Posted on 07 February 2010 by admin
The official police line in regard to the Death of Thomas Hamilton is unique in all of the murder investigations that I am aware of.
In fact every member of SAGBNI should have immediately picked up on this glaring oddity, but instead the SAGBNI forum has submerged to the depths of in-fighting and character assassination, than dwell on the realities that just may have saved their sport.
You see according to The Cullen Inquiry, which adopted the evidence of ‘Scene of Crime’ Investigator, the former Strathclyde police Sergeant, Malcolm Chisholm, Thomas Hamilton had to have been the living form of the Hindu God, Mahakala.
Thomas Hamilton couldn’t have been Vishnu, as Vishnu had only four arms, and Thomas Hamilton’s deeds, according to Malcolm Chisholm, were superior to even Vishnu. Just what exactly do you mean, you will ask? Well it’s really quite simple, and every shooter will confirm this observation.
Malcolm Chisholm stated, and it was accepted by the Cullen Inquiry that Thomas Hamilton was found wearing four holsters. Around his body were found four handguns, to wit, two Browning pistols and two Smith & Wesson revolvers, along with a certain amount of magazines for the two Browning pistols loaded, and unloaded and other spent cartridges.
Malcolm Chisholm stated emphatically that the evidence had not been touched.
That being the case, Thomas Hamilton could not have been Vishnu! Thomas Hamilton had to have been of a higher deity, and that means Mahakala.
You see a mere mortal armed with four handguns, and shooting targets, would have carried three of those handguns in their holsters, and used two hands to aim, shoot, and change over magazines, once the magazines became empty. Ordinary mere mortals would also have holstered the Browning pistol after shooting all the targets, and then producing the Smith & Wesson revolver in which to end the facade by killing himself.
Thus, armed with four handguns, and needing an extra hand to steady the handgun, cock, unload and reload, Thomas Hamilton would have required at least five hands. There are no five armed deities, even in Hindu, which simply means that Thomas Hamilton would have required six hands and arms.
Had Thomas Hamilton been a mere mortal shooter, then three of his firearms would have been in their holsters. Even to exchange firearms, the first would have been replaced back in its holster and then the next firearm would have been produced.
But apparently Thomas Hamilton according to Lord Cullen was not a mere mortal. Thomas Hamilton then could only have been Mahakala of the 6 arms, a Hindu God, a God of Death and Destruction; Mahakala.
Andrew S MacGregor
A FOOTNOTE FROM ANDREW MACGREGOR
By using such focuses as Mahakala, it should make it obvious to any shooter that what happened, or rather what we were told happened, is absolute rubbish. Most honest shooters would have been aware that they had been ‘done in’, but wouldn’t know how or by whom. Now after reading the above, they would definitely know. I hope!
You see, what they did at Dunblane was to put the focus on the handguns, for virtually a visual effect. Even though all the children and teachers were shot with the one handgun, they wanted as many guns as possible to enhance their picture. They also wanted to overpower any suggestion that Dunblane was a one in a million occurrence.
What you also had at Dunblane was Malcolm Chisholm (Scene of Crime Officer), who was outside the constabulary, controlling everything. That is why Grant McCutcheon (the off-duty police officer) had to be forgotten very quickly.
You know, if SAGBNI had been doing its job properly from the start, then most of these anomalies would have been exposed.
Since they weren’t, then either SAGBNI was run by very incompetent men, and they’re not, or they had to be fifth columns.