Debunked: Nobody at Ciancia's Apartment Complex Recognized Him

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Published on Nov 5, 2013 The Paulstal Service
This video goes into a few of the very interesting side notes of the LAX False Flag –
1. Apparently, not one person interviewed at CIAnCIA’s apartment complex recognizes him.


2. CIAnCIA supposedly told police after being shot in the mouth (how is that possible) he “acted alone and was dropped of by someone” – hard enough to believe a man shot in the mouth would be able to talk, but even harder to believe that police would believe him and that even if he could speak he would suddenly cooperate if he hates the “pigs” so much.

3. Law enforcement say that “they don’t think the person who dropped CIAnCIA off at the airport knew what he was about to do… But they don’t know who that person is!

Which begs a very obvious question: If law enforcement hasn’t identified the person who allegedly dropped him off, how can they possibly know that that person “didn’t know what CIAnCIA was about to do? After all- they don’t even know who the person was.

4. At least one person interviewed said the man was dressed “all in blue, just like TSA” but we are told the man was wearing military fatigues.

5. We were told CIAnCIA used a AR-15 (like all these staged shooting events) but eye-witness says he was clearly using a pump-action shotgun, and a hand-gun.. not an AR-15.. even going so far as to say after one gun ran out, he started using the other.


6. People in the terminal adjacent to terminal 3 (terminal 2) didn’t learn there is an emergency in the airport over the loudspeaker intercom system- no- they learn of the emergency by watching television! No siren going off in the airport- no warning to evacuate, people are watching the event on television? What a joke!

7. No video footage has been released by any of the at least 100 CCTV cameras surrounding LAX’s traffic approach, or terminal 3.

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What the correspondent actually said.
"We showed Ciancia's picture to several residents in that apartment complex, and they all told us that they did not recognize him"

I would have to categorize this as outright and intentionally deceptive,unless there are only several people living in that apartment complex.

Also worth mentioning is that Ciancia only lived at the apartment complex for 2 weeks so he most likely didn't have a chance become too acquainted with his neighbors, but at least someone apparantley knew who he was.


LAX Shooting Suspect's Former Neighbors 'Shocked' To Learn He Lived In Complex


(Photo by Sarah Parvini)
Roberta Sanchez didn't know how to feel when she discovered the man suspected of going on a deadly shooting spree at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday was once her neighbor.

"I'm shocked," Sanchez, 36, told LAist. "I don't know if I feel safe living here anymore."

Sanchez lives two doors down from where 23-year-old shooting suspect Paul Anthony Ciancia lived earlier this year. She said she often heard Ciancia and his roommate throwing parties and playing music. She said the news makes her feel like she can't trust her neighbors.

"What would have happened if he still lived here?" Sanchez said.

Ciancia rented out a couch from John Mincey at the Rancho Los Feliz Apartment Homes on Los Feliz Boulevard, where he lived for two weeks, according to apartment management. He moved to Sun Valley in February. It's unclear how long he has lived in Los Angeles or what he did for work.

Mincey said Ciancia never spoke of "any kind of hatred, or any hatred group, or anything like that," according to ABC News.

"I'm absolutely shocked," Mincey told ABC. "I'm still trying to wrap my brain around it because from knowing this guy, it just doesn't make sense."

Ciancia is still in critical condition following a shootout with officers at LAX. One TSA officer was killed and four people were injured in the shooting, which shut down the airport for hours.

In the New Jersey -- where Ciancia is from -- people described him as shy and awkward, but said they never saw signs of anger or violent tendencies, the Los Angeles Times reports.

"He kept to himself and ate lunch alone a lot," David Hamilton, who graduated with Ciancia from Salesianum School in Wilmington, Del., in 2008, told the L.A. Times. "I really don't remember any one person who was close to him .... In four years, I never heard a word out of his mouth."

Law enforcement sources told the Associated Press that along with an assault rifle, Ciancia carried a handwritten note. It ended with the letters "NWO," which law enforcement sources say could stand for "New World Order," according to ABC News.

Investigators are still trying to determine whether he was a believer in the New World Order conspiracy theory, which claims that forces are trying to create a one-world totalitarian government.

Rancho Los Feliz management said it was unclear that Ciancia lived in the complex, and sent out the following email to apartment residents:

We have learned from the news media that the shooter in the LAX tragedy may have been known by a resident living here at Rancho Los Feliz. Therefore, we apologize for any inconvenience the news vans in front of the community may cause. We have talked with the police department and they have indicated there is no safety issues to be concerned about at this time within our community.
Tarek Karkoutly, 29, was home when police and federal agents roamed the complex on Friday. He said would see Ciancia around the apartment grounds when he was still a resident, often sitting alone outside of the Internet cafe, but never spoke to him. Karkoutly said while he was surprised to learn Ciancia once lived near him, he still feels safe.

"This is the safest place I've lived in L.A.," said Karkoutly, who has lived in the city for 10 years. "It was just a case of being at the wrong place at the wrong time. It could happen to anyone."
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Now lets take a crack at some of these other claims.

2. CIAnCIA supposedly told police after being shot in the mouth (how is that possible) he “acted alone and was dropped of by someone” – hard enough to believe a man shot in the mouth would be able to talk, but even harder to believe that police would believe him and that even if he could speak he would suddenly cooperate if he hates the “pigs” so much.

The severity of the injury to his mouth is not known, and therefore not known whether it would prevent him from speaking. Even if it would, he can still communicate with pen and paper or even by blinking his eyes.

3. Law enforcement say that “they don’t think the person who dropped CIAnCIA off at the airport knew what he was about to do… But they don’t know who that person is!

Which begs a very obvious question: If law enforcement hasn’t identified the person who allegedly dropped him off, how can they possibly know that that person “didn’t know what CIAnCIA was about to do? After all- they don’t even know who the person was.

The words "think" and "know" are not synonyms, they have different meaning. Just because the police "think the person who dropped of Ciancia was unaware of his plans does not mean that they arent investigating the possibility none the less.

4. At least one person interviewed said the man was dressed “all in blue, just like TSA” but we are told the man was wearing military fatigues.

5. We were told CIAnCIA used a AR-15 (like all these staged shooting events) but eye-witness says he was clearly using a pump-action shotgun, and a hand-gun.. not an AR-15.. even going so far as to say after one gun ran out, he started using the other.


https://www.metabunk.org/threads/lax-shooters-general-description-attire-confusion.2614/
6. People in the terminal adjacent to terminal 3 (terminal 2) didn’t learn there is an emergency in the airport over the loudspeaker intercom system- no- they learn of the emergency by watching television! No siren going off in the airport- no warning to evacuate, people are watching the event on television? What a joke!

They cannot just announce "EMERGENCY!" over the loud speaker and have how ever many people who were at the world's 6th busiest airport that particular morning run out onto the tarmac in a panic. Safe evacuations need to be done in an orderly fashion. The first priorities would be containing the threat and ensuring the safety of those nearest to the attack first, and then figuring out where to put the multitude of displaced patrons.

7. No video footage has been released by any of the at least 100 CCTV cameras surrounding LAX’s traffic approach, or terminal 3.

It's still been less than a week and things like this are often withheld for pending trials etc., and as far as I know security cameras don't automatically upload their footage to youtube immediately after a disaster.
 
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