Processing the Rancho Tehama Shooting

At 5am on a Saturday, my UPLOAD speed has picked up a little so I thought I would try to upload this video I made Tuesday on the Rancho Tehama shooting spree.

links available after the break

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Mandalay Bay and Sutherland Springs: A Tale of Two Crime Scenes

Sutherland Springs is open to the public for tours while Mandalay Bay posts security at doors with no doorknobs to make sure no one gets onto the 32nd floor. Very different ways to handle crime scenes don’t you think?

A tip of the hat to Jason Goodman for his reporting on the Mandalay Bay hotel and trying to get on the 32nd floor.

[note: UPLOAD speed is now topping out at 3.13 Mbps. Dismal but slightly better than yesterday’s worst rate of .19. It took about an hour to upload this video. I’m not even that happy with the damn thing. Hope you enjoy.]

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Something Very Wrong with Official Story of the Sutherland Springs Church Shooting (AE video)

There is Something Very Wrong with Official Story of the Sutherland Springs Church Shooting

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: Go here to watch my video on this topic. It’s my Youtube channel. Enjoy it before they shut it down.

Let’s begin with this, a summary of the events laid out on the Wiki page:

At approximately 11:20 a.m. CST, Devin Patrick Kelley exited from a vehicle at a gas station across the street from the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs wearing black tactical gear, a ballistic vest, and a black face-mask featuring a white skull,[6] and wielding a AR-15 pattern Ruger AR-556 semi-automatic rifle.[7][8][9] He immediately fired in the direction of the church.[10] He crossed the street and approached the building from the right while firing, and continued to fire while entering the church building with worshipers attending regular Sunday service.[11] Inside, he yelled, “Everybody dies motherfuckers,” as he proceeded up and down the aisle and shot at people in the pews.[6][12] Police found 15 empty AR-15 magazines capable of holding 30 rounds each.[13][14][15] According to investigators, the shooting was captured on a camera set up at the back of the church to record regular services for uploading online. The footage shows Kelley methodically shooting the victims, pausing only to reload his rifle.[16]

As Kelley left the church, he was confronted by local resident and former NRA firearms instructor Stephen Willeford,[17] armed with an AR-15 pattern semi-automatic rifle. Willeford took cover behind a truck and shot Kelley twice.[18][19][20] Kelley dropped his rifle and fled in his Ford Explorer as Willeford fired several rounds through the vehicle’s window.[21][22] Willeford flagged down a passing pickup truck driven by Johnnie Langendorff, and they pursued Kelley at high speed for about five to seven minutes. According to Langendorff, they drove at speeds up to 95 miles (153 km) per hour.[23] During the chase, Kelley called his father to tell him that he was injured and thought that he would not survive.[20] Kelley lost control of his vehicle, and it hit a road sign and flipped before landing in a bar ditch in Guadalupe County, near the city of New Berlin.[24][25][26][27] Willeford and Langendorff observed that he was motionless, and police took over the scene when they arrived.[28] Police found Kelley dead in his car[25] with three gunshot wounds, including a self-inflicted head wound.[29] Two handguns were found in the vehicle: a Glock 9 mm and a Ruger .22-caliber, both of which Kelley had purchased.[30]

Do you see it? It’s staring you right in the face.

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Sutherland Springs Shooting: UPDATES and Sane Progressive WRONG AGAIN

Seems like the shooter in Sutherland was wearing a mask much like our Special Ops guys wear. So, no way at all to tie Devin’s dead body to that church… other than the testimony of our “heroes”

Plus… Debbie at Sane Progressive goes off yesterday, has to remove yet another video and today she gets one thing WRONG after another.

Like one commenter said on her Facebook video yesterday, seems her cheese has slipped off her cracker. She’s sounding more and more like a female Di$info Jone$ everyday.

Sutherland Springs Shooting: What We Know So Far.. and what we don’t (AE video)

Here we have the second mass casualty event in 5 weeks targeting the kinds of people who support Republicans in congress and the 2nd amendment. As expected, the MSM (and fake-Dem politicians) didn’t even wait 24 hours before calling for “common sense” gun control.

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Sutherland Springs Shooting: What We Know So Far

by Scott Creighton

The official story goes something like this:


Devin Patrick Kelley, 26, dressed head to toe in black tactical gear, shot dead 26 people and injured 24 others in Texas when he walked into First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs in Texas and opened fire on Sunday morning. Donald Trump had just touched down in Japan on his first of five visits with local leaders kicking off his 13-day tour in Asia.

Stephen Willeford, 55, a local plumber, saw Kelley enter the building and start firing (outside) so he retrieved his own rifle and fired at Kelley as he left the church. They exchanged gunfire as Kelley made his get-away in his SUV, dropping his weapon on the scene… the only weapon used in the attack.

“Hero” (there is always a “hero” or two) Johnnie Langendorff, just HAPPENED to be there at that moment and just HAPPENED to stop close enough to Willeford for him to tell Langendorff what happened and get him to chase Kelley in the SUV.

Langendorff was on the phone with police as they sped through the county making their way to the county line where SUPPOSEDLY Kelley “lost control” of his vehicle and crashed in a field where he either succumb to his injuries or took his own life.

Early reports stated Langendorff “forced him off the road” but in a later interview he said Kelley drove off the road on his own.

This was the scene when police arrived.

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