SWAT Team Told to ‘Stand Down’ at Navy Yard Shooting

The official Navy Yard shooting story is beginning to fall apart.

Melissa Melton
Activist Post

First we were told that suspected shooter Aaron Alexis had filed a police report on Aug. 7 claiming he was being targeted with microwave weapons and was hearing voices through the walls, ceiling and floor of his hotel room.

Next, stories came out that Alexis carved “My ELF Weapon” and “Better off this way” into his shotgun before the killings, seemingly corroborating his prior claim, and the mainstream media is actually reporting on directed energy weapon technology and the fact that ex-military intelligence officials have claimed such technology is used by the government to create assassins who can carry out objectives while giving authorities plausible deniability.

Now the BBC is reporting the Containment and Emergency Response Team (CERT), a SWAT team specifically trained in active shooter scenarios, was told to “stand down” when they could have been on scene at the Navy Yard with long-range assault weapons in hand in 15 minutes or less after the shootings began. Instead, Aaron Alexis was not reportedly taken down until after 9 am, nearly an hour after the first shots were fired.

Thirteen people are dead including Alexis who will never be able to tell anyone his side of the story.

Where else in a heavily publicized mass killing event in this country have we heard this story before?

Melissa Melton is a co-founder of TruthstreamMedia.com, where this first appeared. She is an experienced researcher, graphic artist and investigative journalist with a passion for liberty and a dedication to truth. Her aim is to expose the New World Order for what it is — a prison for the human soul from which we must break free.

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