Dayton, Ohio Shooter Connor Betts & Multiple People Dead! Police Have Confirmed

(UPDATE ON SHOOTER) AUG 4, 2019 3:31PM - Police have named Connor Betts, 24, of Bellbrook, Ohio, as the suspected gunman in a mass shooting that killed 9 people and injured 27 more in Dayton, just after 1:00 a.m. local time, the Associated Press confirmed.

(BREAKING NEWS) DAYTON, OHIO OREGON DISTRICT - There are reports of an active shooter and mass shooting at Ned Peppers bar in Dayton, Ohio just hours after a gunman in El Paso, Texas shot and killed 20 people at a Walmart. At least seven people may be dead in Dayton, and authorities referred to it as a “mass casualty incident” on the scanner.

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We've now learned the names of the nine victims from Sunday's mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio:

• The shooter's sister, Megan Betts, 22
• Lois L. Oglesby, 27
• Saeed Saleh, 38
• Derrick R. Fudge, 57
• Logan M. Turner, 30
• Nicholas P. Cumer, 25
• Thomas J. McNichols, 25
• Beatrice N. Warren-Curtis, 36
• Monica E. Brickhouse, 39

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PATRICK CRUSIUS El Paso, Texas Shooters Manifesto

(UPDATE) After The El Paso, Texas Shooting today in Walmart here is some things we know about Patrick Crusius

A picture of the 21 Year Old El Paso, Tx Shooter

Below is his Manifesto explaining why he did it…

(GSNEWS Opinion) Our thoughts and prayers are with the families who have been victims to this sick individual. There is no reason to deliberately go out seeking people to kill. We also can’t blame guns for this as its not the gun but the individual behind them with a sick mind. Im sure there will be many democrats crying over what happened and saying we need gun control but just know that this is an issue brought on by MANY things that are being tucked away & not talked about. Until these things are solved it will not stop no matter how much we want it too.

Gunman ARMED AK-47 In El Paso, Texas Walmart, 18 Shot!

El Paso police said they have reports of multiple shooters.

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Rep. Veronica Escobar and presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke expressed their sympathy at the news of the shooting.

O’Rourke asked everyone to “please follow all directions of emergency personnel as we continue to get more updates.”

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Hundreds Of BEES Drop Dead Around 5G TOWERS In California

The super fast broadband has sparked controversy since rolling out this year, with health experts claiming it could have serious side effects on humans.

And there are now claims online that bees could also be affected after a video went viral. The clip – taken in Sierra Madre, California - shows the lifeless bodies of the bees lying on the ground. Philip Sites claimed they were spotted between two 5G poles – about 40ft apart.

“They have these things and they don’t even know if they’re safe for people,” he said in his video. “But I can tell you they’re not safe for our environment because it is killing bees all over the place.” He later claimed that “as I got further from the radius of the poles there were no more bees”. More than 54,000 people have seen the clip since it was posted to YouTube on July 15.

Many viewers were horrified by the sight, with one saying: “Oh my God, thank you for documenting this.” Read the article here

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Hundreds Of BEES Drop Dead Around 5G TOWERS In California

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Bees falling out of sky around 2 5G poles - Original Video Phillip Sites

US Military Conducting Wide-Area Surveillance Tests Using Experimental High-Altitude Balloons

Article (The Guardian) The high-altitude balloons promise a cheap monitoring platform that could follow multiple cars and boats for extended periods.

The US military is conducting wide-area surveillance tests across six midwest states using experimental high-altitude balloons, documents filed with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) reveal. Up to 25 unmanned solar-powered balloons are being launched from rural South Dakota and drifting 250 miles through an area spanning portions of Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin and Missouri, before concluding in central Illinois.

Traveling in the stratosphere at altitudes of up to 65,000ft, the balloons are intended to “provide a persistent surveillance system to locate and deter narcotic trafficking and homeland security threats”, according to a filing made on behalf of the Sierra Nevada Corporation, an aerospace and defense company. READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE

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