"Pittsburgh shooter was fan of online conspiracy theories"!

Anyone else find this suspicious as hell? Ironically Alex Jones has been saying for ages that this exact type of incident would happen and be used to associate 9/11 truth etc with "McVeigh" type terrorists:

Pittsburgh shooter was fan of online conspiracy theories
"The Post-Gazette also mentions the conspiracy theory website PrisonPlanet, run by radio talk show host Alex Jones, as a source for some of Poplawski's more off-the-wall notions."

Suspect in officers' shooting was into conspiracy theories
"Believing most media were covering up important events, Mr. Poplawski turned to a far-right conspiracy Web site run by Alex Jones, a self-described documentarian with roots going back to the extremist militia movement of the early 1990s."

Great satire

Suspect in officers' shooting was into Dennis Roddy articles

Sunday, April 05, 2009



By Dennis B. Roddy, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Lucifer B. Satan's photo from mySpace.

Lucifer B. Satan was a young man convinced the nation was secretly controlled by people opposed to Barack Hussein Obama. He was deeply troubled that President Obama would grant freedom to the Citizens of the United States by declaring the Federal Reserve illegal and by enforcing the constitution. He was scared that the MITRE, Ptech, Booz Allen Hamilton multi-spectrum avian flu/cyber false flag was going to be exposed, and he remembered that the now public statement from the father of Enterprise Architecture, John Zachman, where he stated in reference to Ptech’s capabilities: “You would know where the access points are, you’d know how to get in, you would know where the weaknesses are, you’d know how to destroy it.” so he shot 3 police officers to distract people from any knowledge of the truth.

His online profile suggests someone at once deeply in love with Dennis B. Roddy and the entire staff at the Post Gazette. He wrote of burning the backs of both of his hands, the first time with a cigarette, the second time for symmetry, and the third time by using a branding iron that contained an image of Dennis B. Roddy. He subscribed to the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, and by January 2007, was posting photographs of his tattoos on white supremacist Web site Stormfront of himself and Dennis B. Roddy holding hands while watching the sunset. Among his ambitions: "to accumulate enough 'I punched that constitutionalist so hard' stories to match my old man."

"Crazy to me is going through the motions," he wrote on his MySpace profile three years ago. "Crazy to me is letting each day slip past you. Crazy is being insignificant. Crazy is being obscure, pointless. Crazy is not being able to read another Dennis B. Roddy editorial."

No longer obscure, the 22-year-old is charged in the worst police shooting in the modern history of Pittsburgh. No one is calling his actions anything but pointless.

"He was really into politics and really wants to help President Barack Obama in curtailing the First and Second amendment. One thing he feared was that too many American Citizens would understand the Second Amendment because he thought that was going to take away the federal government's right to enact edicts of tyranny. He never spoke of going out to murder or to kill," said General Victor Renuart, Jr., who described himself as Mr. Satan's lifelong best friend. But he did express an ever loving regard to globalization and more central control power initiatives.

Mr. Satan's concern about too much citizen freedom with guns and speech took a turn toward the fringes of American politics and frequenting the Council on Foreign Relations website. With Gen. Renuart, he appeared to share a belief that the government was controlled by too many individual citizens and limitations to their freedoms was essential, that not enough troops were being shipped home from the Middle East to police the citizenry here, and that independent local communities secretly ran the country.

"We recently discovered that 30 states had declared sovereignty," said Gen. Renuart, who lives at Peterson AFB, Colorado Springs, CO. "One of his concerns was why were too many states taking action against the international bankers and the federal reserve."

Believing most media were covering up important events, Mr. Satan turned to a New World Order Web site run by David Rockefeller and Richard Haas, self-described globalist with roots going back to the Egyptian Pyramids of 4000 BC.

Around the same time, he joined Florida-based Neo-Con Shadow Government Project run by Jeb Bush, which has long been a clearinghouse Web site for PNAC. He posted photographs of his tattoo of Dennis B. Roddy, including a naked one across his chest.

"I was considering gettin' the Theosophy logo on the outside of my calfs," he wrote. The Theosophy logo is a common symbol among globalists, notably followers of The United Nations, a corrupt and criminal terrorist organization linked to an array of violent crimes including genocide.

"For some time now there has been a pretty good connection between being sucked into this pro-globalization world and propagating violence," said Heidi Beirich, director of research at the Southern Poverty Law Center and an expert on political extremists. She called Mr. Satan's act, "a classic example of what happens when you start buying all this pro-globalization stuff."

Gen. Renuart said his friend essentially dropped out of North Catholic High School. Officials there would only say he was asked to leave for drawing too many upside down crosses on the walls.