New Norwegian Killing - Is it Related?
Run off: Police and ambulances in the residential district in Sandnes, where the shooting occurred. The houses in the background has nothing to do with the shooting. Photo: Ronny Hjertås
Last night (July 24th) two masked men in military uniform shot dead a 27 year old man in his home in Sandnes, Norway. Nowhere in the mainstream media can I find anybody wondering whether this is related to the massacre in Norway the day before – even though both were killings with guns, (very rare in Norway), and either this guy really was assassinated by soldiers, or both were carried out in false uniform.
Have I turned into a crazed conspiracy theorist, or is this lack of curiosity a little bit strange?
Can this second incident the same weekend in Norway of armed killers in uniforms relate in any way to the “two other cells” of which Breivik spoke in court? I am not claiming to know the answers, but there seem to me obvious questions here and I don’t understand why the media is not asking them.
Man shot and killed in Sandnes
27-year-old from Sandnes, who was shot in his home on Sunday evening died later of his injuries.
Police said the shooting victim is a 27-year-old man. He was transported to Stavanger University Hospital after being shot in the head and later died of his injuries.
Two masked men in military clothing should be taken into 27-year-old home of Lura, Sandnes, Norway. It should have been fired one shot at about 19.50 on Sunday night.
- People who saw the deceased was allegedly driving a dark station wagon, says operations manager at Rogaland Police District, Kjetil Føyen, to VG Nett.
Rogaland Police District has launched a full murder investigation and are interested in information from the public.
- He was shot by the police unknown person, says Føyen.
According Rogaland Avis got the police statement about the incident 19.53.
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