It is being reported that today, a lone white gunman entered a Sikh Temple in a Milwaukee suburb, and opened fire. Killing 7 and injuring 3 (including a police officer). Before being killed himself, by police.
Just like in the Colorado shooting, conflicting eye witness reports are now coming out about this story as well.
TEMPLE SHOOTING “4 SHOOTERS”
“Very well coordinated, Wasn’t haphazard, Releasing of Gas” – Sikh Temple Shooting witness
Regardless of both witness statements of multiple shooters, police in Wisconsin are calling the shooting at a Sikh temple an act of lone “domestic terrorism.”
“During a news conference on Sunday afternoon, Police Chief John Edwards said he could not provide the names and ages of the victims.
He said police are treating the shooting as an act of “domestic terrorism,” which is an act of terrorism perpetrated by someone within the confines of the United States.
“It’s not from another country,” Edwards said. “It’s from within the United States.”
Because it is considered an act of domestic terrorism, the FBI will be aiding in the investigation, said Edwards.”
After seeing this story, I am left wondering. Not just how many of these shootings are going to go on. But how many times are the official narratives of a “lone shooter” going to be conflicted by eye witness reports? And more importantly how long it is it going to take for the general population to catch on to the fact that the official stories do not match witness reports in any way?