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Date Posted: 07:50:37 10/10/02 Thu
Author: Lark
Subject: or Re: Sniper strikes again?
In reply to: The Darkling 's message, "Sniper strikes again?" on 00:02:41 10/10/02 Thu

>The report also said that two men were seen driving
>away from the gas station in a white vehicle. Very
>possible that they are working in cahoots, ala Leopold
>and Loeb or Lake and Charles Ng. Either that or my
>first assessment holds and the shooter is younger than
>the typical profile and has to have someone to
>chaffeur him.
It could be that someone took advantage of the situation and killed the man for another reason, expecting they'd blame the sniper.

>Also noted in the report was: "The Post on Thursday
>reported that the tarot card also contained a
>handwritten request from the sniper that it not be
>revealed to the media. Sources said some detectives
>had hoped that if they honored the request, the sniper
>might communicate with investigators again. Tarot
>cards, used mainly for fortunetelling, are believed to
>have been introduced into western Europe by Gypsies in
>the 15th century. Many tarot enthusiasts say the Death
>card usually does not connote physical death, but
>instead portrays a symbolic change or transformation."
I'm one of (who I'm sure are) many people who wrote to CNN and ABC and MSN that they had the wrong assessment, I guess they figured they'd better clarify.

>It does appear that the sniper broke his own MO,
>shooting from the vehicle, at the school where it was
>reported there was matted grass, suggesting the gunman
>had lain in wait.
>Curiouser and curiouser.

mountaintops. Rockies. Watching soaring eagles.... yeah...

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