COMMENT: April 20 is Hitler’s birthday. It is also the day on which the residents of Littleton, Colorado (home of Columbine High School) were treated to the story of an [as yet] unidentified white man planting a bomb.
Timing incidents to coincide with key dates of Nazi significance is a stratagem used by contemporary Nazi elements. (Both the Oklahoma City Bombing and the Columbine massacre itself occurred on or about this date. (Nazi elements sometimes plan an operation so that the newspaper headlines on Hitler’s birthday reflect the event.)
Eventually, the suspect was identified. A Huffington Post story indicated the possibility that the suspect may have been a federal informant.
EXCERPT: The FBI has a person of interest in connection with the pipe bomb and propane tanks discovered at the Southwest Plaza Mall in Littleton. Agents are taking a close look at surveillance video which shows what they said is a suspicious-looking person near where the pipe bomb was found.
The FBI has released these surveillance pictures of the man they are looking for. The subject is describe as a white male, with graying hair, a silver mustache, wearing a dark colored cap with a light colored logo on the front, gray and white horizontally stripped shirt, dark jacket with silver buttons, blue jeans, and dark colored shoes. . . .
COMMENT: The FBI eventually identified the suspect as Earl Albert Moore.
EXCERPT: . . . Moore was paroled from federal prison on April 13 after serving time for his conviction in the 2005 robbery of a West Virginia bank, according to the U.S. Bureau of Prisons.
He was originally sentenced to 18 years in prison, but a federal judge cut his sentence to seven years at the behest of prosecutors who said Moore had provided them with “substantial assistance in investigating or prosecuting another person.” [Italics are mine–D.E.]
Federal law enforcement officials have called the planned mall bombing an act of “domestic terrorism.” . . .