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Celebrating Hitler’s Birthday at Littleton, Colorado

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Lit­tle­ton Bomb Sus­pect

COMMENT: April 20 is Hitler’s birth­day. It is also the day on which the res­i­dents of Lit­tle­ton, Col­orado (home of Columbine High School [2]) 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 [3]. (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.

“Per­son of Inter­est ID’d in South­west Plaza Bomb Inves­ti­ga­tion”; CBS Den­ver; 4/20/2011. [4]

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.

“Earl Albert Moore Sus­pect­ed of Plant­i­ng Bomb near Columbine” by Kei­th Coff­man [Reuters]; Huff­in­g­ton Post; 4/24/2011. [5]

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.” . . .