Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Giffords Shooter Was JEWISH; 30 Minute Response Time? Something's Amiss

No wonder the Zionist owned MSM was Reporting Non-Stop and Only Mentioning the Wounded Jewish Congresswoman, her dead Jewish aide and the Little Girl Born on 9/11, they didn't want you to know the Killer is Jewish
Arizona Shooter Jared Loughner is Jewish

Tierney believes that Loughner was very interested in pushing people's buttons—and that may have been why he listed Hitler's Mein Kampf as one of his favorite books on his YouTube page. (Loughner's mom is Jewish, according to Tierney.)

In October 2008, Tierney was living in Phoenix, and Loughner came to visit. They went to see a Mars Volta concert with friends, and Tierney was surprised when Loughner said he had quit partying "completely." Loughner, according to Tierney, said, "I'm going to lead a more healthy lifestyle, not smoke cigarettes or pot anymore, and I'm going to start working out."

In the videos Loughner accuses the federal government of brain-washing and attacks the Constitution and the lack of a gold standard in regards to U.S. currency.

In another [YouTube Video], Loughner complains that when he tried to join the military, he was handed a "mini-Bible." That upset him.
We now learn that Jared Lee Loughner’s mother Amy Loughner is a member of the SAME Reform synagogue as Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords! That means that Amy’s son, who lives with his Jewish parents, Amy and Randy Loughner, is ALSO a member of the same synagogue as his shooting victim, Rep. Giffords.

Jared Loughner put Mein Kampf down as “favorite reading” to irritate his Jewish mother, Amy.
Source: NewsNet14, which describes itself as "an online resource for people of European descent around the world.

He marked "Jewish" under his religion on his MySpace page, but the page has subsequently been removed.

From Adrien Chen at Gawker.com

We spoke to an eyewitness, Steven Rayle, who was on the scene at the time of the shooting and helped to hold the suspect down while waiting for police. Here’s what he said:

“After shooting Giffords, the gunman opened fire indiscriminately for a few seconds, firing 20-30 rounds and hitting a number of people, including a kid no older than 10 years old. Rayle hid behind a concrete pole and pretended to be dead. When the gunman apparently ran out of ammunition he attempted to flee, but a member of Giffords’ staff tackled him. Rayle helped hold the gunman down while waiting for the sheriff to arrive, about 15-to-20 minutes later. The EMS came about 30 minutes later. Rayle said he was “stunned” by how long it took medical help to arrive.
Here's where the incident gets weird, it took EMS personnel almost 30 minutes to reach the scene?

Being part of the Emergency Medical System back at the fire department where I worked, whenever someone would call 911 for a ME--Medical Emergency--the Joint Communications Center (JCC) would dispatch the nearest ambulance and fire truck, along with police if necessary.

For this or any type of ME involving life-threatening conditions, from the time of the first call to when the first units arrive on the scene it shouldn't take more than 6 minutes for the fire crew or ambulance to arrive and start providing emergency medical care, such as making sure the airway is open and they have a pulse, stopping the blood flow from any wounds and providing oxygen, etc.
That 6 minute time frame is an absolute MUST
, if you're going to prevent brain damage--or worse-- by providing oxygen and CPR. If your city's 911 emergency dispatch system can't or won't get emergency personnel there in that time frame or less, then either it needs to be revamped or you need to add more 'satellite' ambulance stations and more fire crews, all of whom are at least EMT's and some paramedics, with a fire truck bin full of 'jump kits' containing oxygen; bandages; a defibrillator; a suction unit to remove mucus and vomit from the victims airways; splints, etc.

The only time(s) I personally saw the response to more than 6 minutes was during blizzards and I don't think Tucson was having one of those.

If the blog is true, then either the Pima County JCC head needs to be fired or is is beginning to look more and more like a false flag.

Jared Lee Loughner Did Not Act Alone

A comment from this YouTube video page:

You cannot shoot 20 people, 6 killshots in 20 seconds with a Glock 9. I have unloaded the clip on that gun 100 times, if you pull the trigger in rapid succession with a 30 round clip in the grip, the gun is going to be balanced to the back, thus it will have a stronger upward kick. The crime scene is missing 30 marked out shell casings and puddles of blood.

One more thought: In this day and age of cell phone cameras and those mini-hand held digital cameras, didn't any of Rep. Giffords fans take any footage of their favorite Congresswoman?

