Stephen: I found this very big question mark hanging over Monday’s shooting at the naval base in Washington on a couple of sites and both led me to this same story on what appears to be the Kelowna Daily Courier, an online newspaper based in British Columbia, Canada,
What’s bizarre, and causing people to cry ”false flag’ so easily, is that it appears that this story on the Washington shooting was posted at 23.31 (11.31pm) on Sunday September 15, 2013 (see actual dateline above). Yet the shooting occurred at around 8.20am on Monday September 16, 2013.
Now, it is possible that it was picked up from the Associated Press files that were coming from a country where the time zone was a day ahead (such as Australia?) . But even so, it seems very odd that the time code for the actual post on this Canadian paper’s website would have a date and time several hours before the shooting took place… So was this a case of an early posting of a pre-prepared announcement for yet another a pre-planned false flag event?
Meanwhile, here’s the story as it ran:
Police, FBI: Shooter Reported in Military Building at Washington Navy Yard; Multiple Victims
By Eric Tucker And Brett Zongker, The Associated Press – Sunday, 15 September 2013 23:31
Take a look for yourself here: http://www.kelownadailycourier.ca/world-news/police-fbi-shooter-reported-in-military-building-at-washington-navy-yard-multiple-victims.html#
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.