Thursday, April 19, 2007

What Sort Of Relationship Did The Government Have With Cho?

That they would have files on him. Glen Greenwald points out an interesting passage buried in an ABC report on the Virginia Tech shootings:

"Some news accounts have suggested that Cho had a history of antidepressant use, but senior federal officials tell ABC News that they can find no record of such medication in the government's files. This does not completely rule out prescription drug use, including samples from a physician, drugs obtained through illegal Internet sources, or a gap in the federal database, but the sources say theirs is a reasonably complete search."

Just like in all the other high profile, media frenzied shootings, we aren't being told the truth nor the whole story. I can't pretend to figure out what really went on with all the strangeness and inconsistencies, but I do resonate with Kurt Nimmo on the event:

"..the largest massacre in American history, carried out on the campus of a prestigious engineering school, will certainly jack up the fear ratio—to say nothing of launch yet another salvo at the Bill of Rights, two things certain to please our control freak rulers.
Cui bono?"


Anonymous Anonymous said...


19/4/07 11:19 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home

Cost of the War in Iraq
(JavaScript Error)
To see more details, click here.