Wednesday, September 18, 2013

The Washington Navy Yard Shooting Isn't About Gun Control. It's About Lunatic Control...

President Obama and democrats would like to use the Navy Yard shooting to revive gun control, but gun control clearly isn't the issue here. Like Newtown shooter Adam Lanza  and Tuscon shooter Jared Lee Loughner, Aaron Alexis appears to have been batsh*t crazy. Apparently, the Navy knew about this. The question isn't how he followed VP Joe Biden's advice and "Bought a Shotgun." The question is how he has a secret security clearance. It's time to revisit the policy of de-institutionalization of the mentally ill.

Via The Smoking Gun:
Six weeks before going on a killing spree at the Washington Navy Yard, Aaron Alexis told Rhode Island police that he was being followed by individuals who were using a "microwave machine" to send vibrations into his body that kept him from falling asleep, according to a bizarre police report.
On August 7, Alexis summoned Newport cops to a Marriott hotel where he was staying. During a 6:30 AM interview, the 34-year-old--who said he was a "naval contractor" who traveled often--told officers that voices were harassing him through a hotel wall, adding that he was fearful he could be harmed.
Alexis explained to police that he had previously gotten into an argument prior to boarding a plane in Virginia, and believed that the person with whom he quarreled had dispatched three individuals “to follow him and keep him awake by talking to him and sending vibrations into his body.” While he had not seen these individuals, Alexis said he “believes they are two black males and a black female.”

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