Here we go... The first thing that brought up question of this report. "Authorities say the suspect, armed with an AK-47 assault rifle and dressed in black, appeared to have slipped into the Ronald McNair Discovery Learning Academy behind someone who had access to the building".
Correct me if I am wrong, but if someone is walking up to a school dressed in all black with a backpack on full of ammo and an AK-47, which must have been worn on his person or carried. Either way, he would have had to look very suspicious while trying to conceal that size of weapon.
The gunman barricaded himself inside an administrative office at Ronald E. McNair Discovery Learning Academy in Decatur, Ga. He forced an employee to call an Atlanta TV station to demand that it send a crew to "watch police die," according to WSB-TV.
Once in the school, the gunman didn't go on a killing spree. He didn't use the assault rifle as a scare tactic to gain further entrance either. According to the story, he only made it as far as the administrative office before he was done with his assault on the school and ready to go after police. Which really makes no sense at all. Why go into a school just to wait on police? If that was his motive, waiting for law enforcement near a police station would have warranted better results and less suspicion on account of the multiple people that would care less about someone that is causing no commotion or uneasy feelings.
Police returned fire after the man shot at them, Alexander said.
The gunman, who had several other firearms and ammunition, held at least two school employees hostage, Alexander said. The shooter was dressed entirely in black, according to police.
When he was taken into custody, the gunman said: "Iím sorry Ė Iím off my meds," a police officer involved in the arrest told WSB-TV in a televised interview.
Now he has magically acquired more firearms for an all out assault on police. Yet, he shot at the police, and they returned fire while the hostages were held captive in the same office. This is the last point I have time to talk about. A man that has hostages, multiple firearms, a backpack of ammunition, and apparently a blood lust for law enforcement does not fire 6 shots and turn himself in. Police also do not miss or call the situation safe until the gunman is dead or immobilized. Apparently the suspect must have just felt the need to quit attacking the police, which only minutes ago he had planned to kill in front of a TV crew.
Please elaborate on the ridiculous accusations and seemingly impossible facts that were reported by eyewitnesses, staff, and national media coverage. If you look through the lies that are considered an "event", between other media resources, you will find many things that are different in the MAIN components of this crime.
This is nothing more than another staged story hitting the headlines that is made with malicious intent to raise tension between the races. Enjoy and keep an eye out for more lies that will be considered tragic news.