Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Liberal “elitist entitlement syndrome”!

Then DA, now Democratic Congressman (Delahunt) who let Amy Bishop walk free from the shooting death of her brother in 1987!

What is it with the elitist mentality that lend them to believe that they are intellectually superior yet when they get into trouble they can’t seem to remember anything? The answer can be found in their belief that they are “entitled” to everything and anything they desire. They honestly believe in the caste system and anyone who is not an intellectual is beneath their station in life.

The recent University of Alabama Huntsville shooting is disturbing on many levels and first is the needless slaughter of human life. These deaths were at the hands of an elitist, Harvard educated professor who had already taken a life and because of a connected politician mother did not have to face any responsibility for that action.

The second disturbing fact is the failure of the criminal justice system that allowed it to be manipulated into ceasing an investigation into the crime in 1987 and had it not done so the recent mass killing in Alabama would not have occurred. This is the same criminal justice system that liberals want to prosecute America’s war on terror with.

This is the same criminal justice system that allowed a drunk, liberal politician to get away with the negligent homicide of Mary Jo Kopechne one dark night in Massachusetts.

Another disturbing fact is the higher education system is full of “Amy Bishop’s” who glide through life on the coat tails of EEOC laws and the passes these individuals get through the hiring process in spite of their past criminal deeds. Take, for example other prominent leftist educators like William Ayers, Bernadine Dohrn, Ward Churchill and Angela Davis. Most had direct, hands on violent histories that went unpunished and ultimately went on to educate our youngsters. We all know of the past of Bill Ayers and his involvement into the bombings of the New York City Police Headquarters, as well as the Pentagon. He is also directly tied to the bombing death of a San Francisco police officer that remains unsolved.

We know about Bill Ayers terrorist wife Bernadine Dohrn who is also a Professor at Northwestern University and works for Children services there. This lofty position is after her terror years and her on the record comments that Charles Manson murder of Sharon Tate’s unborn child was inspirational to their Weather Underground movement.

Ward Churchill we know as the “nutty professor” who compared the 9/11 victims as “little eichmans” and their chickens have come home to roost. What most American’s do not know about Churchill is his past with SDS and the Weather underground.

Finally, we have Angela Davis the outspoken “black panther” and co-revolutionary with the Weather Underground who is now a professor at the University of California Santa Clara. The ironic thing here is when Amy Bishop lied on her application for employment with the university and said “no” to the question of any criminal convictions she should have openly admitted to a violent past, she probably would have receive immediate tenure.

Finally there is the selective amnesia from the anti-2nd amendment, MSM and African American lobbies. You know the ones that came out of the woodwork literally hours after the Virginia Tech massacre. Both the Virginia tech and University of Alabama shootings were perpetrated by a lone gunman who was armed with a 9mm handgun. The only thing that separated the two was the number of victims (Virginia Tech deaths stand at 32).

We have heard from Amy Bishop’s attorney when he stated that his client is remorseful, yet cannot remember the incident and ended the press conference with the hint of an insanity defense.

To put this into perspective the history of Amy Bishop is in order here. By definition, at this point in time Mrs. Bishop can be classified as a “mass murderer”. This label will probably be changed when the perpetrator’s past is investigated as it relates to her fatal “accidental” shooting of her brother in 1987. If the designation of “accidental” is changed to “homicide” as a result of the fresh look into the case then she should be labeled a “serial killer”.

The circumstances surrounding the 1987 investigation is coming to light and everyone (with the exception of the investigating/arresting officers) involved in the case is coming under extreme scrutiny, as they should, for giving Bishop a pass.

There have been many theories why this crime was swept under a rug back in 1987 and they include the mother being an elected politician exuding influence to get her daughter off to a small town protecting one of its own.

To compound the speculation of cover-up is the fact that the “official” investigation files have gone missing with the exception of a report, dated March 30, 1987, by Bill Delahunt, the DA (signed by Asst DA, John P. Kivlan). Since 1987, then DA Delahunt has gone on to Congress and is now taking the heat for his decision which many are speculating would have spared 3 additional lives and the grief associated with the incident at the University.

Amy Bishop kills her brother (1986)

On December 6, 1986 Amy Bishop shot and killed her younger brother in the family home with a shotgun. In that incident, according to the DA Report, Bishop claimed no memory of the shooting just as she claims now with the recent killings.

