by Danny Guest
Editor’s Note: This is reprinted from The Daily Sheeple
The latest official gunman is Esteban Santiago the alleged killer of 5 people at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in January of 2017. “In November 2016, Esteban Santiago walked into the Anchorage FBI Field Office to report that his mind was being controlled by a U.S. intelligence agency,” a senior federal law enforcement official told Fox News. He said that “He didn’t want to hurt anyone” and that he felt he was “being forced to work for ISIS”.
Santiago told the F.B.I. he thought he was being mind controlled, possibly by the C.I.A. and admitted to hearing voices, which Santiago said told him to “watch extremist materials on the Internet,” the New York Times reports.
Five Other Cases
Jared Loughner of the 2011 shooting spree that reportedly killed six people and wounded 13, including congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, filed a lawsuit claiming he was “framed” and was “handpicked illegally to be a sleeper assassin.” He said that “the govt. put a chip in my head to control my mind.”
In 2012 James Holmes, the 24-year old suspect in the mass shooting of Batman “The Dark Knight Rises” movie in Aurora, Colorado that left 12 people dead and 58 injured, had several family ties to U.S. government-funded research centers. In fact Holmes was one of six recipients of a National Institutes of Health Neuroscience Training Grant at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Denver, and was intimately involved in mind control experiments.
More than a month before the Washington Navy Yard shooting, on August 7, 2013, Aaron Alexis reported to police that he was being stalked by unidentified individuals who followed him to three different motels, and these individuals were using some sort of “microwave machine” to send voices into his body and keeping him awake at night. It is interesting and potentially relevant that Alexis refused to tell police what the voices were instructing him to do. [A copy of the redacted police report can be downloaded in PDF format here].
The Baton Rouge Gunman Gavin Long, a former marine with a rich digital footprint, said in online posts and videos that he was being targeted by “a vast government conspiracy that watches and harasses everyday Americans.” He complained that he couldn’t sleep because he was ‘hearing voices’.
In March of 2016 a man who police say shot and killed six people in Kalamazoo, Mich., told officers that he was being controlled by the Uber app on his phone at the time of the rampage. When a police officer asked the Uber driver Jason Brian Dalton about the shooting, he told them that when he opened the company’s app, a symbol appeared that “would literally take over your whole body,” an officer wrote in his police report.
— Danny F. Quest is Co-Founder of TheTruther.us. He is working on two documentary films, “I love my country but hate what they are doing” and “30 days in Gaza.”
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