OCCUPY GOTHAM: Dark Knight Rises Movie Takes On Occupy Wall Street Goons and Black Bloc As 'Joker' James Holmes Empathetic Reaction To Perceived Oppression Blasts Away With Shotgun and Assault Rifle.
PREVIEW: December 18th, 2011 The Dark Knight Rises the “concluding” movie in the Christopher Nolan directed trilogy of Batman films shot scenes recently near Wall Street in New York. The movie primarily has Pittsburgh standing in for the fictional Gotham City and has scenes from Heinz Field. This clip from the movie’s filming also suggests a revolutionary undertone of the Occupy Wall Street goons. In it, actor Tom Hardy (“Bane”) is caught telling spectators at a Gotham Rogues football game to “take control of your city. ”
TIMELINE: Batman fanatic James Holmes would have known about the anti-Occupy Movement theme of the new Batman movie ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ on December 18th, 2011, it was all over the internet. It has been reported that James Holmes had been stock piling guns, ammo and bomb making material ‘months’ before he struck on Friday July 20th. 2012.
December 18th, 2011 a theatrical teaser trailer for The Dark Knight Rises was attached to theatrical prints of Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows. Like the teaser trailer, the theatrical trailer was also leaked online before being released the following week. “‘Dark Knight Rises’ Official Trailer Leaked, Watch Here Now [VIDEO"]. International Business Times (Etienne Uzac). December 18, 2011. Critics noted political undertones to the trailer, with dialogue foreshadowing the theme of income inequality and an “Occupy Gotham” campaign within the world of the story.
According to CBS, NBC and ABC News, dirtball James Holmes spent $15,000 on guns, ammo and bomb making material since at least December 18th, 2011 up to July 18th, 2012. Dirtball James Holmes was pulling down $1,700 per month through his Federal grant at the University of Colorado of which he paid rent, internet access, adult dating services, food, transportation, gas, car insurance etc., etc.. The numbers do not compute, out of the $1,700 stipend he would spend at least $1,500 just getting by, so where did the extra $16 Grand come from, who or what group financed this dirtball.
Investigators also tell CBS News they have recovered a surveillance video of James Holmes picking up approximately 150 pounds of ammunition at a Federal Express outlet in Colorado. They've interviewed a UPS driver who says Holmes had 90 packages delivered to his workplace on the University of Colorado medical campus.
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