The report states that Bishop said “that she was carrying the gun pointed beside her leg, and that Seth told her to point the gun up. Amy stated that Seth was walking across the kitchen between Amy and her mother and that Amy had the gun in one hand and started to raise it. Amy further stated that someone said something to her and she turned and the gun went off. She stated that she remembered her brother saying, “Oh, God,” and her mother screaming, and that Amy thought that she had ruined the kitchen but was not aware of the fact that she had struck her brother with the shotgun discharge. Amy stated that she then immediately ran out the rear door of the kitchen and thought that she had dropped the gun as she ran away. She stated that at the time the gun went off, she was by the dining room door to the kitchen. Amy also said that she does not recall putting on a jacket prior to running out of the house or leaving the house with the gun and that she cannot recall anything else until she subsequently saw her mother at the police station.”

The DA report ends after this and that no further investigation of the death was warranted.

The selected amnesia of Bishop back in 1986 was obviously contagious and spread to those who decided to write this report and whitewash/bury the crime. I say this because the amnesia that she could not recall anything until she saw her mother at the police station has to do with her actions and behavior when she fled the kitchen and the time of her arrest later that day. These actions were omitted from the report. These were her actions:

“But Chief Frazier said in his statement that the officer on duty, Ronald Solimini, remembered that Dr. Bishop had shot and killed her brother after an argument. She fired another round from the shotgun into the ceiling as she left the home, the officer said, and fled down the street with the shotgun. The officer also remembered her pointing the shotgun at a vehicle in an attempt to get the driver to stop, the chief said.

Another officer, Timothy Murphy, seized the shotgun, and Dr. Bishop was handcuffed and transported to the police station under arrest, Chief Frazier said.

He said that he spoke with the person who was the booking officer at the time, who recalled getting a call “he believes was from then-Police Chief John Polio or possibly from a captain on Chief Polio’s behalf” to stop the process. Dr. Bishop was released from police custody, and the two left the police station by a rear exit, Chief Frazier said.”

Those who do remember her behavior state -- “In the hours after the shooting death of her brother, Dr. Bishop tried to use the shotgun to steal a car from a nearby Ford dealership, said Tom Pettigrew, an employee of Dave Dinger Ford at the time. In an interview on Tuesday, Mr. Pettigrew said a woman who he soon realized was Amy Bishop approached him with a shotgun and told him to put his hands up.

“She was distraught,” Mr. Pettigrew said. “She was hyperaware of everything that was going on. She said: ‘I need a car, I just got into a fight with my husband. He’s looking for me, and he’s going to kill me.’ ”

Mr. Pettigrew, whose account was first reported in The Boston Herald, said Dr. Bishop looked at some cars, then left the dealership carrying the gun and was arrested a few blocks away.

“She didn’t look like she was comfortable holding the gun,” Mr. Pettigrew said. “My impression was that this girl didn’t really have intimate knowledge of firearms.”

John Polio, the former police chief of Braintree, said Tuesday evening that if he had known about the incident at the car dealership, he might have considered pressing assault charges against Dr. Bishop. He said he saw the newly released police reports for the first time on Tuesday.

“I wasn’t privy to any of these reports,” Mr. Polio said. “Whether one hand didn’t know what the other was doing, I don’t know.”

At this point, in spite of a self proclaimed IQ of 180, Amy Bishop has no recollection of 4 people she has killed in an up close and personal manner – point blank.

A quick review of the facts, according to her father she had a disagreement with him prior to the incident while another report says that Amy also had an argument with her brother. She was upset with her father or brother so she thought it a good idea to go get a shotgun from her parents closet, load it and then, what?

According to the reported incident, she was trying to familiarize herself because of a prior break in at the family home. What the report did not say was what type of “shotgun” she was fooling with. If it was a double barrel the would have two shells to load, but according to the officers who responded, Amy stated that the first shot went off by accident in her room, then she “accidentally”, again, discharged the gun point blank into her brother’s chest. This would account for the two barrel, if in fact it was a double barreled shotgun. But, herein lays the rub! The officers also reported that Amy fired a 3rd round into the kitchen ceiling when exiting the kitchen’s rear door. If this was a double barreled shotgun, then she would have had to reload in the kitchen or in her room before coming down stairs. This fact “blows a hole” (no pun intended) with her statements that she needed help to “unload” the rounds from the gun.

If the gun was a pump action, then when the gun accidentally discharged in her room, she would have had to pump the gun in order for another round to be chambered prior to the second “accidental” discharge into her brother and then again before discharging her gun intentionally into the kitchen ceiling upon leaving the residence. Again, this would blow a hole into her statement of not being sufficiently aware of how to “unload” the weapon.

Bishop “suspected” in attempted pipe bomb attack (1993)

The criminal justice system failed monumentally in this case as it allowed a disturbed young women to walk away from a murder charge and even more so when the ATF and US Postal Service had her in its sights again for another crime as their prime suspect.