The Safeway store where the shootings took place is located in Casas Adobes (Adobe Houses), located north of Tucson in Pima County, Arizona, United States.

This area's EMS and Fire calls are handled by a private corporation called "Rural/Metro Fire Department," a subsidiary of "Rural/Metro Corporation" a nationwide outfit, which in the past, has been accused of putting profits over people.

If Rural/Metro units took 30 minutes to get to the Safeway shooting scene, maybe this info from Rural/Metro's home page tells why:
First-Quarter Highlights

SCOTTSDALE, AZ-11/08/10 -- Rural/Metro Corporation (NASDAQ: RURL), a leading provider of ambulance and private fire protection services, announced strong results today for its fiscal 2011 first quarter, reporting solid growth in net revenue, EBITDA, net income and diluted earnings per share.

Michael P. DiMino, President and Chief Executive Officer, said, "Our first quarter was outstanding, with growth driven by strong transport volume, new contracts and continued operating efficiencies. These results are indicative of the success we have had in executing on our growth initiatives. Additionally, we have continued to demonstrate superior revenue cycle management, effectively leverage operating efficiencies and deliver the highest quality services to our patients and customers."
Nothing about response times or lives saved?

Maybe RM's motto should be"

"Rural/Metro, putting profits over people since 1948"

Check this link to see if Rural/Metro has infested your community, possibly endangering you and your loved ones lives by their concern about profits.

Would you prefer to have a Fire Department/EMS Ambulance service provided by your city or one, like Rural/Metro, that is listed on the NASDAQ Stock Exchange?

Why the MSM Can No Longer be Trusted

FOUR HOURS after the shooting, media outlets were reporting Giffords as being dead?

The Safeway Stores Connections to Israel

Safeway CEO Steven A. Burd's "Safeway PAC" expenditures shows he likes to donate to 'Tribe' members like the new House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and the obnoxious New York Senator Schumer, and the Zionist 'Israeli-Firster' Rep. Steny Hoyer of Maryland and Colorado Rep. Ed Perlmutter and their U.S. Senator, Michael Bennet and former Maryland Rep. Frank Kratovil AND the new Speaker of the House, another 'Israeli-Firster' Ohio Rep. John Boehner and the Louisiana Senator Vitter, who was caught visiting brothels where he liked to be dressed up in diapers and got the nickname of "Diaperman Dave."

David Vitter Likes His Diapers

Sen. David Vitter 2004 Campaign Ads

Jews mark "miracle" of Israel

U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet and U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter dropped by to express support for Israel.

Perlmutter, who has relatives in Israel, said events like this are important because they show solidarity with "the closest friend we have in the world."
The Safeway CEO like "Diaperman David" so much, he donated $7,500 to his 2010 reelection campaign.

Larry Flynt presents Republican Family Values spokesman Senator David Vitter's favourite prostitute, Wendy Cortez

Yes, Burd should be proud to be donating money to "Diaperman David!"


  1. Emergency Response Facts - Not Fiction

    The Safeway where the shooting occured was not in the Rural/Metro service area. Northwest Fire Rescue is the responsible department.

    Rural/Metro does have two fire stations within 5 minutes to the shooting. NWFD is probaly 5 to 8 minutes away.

    MOST Important - Fire and EMS personnel cannot go into a shooting scene until the police "secure" the area from danger. I am sure both NWFD and RM units were there in 4 to 6 minutes but were "staged" until police could make sure no one was shooting.

    If there is a report of someone with a gun - 911 will not allow medical and fire personnel treat patients. A dead parmaedic or firefighter does no one any good.

  2. You make a good point, Frank, but so did an eyewitness to the shooting who helped subdue the shooter when he said: "...Rayle helped hold the gunman down while waiting for the sheriff to arrive, about 15-to-20 minutes later. The EMS came about 30 minutes later. Rayle said he was “stunned” by how long it took medical help to arrive."

    Law enforcement was already on the scene and had secured the area.

    As for which FD serves that area, I was going by RM's web page which stated they covered Pima County, which includes Casa Adobes.

  3. Rob Kall says, for what it may be worth:

    "Exclusive Interview With Giffords' Rabbi Debunks Rumors"


    Also from Michael Hoffman:



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