Archive for January, 2017

Shooter Captured Claims He Was Forced Under ‘Mind Control’ By CIA

Shooter Captured Claims He Was Forced Under ‘Mind Control’ By CIA

Fort Lauderdale Airport Gunman Says Government Controlled His Mind


An Iraq war veteran is accused of killing five people at an airport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Friday.

(yn) Esteban Santiago 26 was taken into custody immediately following the shooting, questioned at length and was expected to face federal charges in the shooting rampage, said George Piro, a special agent in charge of the FBI’s office in Miami.

Authorities said Santiago had suffered from psychological problems and he had told them his mind was being controlled. His family and close friends also said he had ‘changed’ since returning from Iraq.

A federal law enforcement official said Santiago had entered an FBI office in Anchorage back in November behaving erratically and was turned over to local police who took him to a mental facility for evaluation.

He told FBI agents that his mind was being controlled by a US intelligence agency who were wanted him to join ISIS and who forced him to watch videos by the terrorist group.

Press TV reports:

Authorities said Santiago, an Iraq war veteran, suffered from psychological problems and had complained that the US government was controlling his mind

Santiago retrieved a semi-automatic handgun from his checked luggage and began firing indiscriminately after arriving in Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport from Alaska.

“After he claimed his bag, he went into the bathroom and loaded the gun and started shooting,” Broward County Commissioner Chip LaMarca said.

One witness said the attacker kept shooting until he ran out of ammunition for his handgun.

The airport remains closed and planes scheduled to land there have been diverted to other airports in Florida.

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New York cops roasted over ‘disgusting’ house fire selfie

Two Long Island police officers are under fire after being caught on camera posing for a selfie outside a burning home in the suburb of Uniondale in New York.

Video footage of the smiling officers, who haven’t been named, caused outrage among neighbors who described the act as “disgusting.” The home was completely destroyed in the blaze on Thursday, although no injuries were reported.

“It’s disgusting. I don’t like that because it shows no concern about the people in the neighborhood,” a neighbor said. “People in the neighborhood just lost a house, and you’re going to sit there taking selfies.”

Moments after the police had taken the time to pose for their photo, another officer is seen asking an onlooker to stop taking selfies and leave the scene, adding further fuel to the fire of outrage.

“The contents of this video are very concerning to the department and are currently under investigation,” said Nassau County Police Department’s acting Police Commissioner Thomas Krumpter. “If these officers are found to be in violation of any department rules and regulations, they will be appropriately disciplined.”

The owner of the house, an NYPD police sergeant, told NBC 4 New York, however, he doesn’t think the officers did anything wrong: “I’m not taking any offense. I’m not offended at all by this.”

Eighty-six-year-old next door neighbor Emma Zaccarini doesn’t think the officers should be punished for their selfie either. Moments before the selfie, the two officers helped the wheelchair user escape her home.


New York cops roasted over ‘disgusting’ house fire selfie