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    Manchurian Candidate? Florida shooter told FBI that he was forced to fight for ISIS by the CIA

    Florida suspect believed intelligence agency was controlling his mind

    By Alex Thomas - 01.07.2017

    As more and more information on the history of accused Florida mass shooter Estaban Santiago continues to be released the story seems to only get weirder.

    From witnesses claiming to see multiple other shooters to the FBI magically letting him go, we are starting to see all the signs of a sort of false flag where either the shooter had help and or was allowed to carry out the horrific attack.

    Now, new information reported by multiple mainstream news outlets indicates that the shooter actually believed he was being forced by the Central Intelligence Agency to watch ISIS propaganda videos as well as actually fight for ISIS.

    A NBC New York report on the shooter reads like a movie about Manchurian Candidates forced to do the bidding of some unknown intelligence operatives.

    "They say last November, he walked into the FBI's office in Anchorage, Alaska, claiming that his mind was being controlled by the CIA and that it was forcing him to join ISIS. He appeared agitated and incoherent, and made disjointed statements - and although he said he didn't wish to hurt anyone, agents were concerned by his erratic behavior and decided to call local authorities, a senior federal law enforcement official said," read the NBC article.

    "Local police took him to a local medical facility for evaluation, and the FBI closed its assessment of Santiago after conducting database reviews, interagency checks and interviews with family members, the official said."

    Fox News also reported that, "Estaban Santiago, the 26-year-old airline passenger accused of shooting up a baggage claim area at the Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood airport Friday, leaving five dead and eight injured, visited the FBI Anchorage field office and told officers he was being forced to watch ISIS videos, law enforcement sources told Fox News."

    Shockingly, Santiago apparently had recently left a psychiatric facility before he traveled to Florida and, according to federal officials, carried out the horrific attack.

    While it is entirely plausible that Santiago was indeed simply crazy and no one was forcing him to do anything, it is worth noting that the technology to control a human being in the way that the shooter claimed actually does exist.

    Intellihub's Shepard Ambellas not only wrote about it in multiple reports last year but also covered it in an exclusive podcast.

    While it is way too early to claim 100% that this was the case, we do know the tech exists and we do know the CIA has a long history of being involved in false flag terror.


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    Fort Lauderdale Airport Shooting: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know


    A gunman entered a baggage claim area and randomly opened fire Friday, shooting at least 11 people and killing at least five, authorities said.

    Six people are being treated at local hospitals.

    The suspected gunman has been identified by NBC News as Esteban Santiago, 26.

    Santiago was taken into custody without incident and is being interviewed, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said at a press conference. On January 7, Federal authorities charged Santiago, 26, with an act of violence at an international airport resulting in death, which could bring him the death sentence, and weapons charges. According to the federal complaint, he confessed that he planned the mass shooting and bought a one-way airport ticket

    Police said they have not yet determined a motive for the shooting and are still considering whether it might have been related to terrorism.

    There were reports of a second active shooter, but Sheriff Israel said there is no confirmed second shooting or other injuries beyond the initial incident.

    Santiago, who was born in New Jersey, is a resident of Anchorage, Alaska, authorities say.

    Here’s what you need to know:

    1. The Shooter Entered a Baggage Claim & Opened Fire, Reports Say

    One account on Twitter said that the shooting had occurred in Terminal 2 of the Florida airport. NBC Miami reported that the shooter walked into the baggage claim area and opened fire.

    The shooting was first reported at 12:55 p.m.

    “Witnesses say FLL Airport gunman ran out of ammo, then laid on ground ‘spread eagle’ and waiting for law enforcement,” reported a CBS12 reporter.

    NBC Miami reports an eyewitness at the baggage claim saw a man with a gun shooting people randomly and saw someone fall next to him. “The two people to my right and the two people to my left were shot. There was blood everywhere. The two people who were shot were shot in the head,” reported NBC Miami, of the eyewitness account.

    2. The Accused Gunman Had Told the FBI He Heard Voices Telling Him to Fight For ISIS

    The gunman allegedly went into an FBI office in Alaska in November to report that he heard voices telling him to fight for ISIS.

    The FBI special agent in charge of the Miami office said in a news conference that Santiago, who was acting erratically, was referred to police for mental health treatment, which he then underwent.

    Santiago’s gun was confiscated for a time but then returned, NBC News reported.

    3. The Airport Was Evacuated, With Hundreds of Travelers Forced Out Onto Tarmacs

    Multiple videos flooded Twitter from the scene, showing people milling around and being evacuated.

    The victims’ identities have not yet been released. According to Time Magazine, there was only a single lone shooter in the attack.

    Extra precautions were being taken at other airports as a security precaution.

    4. The Suspect Flew From Anchorage to Fort Lauderdale With a Gun in His Checked Baggage

    The suspect flew to the airport on a flight from Anchorage, Alaska, through Minneapolis, Minnesota, and to Fort Lauderdale, and had the gun used in the shooting checked in his luggage, sources told NBC News.

    Sources earlier said the gunman flew through Canada.

    NBC News reports the gunman retrieved his weapon from the checked bag in the luggage claim, and later opened fire.

    5. The Shooter Recently Signed up for the Army Reserves & Was Living in Alaska

    Sources told NBC News the gunman was carrying a military ID.

    According to NBC reporter Pete Williams, the suspect enlisted in the Army Reserves in August 2016 and had been living in Alaska. He was deployed to Iraq and saw combat, and family members told the news media he wasn’t the same when he returned.

    He was honorably discharged four months ago, and Williams reports he had mental health issues.

    Santiago’s family is from Puerto Rico, and he was born in New Jersey, according to public records. He has also lived in Florida, before moving to Alaska in 2015.



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