Kelowna, BC Canada Press Reports the Navy Yard Shooting a Day Prior

Thanks, Patrick.

Shades of Sandy Hook, eh? And in Canada, too. Is this an insider’s way of giving us proof that it was another premeditated false flag attack? I can’t believe it’s just another coincidence or sloppy execution with news releases for the media. It’s just too weird.  ~ BP

Kelowna Daily Courier

Police, FBI: Shooter reported in military building at Washington Navy Yard; multiple victims

Sunday, 15 September 2013 23:31 Eric Tucker And Brett Zongker, The Associated Press
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Police work the scene on M Street S.E. in Washington, where a gunman was reported in a military building at the Washington Navy Yard Monday, Sept. 16, 2013. Shots have been fired and employees directed to a shelter. Police and federal agents from multiple law enforcement agencies responded to the scene and streets in the area were closed. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

WASHINGTON – Several people were injured in a shooting Monday morning at a building at the Washington Navy Yard, the U.S. Navy said, and authorities searched for an active shooter.

A defence official, who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak during an active attack, also said there were at least several injuries.

The Navy said shots were fired around 8:20 a.m. (1220 GMT) at the Naval Sea Systems Command headquarters, where about 3,000 people work.

The number of the victims and their conditions was not immediately known, though the Navy said multiple people had been injured.

Police and federal agents from multiple law enforcement agencies responded to the scene. Ambulances were parked outside, streets in the area were closed and flights at Reagan National Airport were temporarily halted.

A U.S. Park Police helicopter hovered over the building and appeared to drop a basket or a stretcher with a person onto the roof.

Naval Sea Systems Command is the largest of the Navy’s five system commands and accounts for a quarter of the Navy’s entire budget. It builds, buys and maintains the Navy’s ships and submarines and their combat systems.


Associated Press writer Lolita C. Baldor in Washington contributed to this report.


Truthers Have the Navy Yard Shooting Pegged as Another False Flag within Hours

Didn’t take long, did it? Truthers are on this like white on rice, and it’s only been a few hours.

No amount of damage control by the governments’ lamestream mouthpieces can protect them from the wrath of the 99 per cent now. They have crossed the red line and too many people know their MO.

It will be humourous to see how they lie about this one. I feel sorry for them. It’s actually pathetic. They can’t even see that we don’t believe a word of it any more—and that we actually EXPECT it.

My initial thought was that the shooters were under mind control but I didn’t want to get labeled a conspiracy theorist! LOL

We just had lunch at a local establishment and the owner surprised me by bringing up this shooting and knew it was a government op. He knew all about false flags, gun control, rigged voting machines, government lies, secret agendas and chemical weapons in Syria used by the terrorists. It’s really satisfying to chat with people who get it.   ~ BP


US Navy Yard shooting: possible to learn the truth?

Breaking: US Navy Yard shooting: is it possible to learn the truth?

By Jon Rappoport
September 16, 2013

I’ve covered a number of mass shootings. Assuming the people arrested or killed had anything to do with them, one of the top questions is: was the shooter on psychiatric meds?

The mainstream press doesn’t push for answers.

It’s a vital question. In school shootings, we’ve learned that the answer is often yes. For example, Eric Harris at Columbine in 1999 was on Luvox, an SSRI antidepressant. These SSRIs are well known for pushing people over the edge into violence; and the manic effects can also motivate them to form grandiose plans for destruction. (See the website “SSRI stories” for documented accounts.)

In the last few years, the US Armed Forces have loaded down their personnel with psychiatric meds, which have led to suicides and killings.

Typically, at these shootings, pharmaceutical investigators show up to find out whether their drugs are involved, so, if necessary, they can clamp down on “information leaks” and instead divert the conversation to: “he had a mental disorder,” as if that, rather than the drugs, was the key factor.

Another top question: was it a “random” shooting or was it an intentional op, designed for several purposes:

implementing a further gun grab from private citizens;

a lesson in official control—“obey the instructions of the authorities and shelter in place”;

inducing generalized fear and demoralization in the population;

and distracting the public from ongoing scandals/ops—e.g., Syria, NSA spying, Benghazi.

Two tweets may or not be be relevant here:

Scott MacFarlane (NBC 4 I-team reporter, Washington DC—unless someone has hijacked his twitter account): “Navy ran mass shooting drill in Feb-March at Navy Yard. Part of nationwide ‘Citadel shield’ security program.”

Jonathan Feng: “There was one active shooter drill during my time at Navy Yard. I was stuck inside a building while getting lunch. Guess which building.”

Several other tweets (unconfirmed info) claim a drill took place at the Navy Yard several days ago.

Several mass killings (e.g., Aurora, Boston bombing) took place at the same time as, or close to the time of, official terror drills, suggesting several possibilities—one being the drills were prepping for an intentional op.

As reports, in March of 2012, not 2013, a Solid Curtain-Citadel Shield exercise took place, “designed to test the service’s ability to respond to nation-wide threats to its installations, units, personnel and families.”

Adm. John C Harvey Jr. stated, “Overall, it was a resounding success…”

How did two or three armed shooters enter the Navy Yard and get past security today? Will the mainstream press do a deep investigation on that?

So far, officials are telling the press that at least 6 people have been killed at the Navy Yard and 10 have been wounded. There are two or three shooters, which suggests some level of planning and coordination. DHS has released a pat statement: “no known connection to terrorism,” which means nothing.

In Washington DC, open or concealed carry of weapons (by private citizens) is illegal. Therefore, aside from armed security guards at the Navy Yard, no civilian workers in the buildings can defend themselves against the shooters. Also, from what I can gather, non-security military personnel working inside the Navy Yard are forbidden from carrying weapons as well.

