No Motive for Hialeah Shooter? But he SAID he was being Harassed
The following is a transcript of the 911 call between Hialeah mass shooter Pedro Vargas and a 911 operator that transpired hours before the "motiveless" shooting:
Operator: OK. Tell me what is happening to you. Who is threatening you?
Vargas: Ah, people who are following me and that... that...
Vargas:...There is car outside that I wanted you to run the license plate, I wanted you to run the license plates, because it doesn’t match up with a person living here in this place.
Later during the same 911 call, Vargas's mother, Esperanza Patterson validates Vargas's claim of a suspicious vehicle stalking her son.
Patterson: I don’t know, it seems he went to get...a man, there is a person who parks, like he parks... it seems he is not working, I know sometimes he stays many hours (inaudible) and sometimes he gets into that truck and they take girls... then...
NOTE: LAW ENFORCEMENT WILL NOT INVESTIGATE VARGAS'S STALKING CLAIMS, WHICH ARE THE ONLY PROBATIVE EVIDENCE OF MOTIVE IN THE CASE, BECAUSE THEY WILL EXPOSE THE LAW ENFORCEMENT CONTROLLED GANG STALKING PROGRAM.
Evidence of gang stalking in the U.S.:
Evidence of gang stalking in Hialeah & South Florida:
Also noteworthy, is the Frontline T.V. Program about Newtown, Connecticut. A friend of Adam Lanza's mother was notified by her through social media that she was being shadowed by a very well dressed couple, covered in conspicuous tattoos, as she dined at a restaurant, not long before the shooting. Both Adam Lanza and his mother were probable victims of the gang stalking Program, meaning conspicuous surveillance, intimate infiltration, psychological sensitization, etc., etc.