Ex-Alabama prof won't be tried in brother's death
This Feb. 13, 2010, file booking photo provided by the Huntsville, Ala., Police Department shows college professor Amy Bishop, charged with capital murder in the Feb.
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#1 Sep 28, 2012
So, she gets away with it again.
#2 Oct 2, 2012
The Unanswered Questions of this Case:
--0f the 12 people in the conference room at the time of the shooting, three are dead, two were seriously injured and might not remember much, which leaves seven witnesses. 0nly one of these, a Professor Moriarity, has been publicly interviewed and has identified Bishop as the shooter. Where are the other interviews of survivors, and why haven't three of the unharmed witnesses even been identified?
--Why did Amy Bishop repeatedly say "[b]It didn't happen. There's no way .... they are still alive[/b]" in the first interviews after her arrest? What did she mean by that?
--In the first hours after the shooting, the local newspapers website posted a photo of another person being led away in handcuffs from the scene. Who was this person, and why do commentators who did see this photo say it looked like a man wearing women's clothing? Why was he/she carrying 'shells' in her/his pockets? Where did they come from? What caliber were they? Did they smell like they had recently been fired? Were all the expended shells from the shooting recovered at the crime scene?
--Is there any of the ubiquitous video evidence that is everywhere nowadays that places her at the scene? None has been released.
--Was Gun Shot Residue evidence found on her hands? Were her fingerprints found on the weapon recovered? Did the recovered weapon smell like it had recently been fired? Can all the slugs and expended shell cases be traced back to the weapon allegedly used?
--What was the motive? They have implied that Amy Bishop was angry over being denied tenure, but officially speaking they did not posit any motive. What did Amy herself have to say?
--Since her arrest, Amy Bishop was never given the opportunity to tell her side of the story. Yet there are always two sides to any story. Why haven't we heard hers?
--Why does the only witness to testify publicly on what happened in that conference room continue to say that she heard the weapon 'click' after it jammed, when any person who's ever tried to clear a jam in a semi-automatic knows you can't move the trigger, much less make it go 'click?'
--After dropping her weapon and jacket into a bathroom, Bishop is alleged to have walked into a lab class and asked to borrow a cell phone from a colleague. Why is this person never identified, or ask if Bishop appeared nervous, excited, flushed, etc? Is it just coincidence that the person arrested carrying 'shells' was described as a lab student of Amy Bishop?
#3 Oct 4, 2012
What the hell do ya think yer doin'? That teachin lady did it!
#4 Oct 4, 2012
The entire point of my post was that there is not very much solid evidence that 'that teachin' lady' did it.
#5 Oct 4, 2012
I worked for a company that sold million dollar high-technology laboratory equipment to the UA Huntsville research laboratory Amy Bishop operated. She had discovered and was on the verge of patenting a nano molecule that would naturally (using solar photonic energy) break down H20 (water) into Hydrogen & Oxygen. Another nano molecule transmuted the Hydrogen (H2) into high-octane gasoline by naturally (again using solar photonic energy) absorbing excess carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to create the complex molecular hydrocarbon chain.
On the same day she emailed her patent applications to the Washington DC patent offices, someone at the "Big Oil Mafia" got word of her research, and in an anonymous phone call that afternoon, threatened to "take her out" if she didn't immediately rescind her patent submission and immediately stop the research. She ignored them and kept right on going.
Days later, she was scheduled to be in an administrative meeting that she was told would triple her support and funding. It was really being held, unknown to Amy, to let her know that her research was being shut down and that she was fired. They told her the meeting was 15 minutes after it was actually scheduled. She never made it to that meeting. She was "setup" to be 15 minutes late for that meeting. SHE was with ME in the lab the whole time. She could not have done what she's accused of.
I believe that operatives from the Big Oil Mafia came into the building that day and killed those people. Afterwards they planted the gun and called local authorities. Amy was setup to take the fall. After they hauled her away, dozens of men in black suits driving a fleet of black SUV's came to UA Huntsville, headed straight to her office and labs, and took all computers, lab equipment, every last shred of paper. They didn't leave until the room was 100% empty, then they drove away to Lord knows where.
Since the shooting, "authorities" have kept her in total isolation in jail, drugged up on Thorazine that they put in her food, with her "fake" team of lawyers pleading guilty while she sits behind bars in a haze. I believe that they must have got to the survivors of the meeting, and somehow brainwashed them. THERE IS NO OTHER EXPLANATION.
What a waste of a great mind. On par with Nicola Tesla. And shut down in her prime, just like Tesla. She was about to release to the world a method of converting ordinary tap water in gasoline using sunlight using nano molecular DNA enhanced bacteria. Now all of her years of research are locked away in a vault who knows where, and we pay nearly $4.00 per gallon. Filling up a 40-gallon gas tank on a Chevrolet Suburban in Venezuela costs $3.50... in Norway it's $400.00. You do the math!
#6 Oct 4, 2012
Just like all other scientist and inventors running cars on water or developing boilers fueled with nickle/hydrogen (LENR technology), she's gonna soon turn up dead. They'll probably set it up as a jailhouse suicide... they'll find her hanging by that good ole bed sheet - works every time.
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