We're so glad could attend,
come inside, come inside
There behind a glass
stands a real blade of grass
Be careful as you pass,
move along, move along
Straight from the latest Batman comic book and soon to be movie comes the ruling by the judge in the Aurora psyops that James Holmes may have to undergo a "narcoanalytic interview," that is truth serum, to confirm if he's crazy. Sure, just ask while he's doped up. I'm sure he'll say yes. He's been drugged so long now a little more of the big pharma creations can't hurt. Holmes' ever changing crazy visual appearance each time he comes to court is a good ploy too,
Of course the script has always been that Holmes can never go to a jury trial. That would be risky and keep the questions coming. Somewhere along the line James will either be found incompetent to stand trial and locked up for more 'treatment' or he will die.
Let's check the scorecard once more.
Sikh temple patsy...dead...no trial. checkNo trial means no evidence, or lack of evidence, will ever have to be presented before a jury. The guns and mental illness meme get to stay intact and whatever agenda the powers that be are manipulating rolls on.
Sandy Hook patsy...dead...no trial. check check
Aurora theater patsy...good as dead if in a mental facility forever chemically altered...no trial. check check check
Lindsey Lowe is on trial for first degree murder in the killing of her newborn twins. She never told anyone she was pregnant, not a doctor, her very 'religious' parents, sister, friends or fiancee who was not even the father. How do I put this gently, well I don't think I can, she was so fat no one noticed.
The trial is being broadcast on TV and streamed on the internet. We watched the first day in large part because Lindsey's lawyer is an old high school classmate of mine and I'll admit it was intriguing, better than most TV shows. There's a confession video to be shown tomorrow. She admitted she killed the babies by smothering them and then put the boys in a clothes basket where her mother found them when Lindsey went merrily on her way to work the next day.
The defense lawyers are going to have to sway the jury to believe she was under the spell of a mental illness...a “dissociative state of mind.” There will be some doctors to testify to try and back this up.
What would really make this trial interesting is if Lindsey was on some SSRI drugs the whole time. It's not yet been brought up that she was but if so, the lawyers could just possibly take this defense to the bank (lawyer pun intended). We'll see if that happens.
While on the subject of crazed, Richard has an article on one that is the real deal. David S. Cohen. Don't click on the link if you are easily scared by photos of psychopaths.
As usual, crazy or not...here we come.