Were the 2010 UK Cumbria Shootings Committed To Help Conceal Real Reason Behind 2009 Floods?

To the users of this website, watch this four-part film by researcher Richard D Hall to the end if you wish to understand why it is posted here.  

Those at the highest levels of power are spending an unbridled fortune on trying to convince the public that (carbon-dioxide induced) “man-made climate change” is real.   Flooding in Cumbria, England in November, 2009, which led to a policeman being swept away to his death, may have been one of a multitude of manufactured “climate-related” environmental disasters.

Related:  Flood Experience Boosts Climate Change Acceptance

The engineered nature of the flooding was going to be exposed by a solicitor named Kevin Commons, who was seeking compensation for its victims.  It may have been Commons who was the main target of the Cumbria shootings of 2010.  

Published on Richplanet.net by Richard D Hall:

In June 2010 Cumbria suffered one of the worst criminal acts involving firearms in British history. Twelve people were killed and eleven injured at 24 shooting locations. The mainstream media rushed to Whitehaven the same day and had the entire case all wrapped up before the sun had set. They named the perpetrator as Derrick Bird, who they said was responsible for the entire massacre. It didn’t take them long to then explain his motives, and it seemed there were many. This case immediately suggested to me there was more to these shootings than had been discovered. In December 2013 I started my own investigation, and I have now spoken to dozens of first hand witnesses. The film follows my search for the truth and, demonstrates major anomalies in the evidence which suggests there could be an entirely different motive for what happened that day.

Link Here: http://www.richplanet.net/starship_main.php?ref=205&part=1

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