I expected something like this would happen after Bilderberg
Judging by the facebook page and the narrative being fed into social media, this potential false flag attack seems to be targeting the following groups
#Megadeth (and by proxy infowars and alex jones).
#People who are anti police abuse
#People who are against the militarization of police
#People who are anti Mom's Demand Action
#Online police scanner broadcasters
If you live in Canada and dare question the total police state response you will quickly be labeled as a supporter of this guy.
Add Christians and homeschoolers to the mix.http://www.businessinsider.sg/justin-bourque-cop-killer-shooter-2014-6/#.U5AJZyjHjjUExclusive: Ex-Coworker Says Suspected Cop-Killer ‘Wanted To Go Out With A Bang’Aaron Gell Home Jun. 5, 2014, 1:50 PM An image said to be that of Justin Bourque, released by law enforcement in Canada.
Justin Bourque, the 24-year-old being sought in the murder of three police officers in Moncton, a town in New Brunswick, Canada, has long had troubles with authority, a fascination with guns, and a tendency to make dark pronouncements, according to a former coworker.
“I never took him seriously, but he always said he wanted to go out with a bang and bring people with him,” recalls Caitlin Isaac, who worked with Bourque at Walmart several years ago, until he was fired. He wanted to “give people something to remember him for.”
Bourque’s Facebook page is filled with defiant and occasinally jokey posts about the right to bear arms.
“He’s always seemed to have a problem with authority,” she says. “Issues with parents, bosses, police…” Still, she says, he “seemed friendly enough. Little bit of an outcast, but not to this extent.”
He was fired for ”attitude related issues, being defiant, not doing what he was supposed to be doing — problem with authority.”
As of this writing, Bourque is still the subject of a manhunt. Much of the city is on lock-down. Residents have been told to stay inside, and to keep their porch lights on. Local police have been joined by Royal Canadian Mounted Police as well as soldiers from a nearby military base.
Mike Campbell has known Bourque since they were both two years old and still lives a few houses down from Bourque’s family. He recalls hours spent playing with “little green army men,” and dreaming of growing up to join the military or become dinosaur-hunting archeologists. Campbell describes Bourque as a friendly kid, who was brought up in a religious Christian household and was homeschooled his entire life.