If it all seems too unbelievable, that’s probably because it is…
The world was led to believe by US media and government authorities that a ‘mass shooting’ was carried out by yet another deranged , only after reports had initially stated there was a second shooter on several CBS and ABC affiliates. As evidence emerged out of the ‘boiler rooms’ of media halls, mainstream correspondents began selling the public on this latest tragic shooting in America.
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