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1theoferrumii  Mark Private Delete
Edit Edited 2007-08-22 16:09 2007-08-22 15:48

The reader can check for themselves and they will see that I had no sooner mentioned that I was thinking about heading out to Boise, when they shot a Cop out in Idaho.

Tell me, is that just a hallucination?

The reason they did this was to say, "see, Dave, we have people out in Boise too so there is no sense in you moving out there so, just stay here in Denver where we have thousands of spooks at our beck and call that can follow you all over the city and basically make your life miserable."



2theoferrumii  Mark Private to theoferrumii Delete
Edit Edited 2007-09-15 14:40 2007-08-22 15:49

Hell or High Water

Journal Entry: Sun May 13, 2007, 3:45 PM

Mood: Eager

So, because of the comments the other day on my photo journal, I was thinking about heading out to Boise, Idaho. I have been there several years ago and it is a beautiful city and I would be able to get rid of most, if not all, of my enemies following me around here in Denver.

So, I got to thinking about that and checked the map and saw that Yellowstone was on the way and this reminded me of the Super Volcano that is there, so I was looking at that subject today.

From the resource below, I would guess that you could take the best case scenario and the worst case scenario and you will probably get something about half way in between.

I would also guess at that size - which would still be enormous - that it would split the Great Basin in Nevada wide open and, possibly, split its way into the Gulf of California allowing the sea to pour in and flood the same area all the way up to Boise, Idaho.

This is not my idea but was contemplated by some geologists, apparently, and who did not necessarily have Yellowstone in mind, I don't imagine.

The Volcano itself - which most have not mentioned - is sitting right smack dab on top of the Continental Divide and will certainly have some extreme ramifications for the entire Northern Rocky Mountain Region including California, etc, and very possibly up into Canada.

Interestingly enough, this would entirely wipe out the state of Utah, for all practicle purposes.

Now go read Amos 8 and 9, which is written to Ephraim in the End Days (note the dual occurrence - once for Ephraim 2700 years ago, and once for Ephraim in their Latter End) where Y'hova shall touch the land and it shall Melt or Magmafy, then it shall Rise Up as in a Volcanic Explosion with resulting concussion wave sweeping the continent, and then it shall Sink like a Great Basin collapsing and then it shall be Drowned, as by the Flood of Egypt or, in this case, when the Pacific Ocean comes pouring through the Gulf of California into the Imperial Rift right up to the Gates of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in Salt Lake City.

I bet ya they'll be signing a different tune then, huh.

Anyways, the way I figure it, I could go check out the area and buy a couple of thousand acres in the foothills by Boise and when the manure hits the fan, it will be ocean front property, and probably quadruple the worth of the property, almost overnight.

Surf's up...


Theoferrum May 20, 2007, 12:20:57 PM

I just mentioned that I was planning on checking out Idaho and so, what do the littler fairies do? Kill a cop in Idaho.

I knew that they were gonna kill a cop cause they had the cops here in Denver provoking me the last couple of days and they have done this on at least two other occasions and they killed a cop after each time to make it look like I had 'cursed' the Law Enforcement.

The first one that they did this with was the Cop that got shot in the back here in Denver by the Latino who used to work for the Mayer of Denver.

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3theoferrumii  Mark Private to theoferrumii Delete Edit Edited 2007-11-19 15:27 2007-08-22 16:01

Idaho police officer injured in shooting dies

Death toll at 3 after shooting spree; wounded officer in serious condition

Updated: 1:12 p.m. MT May 21, 2007

MOSCOW, Idaho - A sniper sprayed dozens of bullets on a courthouse in an attack that left one dead and two wounded, then hid in a nearby church for several hours before police stormed in Sunday and found his body and another man’s inside, police said.

The shooting began late Saturday, fatally wounding one officer and injuring another and a civilian, said David Duke, Moscow’s assistant police chief. Duke said the attack was apparently an ambush, with the gunman firing into the Latah County Courthouse to lure people into his line of fire.

Around 6 a.m., three SWAT teams entered the First Presbyterian Church and found the two bodies on the main floor but not in the same room, Duke said. An automatic assault rifle, ammunition and spent shells were found with one of the men, he said.

The shooter died of what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, Duke said. His body was found in the church sanctuary, and the body of another man was found in the church office. Authorities did not release either man’s name.

Duke identified the slain officer as Lee Newbill, who had served with the Moscow Police Department since March 2001 and was the first city officer ever killed in the line of duty. He had died by the time he arrived at a local hospital, Duke said.

The wounded officer, Latah County Sheriff’s Deputy Brannon Jordon, was in serious condition with multiple gunshot wounds, Duke said.

Authorities did not release the name of the injured civilian, but said he lived in the neighborhood and had gone outside after hearing the gunshots. The man was undergoing surgery and was in stable condition.

Police had no information about the gunman’s motive, Duke said.

Fusillade directed at dispatch center

Police said the gunman started shooting from a parking lot across from the Latah County Courthouse shortly after 11 p.m. Saturday. A hail of more than 30 bullets ripped through the county’s emergency dispatch center, Duke said. Dispatchers were moved to a room in the jail area of the courthouse. Officers rushed out of the building.

“Whoever the shooter is wanted to draw people to the courthouse,” Duke said. “When officers responded, he did open fire on them.”

None of the officers who responded returned fire, Duke said.

Newbill was the first officer at the scene of the shooting and was hit around 11:35 p.m. Saturday. Jordon, a 17-year veteran, was shot shortly after midnight as he tried to seek cover behind a tree after pulling Newbill out of the line of fire, Duke said.

The civilian was shot later, Duke said.

“He was just shooting at anybody he could,” Duke said.

Four empty magazines were found outside the church. Duke initially estimated that 75 shots were fired, but later said it was not clear exactly how many shots the gunman fired.

Last shot fired in the morning

Officers surrounded the church, which is across the street from the courthouse and nestled in a residential neighborhood near downtown and Moscow High School. A final shot was heard from inside the church about 1 a.m. Sunday, Duke said.

Streets in the area had been barricaded and residents had been told to stay inside their homes. Many residents told news media that they heard the spray of bullets, and some said they witnessed the shooting of the officers.

Moscow, a community of about 20,000 people that is home to the University of Idaho, is located 80 miles south of Spokane, Wash.


-- Edited by Theoferrum on Sunday 17th of November 2013 01:42:48 PM


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