If this one isn't another false flag, I'll eat my hat.
Bruce said his client "felt a sense of fear" about going to a theater
...and chose the Batman movie by complete coincidence.
As opposed to all us weirdos who usually have a particular movie in mind when going to the cinema.
Smith brought the weapons to a Regal Cinemas theater in Westlake, just outside of Cleveland, and seated himself in the middle of the theater's back row a half hour before the movie started...
Nope, nothing suspicious about that.
A theater manager and an off-duty police officer working security stopped Smith after they became suspicious of a bag he was carrying...
Coincidence, I'm sure.
Arcuri said one of the charges police may pursue for Smith is having weapons under disability. He said Smith was taking daily medication, but he would not elaborate on what that medication is.
"Our contention is that he's drug dependent," he said. "And as a result, he should not be possessing a firearm."
Ever had a prescription filled? No second amendment for you my friend!!
The officer said Smith consented to a search inside the theater. Arcuri said the officer was more familiar with the bag, and he knew where to look when he found a loaded 9 mm Glock pistol with two extra loaded magazines, Arcuri said. The officer also found three knives in the bag and another knife on Smith, he said. There were also medical supplies, but Arcuri would not elaborate on what they were.
Guns---meds---guns---meds... Note how they link the two together.
Police searched Smith's North Ridgeville home Monday night and found more weapons, including at least six pistols and several shotguns and rifles, and thousands of rounds of ammunition. They also found more than one bulletproof vest.
Thousands--ya gotta have thousands to impress people nowadays.
Little information is available about Smith. He is married with an infant daughter, Arcuri said. His wife told police her husband was a sleep technician for some sort of medical research...
A paid volunteer in the medical research field. That always ends well. Ask the Unabomber, he'll tell you.
Smith also served a brief time in the U.S. Army. He enlisted in January 1995 and reported to Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri for basic training that month. He was discharged a month later, according to the Army, which did not disclose why.
THese guys always have some contact with the military somewhere in their backgrounds. Maybe the regular military decided their talents could be used elsewhere.