Two sources are now contradicting the official version of Sunday’s terrible shooting in a Sikh temple in Wisconsin which took the lives of seven people, including the alleged gunman, former U.S. Army psy-op specialist, Wade Michael Page.
Paul Joseph Watson reports for Infowar.com, August 5, 2012, that the first source is an eyewitness to the shooting who says that a team of four men dressed in black carried out the massacre.
Videotaped speaking with the Associated Press, the eyewitness stated (at the 0:10 mark) that “Between ten and ten-thirty, four white males who were dressed darkly, dressed in all black clothing, came in and opened fire on our congregation.”
A second source is corroborating the eyewitness’ account.
A man whose parents were victims of the shooting told a TV reporter that his parents told him there were “multiple shooters” involved in a “coordinated” attack.
Paul Joseph Watson observes that:
“Just like the ‘Batman’ massacre, after which eyewitnesses clearly stated that James Holmes had an accomplice, today’s tragedy in Oak Creek is already throwing up questions that may suggest a wider plot. [...]
With the federal government already labeling the shootings a “domestic terror incident,” the narrative is already being manufactured to blame the tragedy on conservatives and libertarians, as well as demonizing the second amendment.
President Barack Obama is already positioning himself to politically exploit the incident. Top Democratic strategists have previously welcomed the prospect of domestic terror incidents as a means of boosting Obama’s poll numbers and helping him re-connect with the American people.”
Read more about the U.S. military’s psychological operations (PSYOP), here.