Visions of a Freeman - Brain Age - 24, May of 2014
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Fear about what BBC? :I Ah you mean about this?: … I can see the coincidences BBC of course...
Calif. campus gunman killed 3 people at home before shooting rampage, police say
Published May 24, 2014

The alleged gunman behind a mass shooting near the University of California, Santa Barbara campus late Friday first stabbed three of his housemates to death before embarking on the shooting rampage that left an additional four dead including the suspect, police say.

22-year-old Elliot Rodger, the son of Hollywood director Peter Rodger -- an assistant director on "The Hunger Games" films series -- was identified by police as the suspect in a press conference Saturday evening. Rodger had earlier been identified by his family, who said they believed Rodger was the shooter, and that they had called police weeks before about disturbing YouTube videos he had posted online.

The gunman was found dead of a gunshot wound to the head at the end of Friday's rampage that authorities say was an act of "premeditated mass murder."

13 people were injured, including one who has undergone surgery, following the shooting spree in the beachside community of Isla Vista, Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown said.

The gunman got into two gun battles before crashing into a parked car. Deputies found the lone suspect dead, and authorities said it had appeared he had died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Brown said the suspect had more than 400 rounds of unspent ammunition in his car.

At a news conference, Brown called it a "chaotic, rapidly unfolding convoluted incident" that involved multiple crime scenes.

Fox News confirmed that several of the dead were killed at a sorority house.

Authorities had had three contacts with Rodgers in the past year, including one case in which he claimed to be beaten but deputies suspected he was the aggressor. On April 30, officials went to his Isla Vista apartment again to check on him at the request of his family. But deputies reported back that he was shy, polite and said the Santa Barbara community college student had been having a difficult social life, Brown said.

An attorney for Rodger's family say they called police several weeks ago after being alarmed by YouTube videos "regarding suicide and the killing of people."

The lawyer said police conducted an investigation and interviewed the young man but did not find a history of guns, but did say the man had trouble making friends.

This was a premeditated mass murder, “ Brown said. He called the killer "severely mentally disturbed."

At a press conference early Saturday Brown said that investigators were familiar with a video Elliot Rodger posted on YouTube video titled "Retribution" KEYT-TV reported on its website.

In a rambling rant, the Rodger promises to take revenge on sorority girls who had rejected him over the years. "Tomorrow is a day of retribution," he says into the camera while sitting in the driver's seat of a luxury car.

The "Retribution" YouTube video was posted the day before the shooting, the Santa Barbara Independent said Saturday. In the video Rodger laments his life of “loneliness, rejection, and unfulfilled desires.” He blames women for throwing themselves at “obnoxious brutes” but rejecting him, “the supreme gentlemen.”

The shootings began around 9:27 p.m. Friday when the driver began spraying bullets at people in a beachfront neighborhood near the Santa Barbara campus called Isla Vista.

Sheriff’s deputies attended to several victims as they were gathering suspect information and hearing reports of additional shots fired in several other areas of Isla Vista, the Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Office said in a press release.

The statement said at one point sheriff deputies exchanged gunfire with the suspect who fled in his vehicle.

Seconds later the suspect was again spotted by another deputy and another exchange of gunfire occurred,” the press release said.

The suspect tried to flee and crashed into a parked vehicle. When deputies approached the suspect, he was dead from an apparent gunshot wound. A semi-automatic handgun was recovered.

A student told KEYT station he saw shots from a BMW fatally striking one woman and critically injuring another woman.

"I heard shots, scream, pain," Michael Vitak said. "All emotions. I hope she is going to be fine."

A visibly shaken student told the station she was approached by the driver of a black BMW who flashed a handgun and asked "Hey, what's up?" The student, who didn't provide her full name, said she thought he was carrying an airsoft gun and kept walking. She said seconds later, she felt something buzz by her head and quickly realized they were bullets.

Kathrin Schirazi Rad got a call from her 21-year-old son, Adrian Timothy Petersson, who told her in a shaky voice that he had been knocked off his skateboard by a BMW being chased by police about 9 p.m. Friday. He hurt his shoulder, but he went home after being checked by first responders to the scene.

"He was in shock," said Rad, who lives in Sweden. "He saw some plastic bags and said somebody must have died."

The school said counseling services are available for students throughout the night and emergency housing has been set up for students who have been displaced.

"I am shocked and deeply saddened by the news of a mass shooting last night in the Isla Vista area near UC Santa Barbara," University of California President Janet Napolitano said in a statement.

The community has experienced other tragedies in the past.

