From: H McDaniel
Subject: Re: Baltimore Police let the sniper go
NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2002 00:57:35 GMT
Organization: AT&T Broadband
Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2002 00:57:35 GMT
Tzadik Vanderhoof wrote:
> After the October 3 shooting of Pascal Charlot, 72, in Washington,
> D.C., law enforcement officials searched for a burgundy Chevrolet
> Caprice. One such car was later found burned out in the D.C. area, but
> it was never determined whether it had anything to do with the fatal
> On October 8, Baltimore city police investigated a Chevrolet Caprice
> with 2 people sleeping inside parked near the Jones Falls Expressway
> (I-83) at 28th St. in Baltimore. The officers were concerned that his
> driver's license was from Washington state and the vehicle tag was
> from New Jersey. Despite the fact that the vehicle was suspicious
> enough for them to investigate, and the fact that the vehicle fit the
> description of a vehicle associated with a sniper shooting less than
> 50 miles away and 5 days earlier, the officers did not question the
> occupants extensively nor did they search the vehicle. The vehicle
> and its occupants were the same ones arrested as suspects in the
> sniper attacks today.
> 5 people were killed by the sniper between Oct. 8 and their arrest.
> The media silence on this issue is deafening.
Fox and CNN have mentioned it. I guess they don't want to beat up
on the cops for hours on end until they know that their audience
isn't going to blast them for it.
What I want to know is why a school bus driver claims to have seen
two men in a box truck early yesterday and said that one pointed
a gun at him. Is there another team of snipers out there or was the