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Did You See These Shooter Photos from Barry Chamish?

Look at the chin area... most of the photos they are releasing are from high school. He is a senior. someone" says is a VT newspaper writer, let's then get his identity, The captured person shown reflects a person who has been under grave stress ---not a college reporter. College reporter, where are you?  I mean college reporter with the same growth under the chin.
 
If I don't see discussion of valid concerns and issues at all, then those that conquered us have FULL control. They can do what they please. They have proven it (time and time again) and thus they will do what those German soldiers were obviously standing ready to do -- Bush will say read my lips YOU ARE A CONQUERED NATION AND PEOPLE AND I AM YOUR RULER. OBEY OR DIE.
 
Most Americans will ask whether they will still be allowed to watch American idol. Bush will say of course, until its time to say good bye.



The most detail comes from the Chicago Tribune, which reports that Cho left a note in his dorm railing against "rich kids," "debauchery" and "deceitful charlatans" on campus. He died with the words "Ismail Ax" scrawled in red ink on one of his arms. (If you know what that means, let us know). http://blog.wired.com/27bstroke6/2007/04/cho_seunghui_le.html


 

From Homeland Security...
 
note the highlighted part
 
Virginia Tech Shooter Identified - Cho Seung-Hui

Cho Seung-Hui, a permanent resident of the United States, a Korean national and a Virginia Tech student has been identified as the gunman in the shootings that left 33 people dead on the Virginia Tech campus.

The student left a disturbing note before killing two people in a dorm room, returning to his own room to re-arm and entering a classroom building on the other side of campus to continue his rampage, sources said.

Seung-Hui's identity has been confirmed with a positive fingerprint match on the guns used in the rampage and with immigration materials. It is believed that he was the shooter in both incidents yesterday. Sources say Seung-Hui was carrying a backpack that contained receipts for a March purchase of a Glock 9 mm pistol, sources said.

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http://www.nationalterroralert.com/updates/2007/04/17/virginia-tech-shooter-identified-cho-seung-hui/

 Ehrlich: Again the photos below I do not believe you will find now anywhere...That a back pack and the person is looking right at the officer holding the gun.




Ehrlich: From where I sit it is CHO in all the photos...Ismail Ax was a name no doubt he used since others could never say his legal name correctly and perhaps he penned his writings under the name. I am getting the impression that he should have used the name Oswald.

Ehrlich: Why would he write Ismail Ax on his arm?  In closing, who would not expect cable news to at least cover, interview, mention the person in the above photos?

 

 

 

 
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