In 2001, the son of "Ally McBeal" TV director Daniel Attias ran down four pedestrians with his car on a crowded Isla Vista street. Witnesses testified that part-time college student David Attias got of the car and shouted: "I am the angel of death."

David Attias was ruled insane after he was convicted of second-degree murder and is locked up in a state mental hospital.

Calif. shooting suspect feared police would discover his plan weeks before rampage
Published May 25, 2014

The 22-year-old man suspected of fatally stabbing three of his housemates before carrying out a mass shooting near the University of California, Santa Barbara late Friday feared that police would discover his murderous plan when they contacted him last month.

Elliot Rodger, the son of Hollywood director Peter Rodger -- an assistant director on "The Hunger Games" films series -- was identified by police as the suspect in a press conference Saturday evening. The gunman killed three people in the shooting spree in the beachside community of Isla Vista and injured 13 others before he was found dead in his car of a gunshot wound to the head.

The rampage occurred hours after authorities said Rodger warned in a YouTube video that he would kill all who had wronged him.

Police went to Rodger's apartment April 30 to conduct a wellness check after being contacted by members of Rodger's family who were concerned about disturbing videos he had posted on YouTube. Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown said that deputies had reported back that Rodger was shy, polite and said the Santa Barbara community college student had been having a difficult social life.

In a 141-page manifesto that police discovered in Rodger's apartment Saturday, the suspect says that he told the police that the videos were a misunderstanding, but adds "If they had demanded to search my room ... That would have ended everything. For a few horrible seconds I thought it was all over."

Rodger claimed in his manifesto that he had begun considering his rampage on New Year's Day of this year. The shooting was supposed to be carried out in April, but Rodger had pushed it back due to illness.

An attorney for Rodger's family said earlier Saturday that they believed Rodger had been the shooter and acknowledged that they had called police weeks before about disturbing YouTube videos concerning "regarding suicide and the killing of people."

Deputies wounded him during two separate shootouts as he sped through Isla Vista, leaving a trail of bloodshed that ended with Rodger apparently shooting himself in the head before crashing his black BMW crashing into a parked car, Brown said.

Of the thirteen people who were injured, eight were injured by gunshots, four were hit by Rodger's car and one suffered a minor injury whose exact cause was not clear yet.

Deputies found three semi-automatic handguns with 400 unspent rounds in his black BMW. All were purchased legally.

Authorities had had three contacts with Rodgers in the past year, including one case in which he claimed to be beaten but deputies suspected he was the aggressor.

Brown called the tragedy "the work of a madman" and said the videotape posted by Rodger the night of the killings is a "particularly chilling one, in which he looks at the camera and talks about what he is about to do."

In the YouTube video, Rodger sits in a car and looks at the camera, laughing often, and says he is going to take his revenge against humanity. He describes loneliness and frustration because "girls have never been attracted to me," and says, at age 22, he is still a virgin. The video, which is almost seven minutes long, appears scripted.

"I'll take great pleasure in slaughtering all of you. You will finally see that I am, in truth, the superior one, the true alpha male," he says on the video.

Police described how he spent 10 minutes traveling from one location to another and opened fire on random people after leaving a gruesome scene at his apartment, where three men were stabbed to death.

Earlier Saturday, Shifman issued a statement saying Peter Rodger believed his son, Elliot Rodger, was the shooter. It was unclear how the son would have obtained a gun. The family is staunchly against guns, he added.

"The Rodger family offers their deepest compassion and sympathy to the families involved in this terrible tragedy. We are experiencing the most inconceivable pain, and our hearts go out to everybody involved," Shifman said.

Richard Martinez said his son Christopher Michael-Martinez, 20, was killed in the shooting. He blamed politicians and gun-rights proponents. "When will this insanity stop? ... Too many have died. We should say to ourselves `not one more,"' he said.

The shootings started around 9:30 p.m. in Isla Vista, a roughly half-square-mile community next to UC Santa Barbara's campus and picturesque beachside cliffs.

Alexander Mattera, 23, said his friend Chris Johnson was walking out of an improv comedy show when he was shot in front of a popular pizza place. He stumbled into a nearby house.

"He walked into these random guys' house bleeding," he said.

Mattera was sitting at a bonfire with friends when at least one gunshot whizzed overhead. The friends ran for cover when they heard the barrage of gunfire.

"We heard so many gunshots. It was unbelievable. I thought they were firecrackers," he said.

Isla Vista, which is centered on university life with outdoor cafes, bike shops, burger joints, sororities and fraternities, was shrouded in fog and unusually quiet Saturday.

