Possible Colorado Sniper – Cyclist Killed, Motorist Shot In Neck, 9 Incidents In Past Month…

… and now a ballistics match between the Cyclist and the Motorist. This is one of those stories seemingly missed by the national media as the course of time clouds the dot connections.

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Back on April 24th the New York Post wrote an article about four incidents where motorists windows were shot out in a similar area in Colorado. The New York Post article was prompted by the shooting of a driver on I-25, Cori Romero (25):

[…]  Mystery shootings in northern Colorado have prompted concern that a serial attacker may be targeting highway drivers, police said.

The worst incident occurred late Wednesday on Interstate 25 when a female driver was shot through the neck in Larimer County, authorities said.

“I’m on the highway right now and somebody just hit me and I’m bleeding from the neck and I’m scared,” the unidentified woman told a 911 dispatcher, according to ABC News.

In all, there have four incidents in three days on or near I-25, a main north-south highway in Colorado.  (link)

However, the incidents continued.

Since the New York Post article there have now been nine suspicious events with motorist windows shattering on/around the I-25 corridor in Colorado over the past month.

This is in addition to the April 22nd shooting where Ms. Romero was shot in the neck while driving on I-25. Fortunately, she survived her injuries.

Then, on May 18th, a man was randomly shot twice and killed while riding his bicycle on Country Road 15, just south of County road 72, in the same vicinity. Read here, for more information on bicycle accidents.

Police have now confirmed a link between the two shootings. According to 7News in Denver the link is a ballistics match. The FBI is now investigating the death of the cyclist, and has offered a $10,000 reward.

However, the police are reluctant to give more information.

“They appear to be random (shootings),” Windsor Police Chief John Michaels said. However, he wouldn’t say if he believes a “sniper” is on the loose.

A local news report is available HERE.

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Local Media have this timeline summary at the bottom of their report.  Yet, the local police are reluctant to say if they have a sniper at large?

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You decide.

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44 Responses to Possible Colorado Sniper – Cyclist Killed, Motorist Shot In Neck, 9 Incidents In Past Month…

  1. PatriotUSA says:

    Random: made, done, happening, or chosen without method or conscious decision.

    Not even close to random when one looks at the above definition. There has been a conscious decision to shoot multiple victims and there have been a method that has been given a fair amount of thought. Of course the ‘authorities’ know more than they are releasing for the obvious reasons.

    This will just not end well no matter how it ends.

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  2. Tonawanda says:

    Multiply this shooter by 10 or 20 across the nation (coordinated) and you have a pretty good, low cost jihad terror plan going. Sort of like Malvo/Mohammed on a very manageable grand scale.

    I am NOT saying or suggesting the Colorado shootings are jihad. We have no idea what they are.

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    • RJ says:

      However, if I was of such a frame of mind which embraced the muslim faith and wished for jihad (when I ever think we would need to learn the meanings of such words?) would I not grasped the notion you just presented? Simple, effective and with a high cost-benefit ratio on the side of jihad: What’s not to like if the game plan is to terrorize and kill infidels, Americans?

      Me, Senor? No, I am Mexican, central American…not middle eastern…Allah willing!

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  3. RoyBaty says:

    Who else but Jihadi’s want to kill random Americans? Oh, right, forgot those returning military vets.

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  4. seabrznsun says:

    Reminiscent of the Belt-way snipers, Muhammad and Malvo, of 2002-2003; which, though only slightly mentioned, had references to jihad.

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    • beanpancakes says:

      Was pregnant worth my first child in 2003 in VA and scared every time I had to pump gas. I hope they catch the CO culprit quickly.

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    • ytz4mee says:

      Yes. I remember that terror even today. Our kids were in lockdown at school several times due to (thankfully) false alarms. The Lamestream Media extended the issue by falsely reporting and spreading the meme that it was an “angry white guy”.

      You are right. Black, angry and muslim. Notice how the Lamestream Media has memory holed Muhammed and Malvo?

      ADD: “AND” …. Malvo was an illegal, underage alien.