In 1993, Harvard Professor Dr. Paul Rosenberg had just returned home from a vacation and was in the process of opening his mail when he started to open a “long thin package” until he saw some wires and a cylinder inside. He stopped and immediately called police as he and his wife fled the residence fearing for their safety.

Inside of the package, police found two “six inch pipe bombs that were connected to two nine-volt batteries”!

According to Boston.com – “A law enforcement official said today that the investigation by the US Postal Service and the federal bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms focused on Bishop, a Harvard postdoctoral fellow who was working in the human biochemistry lab at Children’s Hospital at the time, and her husband, Anderson.

Bishop surfaced as a suspect because she was allegedly concerned that she was going to receive a negative evaluation from Rosenberg on her doctorate work, the official said. The official said investigators believed she had a motive to target Rosenberg and were concerned that she had a history of violence, given that she had shot her brother to death in 1986.”

Furthermore, according to the Boston.com – “a witness told investigators that Jimmy E. Anderson Jr. had said he “wanted to get back at’’ the doctor by shooting, bombing, stabbing, or strangling him, according to files released yesterday by the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

Nothing in the files indicated whether investigators found the unidentified witness credible. But the files confirmed that Anderson and his wife, Amy Bishop, were questioned in the attempted mail bombing. The documents also provided more details about why investigators may have focused on them - although they were never charged.

Rosenberg, a Harvard Medical School professor and physician at Children’s Hospital, told investigators that weeks before the attempted bombing, he played a role in Bishop’s resignation from her job as a postdoctoral research fellow in the hospital’s neurobiology lab because “he felt she could not meet the standards required for the work,’’ according to the documents.

Rosenberg said Bishop’s co-workers felt she had “problems with depression,’’ that he thought “she was not stable,’’ and that there had been growing concerns because she had “exhibited violent behavior.’’

Here we have two federal investigatory agencies looking into the 1986 and did not push for a fresh look into the case of her brothers shooting at the hands of their suspect.

There is an interesting notation into the pipe bomb case that details what the investigators found on Bishop’s computer when they performed a search of her residence. Again, according to Boston.com -- “ During a search of Bishop’s computer, authorities found a draft of a novel that Bishop was writing about a female scientist who had killed her brother and was hoping to make amends by becoming a great scientist, according to a person who was briefed on the investigation and spoke to the Globe on the condition of anonymity.”

This is an interesting development into a possible motive in the attempted pipe bomb plot as well as the recent shooting deaths at the University of Alabama Huntsville. If Dr. Bishop is writing a book that is mirroring her “internal demons” concerning the death of her brother at her hands and she is truly attempting in her own sick, twisted way, trying to make amends for her brothers death by becoming a “great scientist” -- then the pipe bombing against the man she perceived to be attempting to slight her in her quest for scientific prominence as well as those who sat in the room with her the day of her murderous rampage would have been an impediment to this goal also. They all stood in her way to make amends for her brother’s death.

In the recent shooting case Dr. Bishop again is claiming that she does not remember shooting these people in spite that the murders were up close and personal just like she claimed in the shooting death of her brother. Furthermore, her attorney is hinting at a possible ‘insanity” defense. This will be very hard to prove given the fact that two weeks before the University shootings, Amy Bishop had visited a firing range with her husband. Then directly after the shooting, Amy Bishop threw the weapon she used into a trash can in the bathroom in an attempt to conceal the weapon. All of these actions point to premeditation and clear thinking.

There are three types of mass murderers, the family annihilators, the paramilitary enthusiasts, and the disgruntled workers. Dr. Bishop seems to fit two of these categories – the family annihilator (brother) and disgruntled worker (recent killings).

Finally, the elitist attitude of superiority can be highlighted by another elite professor who was in the news recently (also in Massachusetts) when Henry Louis Gates, Jr. was arrested by white officers at his home in Cambridge.

According to Boston.com – “He was booked for disorderly conduct after “exhibiting loud and tumultuous behavior,” according to a police report. Gates accused the investigating officer of being a racist and told him he had "no idea who he was messing with,'' the report said.”

These examples of elitist rants of superiority mirror Amy Bishops 2002 assault on a woman at an IHOP where she punched another woman in the head over a child booster seat.  In that incident, before the punch was landed she yelled at the soon to be assaulted woman "I am Dr. Amy Bishop"!

You can rely on almost any Liberal politician, academician or public figure for this type of behavior of superiority. Unfortunately, the product of this superiority is getting people killed because of past cover-up by having the ability to manipulate the criminal justice system for those who are well connected.

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