Saturday, May 24, 2014

Another shooting; another connection to Sandy Hook. This time in California

He was the son of the co--director, Peter Rodgeres of the movie Hunger Games, which was written by an author Suzanne Collins who lived in Sandy Hook, CT. Just what is in that water?

There are at least 7 dead after a gunman went on a drive-by shooting rampage in Santa Barbara, near the University of California.
 According to Fox News, authorities say that the attacker is included in the death toll, and that the shooting occurred near the student enclave of the school.
 The gunman, a 22-year-old named Elliot Rodger, was said to have been driving a black BMW, and was alone at the scene, and seven other people were wounded on top of the seven who were killed. One had to have surgery for “life-threatening injuries.”
The site reports: Brown said written and videotaped preliminary evidence indicates that this was a “premeditated mass murder. Brown said the suspect exchanged gunfire with deputies and then drove off and crashed into a park car. Deputies found the suspect inside the BMW dead from a gunshot wound to the head. The sheriff said he did not know if the suspect was shot and killed by deputies or if the wound was self-inflected. A semiautomatic handgun was recovered from the scene. There is speculation by authorities that Rodger is the son of Peter Rodger, who is the associate director of The Hunger Games. Does he not seem like he's reading a script?

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