From 1886 to 1964, the US Navy Yard manufactured weapons for the US Navy. According to a Wikipedia article, it was, by the start of WW2, the largest ordnance naval yard in the world.



Shooters at DC Navy Yard Kill and Wound Multiple Employees Sept 16th

Now what do you suppose THIS is about? Cabal factions making a point? Another ploy for gun control? All the above?

A witness mentions the ‘D’ word. Yup. A recent drill. Random shootings these days aren’t usually random , are they?

Reports: 6 dead, Suspects sought in Navy shooting

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WASHINGTON — A manhunt was underway for two more possible shooters after six people were killed and several others wounded Monday at the Naval Sea Systems Command headquarters here, the Navy said.

Washington Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy Lanier said a shooter was dead and one police officer was wounded in an “engagement” with at least one gunman.

“One shooter is deceased,” she said. “We have multiple victims inside who are deceased. We potentially have two other shooters who have not been located.”

Lanier said police are searching for a white male wearing a tan military-style uniform with short sleeves, a military beret and a hand gun. Police are also searching for a black man around 50 years old wearing an olive drab military-style uniform and carrying a long gun, Lanier said.

She said there was no evidence that the suspects were military members.

A federal law enforcement official, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the fluid nature of the investigation, said authorities were investigating the possibility of other shooters, but there was no immediate evidence of more than one assailant.

Washington Mayor Vincent Gray called the incident a “horrific tragedy” and lauded police for their quick response.

Media outlets including CBS and the Associated Press, citing the Navy, said the number of dead had risen to six. Maj. Ed Buclatin, the public affairs chief for the Navy Installations Command, earlier had tweeted “four killed and eight injured.”

FLIGHTS: Airport resumes operations after Navy shooting

Janis Orlowsky, chief medical officer at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, said the hospital was treating three victims — a male D.C. police officer and two women.

She said the police officer had multiple gunshot wounds to his legs and was in surgery. One woman was shot in the shoulder, and the other in the head and hand. All are expected to survive, she said.

The hospital had been told to expect additional victims, Orlowsky said. “We’re pretty darned experienced at this.”

Rick Mason, a program management analyst who is a civilian for the Navy, said he was at the Navy Yard when a gunman began shooting from a fourth-floor overlook in the hallway outside his office. He said the gunman was aiming down at people in the building’s cafeteria on the first floor. Mason said he could hear the shots but could not see a gunman.

Mason said overhead speakers told workers to seek shelter and later to leave the building.

Patricia Ward, a logistics management specialist, said she was in the cafeteria. “I heard three shots — pow, pow, pow. Thirty seconds later I heard four more shots.”

Then panic, as people tried to get out of the cafeteria. “A lot of people were just panicking. There were no screams or anything because we were in shock.”

Dave Sarr, an environmental engineer, was walking down a nearby street when he saw people running from the Navy Yard. Sarr has seen an evacuation drill a few days earlier at the Navy Yard. “At first I thought it was another drill,” Sarr said. “Then I saw an officer with his weapon drawn.”

President Obama made a brief statement, describing the victims as “patriots” and promising a thorough investigation. “I made it clear to my team that I want the investigation to be seamless,” Obama said.

The first news broke with the Navy reporting on its Twitter feed that there was an “active shooter” at Building 197 at the Navy Yard, and that three shots had been fired at 8:20 a.m. ET. The Navy later reported deaths and injuries, but details remained fluid.

James Killingsworth, a mason from Frederick, Md., was working on rebuilding a historic wall about 100 yards from the Navy Yard entrance when he heard two gunshots. If there were any other shots, he said, they were immediately drowned out by wailing sirens.

“Everything they had, Secret Service, federal police, everyone came speeding down the street. I’ve never seen so many police in my life,” he said. “Scary morning.”

Flights at nearby Washington Reagan National Airport were disrupted, with all departures temporarily halted at the airport.

People exit a building with their hands up after a shooting on Sept. 16 at the Washington Navy Yard in Washington, D.C.

People exit a building with their hands up after a shooting on Sept. 16 at the Washington Navy Yard in Washington, D.C.  Alex Wong, Getty Images

The Navy Yard is located on the banks of the Anacostia River, a few blocks from the Nationals baseball stadium. It’s in an urban area where the development of new parks, shops and apartments has been ongoing.

The Washington Nationals baseball team had not determined whether Monday night’s game against the Atlanta Braves would be played. A parking lot at Nationals Stadium was being used as a site for families seeking to reunite with loved ones who work at the Navy Yard.

The city had not decided how long the area by the Navy Yard, including the baseball stadium, would remain closed to the public, said Keith St. Clair, communications director for the deputy mayor for public safety and justice.

Naval Sea Systems Command is the largest of the Navy’s five system commands and accounts for a quarter of the Navy’s entire budget. It builds, buys and maintains the Navy’s ships and submarines and their combat systems.

NAVSEA headquarters’ security requires guests to pass through turnstiles that are watched by security guards before entering. Visitors must also turn in their phones and other electronic recording devices upon entry.

Capt. Michael Graham, who works at NAVSEA, was running late this morning and by the time he arrived at work the base was already in a lockdown.

Graham said he had never seen a shelter-in-place drill in his five years at NAVSEA.

“I’ve never seen a shelter-in-place, I’ve seen the normal fire drills things like that, but never a shelter-in-place drill,” said Graham. “Normally the drills you have are to get out of the building.”

Marine Barracks Washington also put its base on a partial lockdown, only allowing Marines to leave if they were on official business, said Capt. Jack Norton, a base spokesman. A small contingent from Marine Barracks Washington’s Guard Company serves at the Navy Yard, Norton said.