victims of the massacre being carried up South Orange avenue.
100% PROOF Orlando Shooting Was a STAGED HOAX…This Is All You Need To See
Orlando Hoax/ False Flag Crisis Actor Gets Set Down After Mistakenly Off Camera
Witness Flatly Contradicts Police Accounts.
Greta Van Susteren of Fox News interviewed Orlando survivor Brett Rigas. In Brett Rigas’ account of events inside the Pulse the police were inside the club and escorted some of those trapped inside out of the club having earlier twice asked those alive to identify themselves by raising their arms.
In the wake of terror in Orlando, loss and heartbreak
The police account of events at and around the Pulse nightclub has changed considerably since the first day with an extra gun battle that makes absolutely no sense inserted into the story after the first day but in none of the police accounts do they describe officers being inside the Pulse nightclub and evacuating people. The police narrative is that the police breached the building using an armoured vehicle that created a hole in the side of the building and that hostages fled through the hole. The police account does not have the police inside the club at any time during the massacre.
This cannot be a matter of confusion or an honest mistake. Either brett Rigas or the policew are telling untruths, no other conclusion is available.
Orlando Pulse Club shooting: See full police press conference on mass shooting
Chrstine Leinonen’s Amnesia.
Other witnesses have displayed strange and contradictory behaviour. The melodramatic antics of claimed victim’s mother Christine Leinonen have come to the attention of many. Mrs Leinonen was interviewed on ABC America by George Stephanopoulos.
At the 30 second mark of the interview Stephanopoulos asks Leinonen “What is your son’s full name?” to which she answers “Christopher Leinonen” which struck me as being somewhat odd at the time as the majority of Americans in my experience have a middle name. It turns out that Chris Leinonen does have a middle name, Andrew but apparently his own mother did not know his name when asked which even accounting for the stress and trauma of the situation seems more than a little odd.
Mother of Potential Orlando Nightclub Shooting Victim Searches for Answers
The caravan has moved on. The political vultures quickly moved onto the real business, quarreling over ownership of the narrative surrounding this event. Each faction has a mantra, these are “Radical Islamic terrorism” and “weapons of war.” Both sides are completely cynical and dishonest and neither interpretation of this event bears any resemblance to the truth. Whatever happened in Orlando will emerge over time and it will bear no resemblance to the official story of the event whatever that may turn out to be.