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Subject: Re: Possible Profile of D.C. Sniper
Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2002 23:33:38 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2002 19:33:38 EDT
Organization: Cox Communications
Or the sniper has never been in the military, but has read too many
books/seen too many movies.
Or he/she is a pissed off hunter.
Or he/she is a terrorist.
Or he/she is a racially motivated killer.
Or he/she wants to be remembered historically.
Or he/she....on and on, ad infinitum.
Only one thing we can be sure of. The person that's doing this is insane.
All I'm saying is that "profiling" this person/(people?) is not as cut and
dried as everyone wishes it would be.
Also, military/LE scout snipers are generally the most stable people you
could find. It's a rare individual that can actually accept doing that job
and being trained for it. Heart wrenching work - but it's sometimes
necessary to protect others.
Not to mention I've never heard of a death card being a Tarot card.
"Dan Perez" wrote in message
> According to the Washington Post;
> The Tarot card left behind by the sniper was the "Death" card.
> This gives us a profile of the sniper;
> 1. An interest in Tarot and the Occult
> 2. He's copying a practice from the Vietnam war, leaving "death cards"
> on the bodies of the enemy.
> 3. Since the "Death" card;
> shows a King being killed, he's a threat to the Commander In Chief,
> which is why the Secret Service is also on the case. Notice that the
> "Death" card also shows the Queen and her two children mourning which
> may be symbolic of the First Lady and the First daughters.
> 4. When three previous points are combined with the strong possiblity
> that the sniper is skilled at shooting from long distances and has yet
> to be caught, he may have been in the armed forces at one time and was
> trained to be a sniper.
> So this gives us two possibilities;
> A. The Sniper served in the military and watched one too many Vietnam
> B. The Sniper is a Vietnam vet who went off the deep end.
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