Two days ago mainstream news sources around the world were exploding with the story of Ismaaiyl Brinsley, a 28-year-old Brooklyn-born man — the mainstream media has been sure to report him as a black-Muslim man — who reportedly killed his girlfriend in Baltimore and then two days later went to Brooklyn to shoot two cops to death — one Hispanic and one Asian.
According to reports, Brinsley was very known to police as he had been arrested 19 times before.
After he killed his girlfriend, reports say Brinsley posted to his Instagram account, “They take one of ours, we take 2 of theirs,” in reference to the unpunished killing of Eric Garner, a Staten Island man killed earlier this year after being strangled by unprovoked police officer Daniel Pantaleo.
According to Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce, Brinsley approached people on the street in Brooklyn before the apparent “shooting” and asked them to follow him on Instagram, then told them, “Watch what I’m going to do.”
After this, we’re told, Brinsley surprised two officers in their squad car — Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos — by shooting them both in the head before they could react, killing them both on scene.
He then ran down into a subway station, put out another message on Instagram, and shot himself in the head. This Instagram message is very important:
Aside from being a 50 Cent quote at the end of that message, pay close attention to the lack of laces in Brinsley’s shoes. It’s important because of these pictures:
In the above pictures, which were released in the New York Post, we can see Brinsley — or the man being reported as Brinsley — being taken in a stretcher to an ambulance after apparently shooting himself, but the same leg as in the picture above, and the other leg as well, Brinsley has laces in his shoes tied up in nice little bows.
How did this happen? How did the laces get in his shoes? Did he shoot the cops, run into the subway station, take the picture, post it to his Instagram, and think, “shit! Im’a kill myself! I better lace up my shoes with these laces I keep in my pocket instead of on my feet,” then lace his shoes up, and shoot himself in the head? That makes no sense. It’s ridiculous, in fact. We can be sure that wasn’t the case.
So then, did the police run into the subway station and see Brinsley laying there bleeding on the ground and say, “before we call any emergency assistance, let’s get those goddamn shoes laced up and tied!” I highly, highly doubt that. It’s not protocol, and it would never happen.
It’s a case straight out of Ace Ventura: Pet Detective: “The laces were out! Ahhhhh!”
Well, maybe this little tidbit from the New York Post will put this confusion into perspective — I know it will for those who have been following America’s sudden rush of false flags:
“Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos were working overtime as part of an anti-terrorism drill in Bedford-Stuyvesant just before 3 p.m. when they were shot point-blank in the head by lone gunman Ismaaiyl Brinsley, 28, who had addresses in Georgia, Maryland and Brooklyn.”
That’s right, as always is the case in these sensationalized crises stories pumped out by the media — Australia, Canada, Washington State, Santa Barbara, Moncton, etc. — there was a terror drill going on in the same place at the same time the “crime” was committed. Once again, we can be almost sure, a terror drill was used an excuse to report a fake crisis.
As a result of these “shootings” it’s already been decided that Brooklyn Police will be expanding their network and sending two units to every call they receive. In other words, they will have backup at every call without ever having to call for it. So for those saying the police state is coming, take a closer look. It’s already at hand.
By Olan Thomas of CUT2THETRUTH.com.
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