Saturday, December 29, 2012

Gaping holes in the subway murder "insanity" cover story

A New York City man was pushed to his death in front of a subway train in the Sunnyside neighborhood of Queens, police said, in the second such fatality this month.
Witnesses said the woman was walking back and forth on the platform, talking to herself, police said. She took a seat alone on a wooden bench near the north end of the platform, and when the train pulled into the station, stood up and approached the victim from behind and pushed him, Browne said.
The suspect fled down two separate staircases to the street.
from N.Y. Man Killed After Being Pushed Onto Subway Tracks

The fact that this "crazy" woman waited for the opportune moment to kill someone who just happened to be a Crowleyan "outcast" (foreigner) on the full Moon, and then fled, indicates that she was not crazy.  The fact that nobody tried to stop her makes me wonder whether the witnesses were part of the murder plot - were they there to give the victim the impression that nobody would be able to get away with something like that? If they were just subway riders, wouldn't they have a selfish interest in turning her over to the police? Would there normally have been a crowd there at that time?  Was this a "ritual" murder by a Satanic cult? Will the "crazy" killer ever be caught and locked away for the rest of her life? She shouldn't be hard to catch.