Police tape crisscrossed Isla Vista streets, while blood was still visible on the asphalt. Bullet holes pierced windows of a parked car and the IV Deli Mart. A small shrine of flowers was growing outside the business, whose floors inside were stained with blood. For much of the day, the wrecked BMW driven by the shooter remained on the street, its windshield smashed in and its driver's door wide open.

UC Santa Barbara senior Kyley Scarlet said she heard the BMW smash to a halt outside a house she was in. Scarlet, who is a former sorority president, said two women from a sorority next door were killed on the lawn of Alpha Phi, where a pile of flowers grew on Saturday. The women who were killed were in the Delta, Delta, Delta sorority.

Crying students wandered up to the spot, shook their heads and hugged each other.

Scarlet said a third sorority member was wounded there as well.

Scarlet said she was very disturbed by the video describing his anger at sorority girls.

"It's hard thinking my actions, being part of a sorority, led him to do this," she said. "When I saw that video, I was shaking and crying."

In a statement, the university said it was "shocked and saddened" that several students were shot.

"This is almost the kind of event that's impossible to prevent and almost impossible to predict," UC President Janet Napolitano told reporters after giving the commencement speech at Laney College in Oakland, California.

Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown offered his condolences to the victims' families, saying he was saddened to learn "of this senseless tragedy."

The Rodger family is not ready to speak publicly yet, but wants to cooperate fully with police, Shifman said.

"My client's mission in life will be to try to prevent any such tragedies from ever happening again," he said. "This country, this world, needs to address mental illness and the ramifications from not recognizing these illnesses."

But let Me tell you something BBC XD And UNDERSTAND IT you ASSHOLE :I If you have the brains for it. XD

As long as big crime CONTINUES to be so ENORMOUSLY PROFITABLE for the Media Industry those massacres will NOT STOP.

Because it is crime investment by CRIMINAL MEDIA. :I Notice that case had to do with MIND CRIME as well.

Now, who ever kills for immense profit has to have a huge amount of media to make it profitable. That point 1.

That it has coincidences with Me, just a fetish :I LOL! Just an excuse. Just a love for danger or maybe just a...

desperate attempt to find a reason to kill, when killing is the multimillionaire business. :I You see BBC...

You CRIMINAL MOTHER FUCKER shit eater and Human Decay Institution, Death is your GREATEST PROFIT.

and there is not going to be a cease in horrible crime as long as people can invest in MURDER. :I Let's be realistic

A corrupt psychologist maybe charges 1 million $? :I Could be. Ok you and your friends invest 1 million bucks.

You find someone weak minded, mince his brain, he goes on a killing rampage like that case. :I

The end result is that YOU and your CRIMINAL FRIENDS BBC, win DOZENS OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS for the hit.

You cause a tremendous, HUGE DAMAGE to society & it's mental health as well. Increasing crime in society and drug...

abuse. Specially true in assholes like you BBC that have friends at the Sinaloa Cartel in Mexico.

So all you assholes BBC win dozens of millions of $$$ for each hit, and invested just 1 million bucks :I

You think it is going to change at all if I did not exist? Pff! LOL! Don't be ridiculous! You'd keep killing anyway!

Simply because it is very profitable. Simply because human massacres are your favourite & profitable stories. :I

So be afraid of what BBC? :I It's going to continue as long as massacres continue to be such a lucrative business.

You know the best way to stop them? :I Taking you and your asshole friends TO JAIL!!! Yep. And outlawing crime $$$

That it is inspired by Me or a coincidence to Me... :I Pff, just one more excuse in the mind of a Psychopath like you

As long as massacres continue to be so lucrative, they are not going to stop. I understand that is "normal".

Terrorist Capital, to call it some way. Greater the tragedy, the better for you BBC, because you are a MASS MURDERER!

So Me be scared? XD Nah. Gets boring even :I I did not start this yesterday BBC, I have a +decade in this.

If it's not a batman massacre its a missing plane, or a fort massacre, or a hunger games massacre, or a Boston...

massacre, or a Boko Haram :I Dude, hey BBC... I GOT USED TO IT BY NOW. Hello! XD LOL! Daily Routine :I

And it will continue, with or without Me, as long as great human tragedy is great commercial profit.

That is why in Academic Media there is no profit from crime, thus no inducing to drugs see BBC? :I

And that is why you have to go to jail, or better yet, ROT IN HELL. My GENOCIDAL mate. :I Baby eater.
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That is why: Academic Media is the solution.

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