Clackamas Mall Shooting: Three Dead
By Loren Coleman | TwilightLanguage
Some eyewitnesses are reporting the Clackamas shooter wore a "Jason" hockey mask.
On Tuesday, December 11, 2012, a shooting occurred at the Clackamas Town Center mall, near Portland, Oregon, leaving three dead. The mall attack began at around 3:20 p.m.
Specifically, the violence occurred in Clackamas, near the 20 screen multiplex Century movie theater, which is an anchor at the mall. It will be recalled that it was at a Century movie theater location where the Aurora, Colorado, shootings took place on July 20, 2012.
(Enki writes: "I checked, and the Century Clackamas Town Center and XD theater is playing Red Dawn.")
By 4:50 p.m., the shooter, wearing a white (camouflage) mask and a bulletproof vest, was "neutralized," according to the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Department. Officials did not initially say if the suspect was dead, who shot him, or his identity. The suspect is dead, along with two victims; all remain unidentified.
The shooter’s cause of death may have been suicide, as at the law enforcement news conference at 6:30 p.m. Pacific, it was stated that police did not fire any weapons in the mall. By 6:45 p.m., CNN was confirming the suspect had died by suicide.
The Clackamas Town Center mall has some distinctive external art, as seen here. I am still attempting to discover the name of the artist.
Read the full article at: copycateffect.blogspot
The gunman is believed to have worn a white hockey mask like Jason’s from the movie Friday the 13th
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