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  5. Daniel says:

    I had heard this story before May but hadn’t heard since the first telling if it. They said it was nothing more than mysterious shattering of glass at the time. My first thought was kid with a quality BB gun because initial reports were of no bullets found. Now we’re talking ballistics meaning either they suppressed that information or they finally found proof it’s from a firearm.

    If the FBI is on it, then they have their profilers on it. And if the FBI and their profilers are on it, then they have profiled the suspect and “that’s bad, because profiling is bad.” In the case of the DC sniper, it was a black man… two black men actually. Black Muslims more precisely. If I recall, the news put out a false profile describing a white person which actually enraged the people doing it.

    Keeping it as quiet as they did, most people still don’t know the DC sniper(s) were Muslims calling out “allahu akbar!” in some of their planning and other materials.

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    • partyzantski says:

      The DC Beltway “sniper” was billed for the longest time as a white lo-fo type in a white work van. See http://www.wnd.com/2002/11/15844/regarding “Chief” Moose… money quote: “rewarding incompetence validates incompetence, and can even institutionalize it…” He further wrote about Moose’s racist bias, “police who checked cars on roads and freeways following each shooting were ordered to wave cars by if the drivers were minorities or females, according to one ATF agent. They were told to search only cars with white males behind the wheel”.

      And
      “We were looking for a white van with white people, and we ended up with a blue car with black people,” was D.C. Police Chief Charles Ramsey’s afterthought upon the fact that the culprit car had attracted police attention at least 10 times during the critical period…bears analogy to the New York Times publication of Unabomber Ted Kaczynski’s 35,000-word manifesto….The FBI profilers on that case had been looking for an uneducated man with a menial job”. http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2002-12-15/entertainment/0212160297_1_van-zandt-serial-killers-snipers

      I’ll go with the police know enough to NOT follow the example of “Chief” Moose. Profilers are at work, but that vocation has a chasm of credibility to cross.

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      • And remember, too, that all jihadists need is a job and all will be well. /sarc
        realitycheck’s post on Holmes above listed facts I had not been aware of – highly educated parents with careers, Holmes himself highly educated and swimming in scholarships.. so why do “some people” keep looking for poor, illiterate white people with menial jobs?? It’s because the liberal meme is WRONG. Think about how they think about the Tea Party. A writer in Opera News, of all publications, referred to the Tea Party as “misogynistic.” Kudos for the big word, guy, but you got it WRONG.

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  6. dalethorn says:

    I’d consider it a targeted hit with extra shots to appear random, until proven otherwise. As a practical matter, since it’s a useful technique.

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    • Tonawanda says:

      Were both those struck targeted, do you think, or was one of those struck just camouflage? Or both camouflage and the intended target has not yet been hit?

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      • dalethorn says:

        That’s the million dollar question. I don’t know enough about the victims as yet to compile any suspicions, but in the beltway sniper case I seem to remember one or more persons shot had the kind of connections to justify pursuing that angle.

        My problem with a lot of police and FBI investigations are those that have conflicts of interest that are either right in your face (Baltimore) or more subtle and passed over by the media and the public. Not to get off track, but to give an example of the granddaddy or all conflicts is allowing a new president (as a result of the previous man being assassinated) to control the investigation(s), when any cop should know he’s the chief suspect, automatically.

        My simple take on the Colorado shootings is that I’d like to see the investigation look at each victim’s business, political, and social links, see if any of them involve threats or whatever, then run down anything that sticks out.

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  7. Tonawanda says:

    I am trying to come up with a reason, any reason, for the police chief’s statement. Why not simply say: we are divulging no facts or theories now? How does what he actually said square with public safety?

    If we assume he misspoke when he said the shootings were random, shouldn’t he have publicly corrected that once it was pointed out to him how it sounds to folks?

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  8. BobNoxious says:

    CNN did a story on this during a late night segment last week and got into a little hot water for referring to it as a “serial killer” on the loose.

    http://www.mediaite.com/online/cnn-deletes-tweet-after-colorado-anchor-slams-them-for-referring-to-unverified-serial-killer/

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  9. skeptiktank says:

    You would think it would be fairly easy to determine whether the glass was struck by bullets or not. They tend to go through the glass, and leave a little round hole. Then the bullet is found in the car. I suspect most of these incidents were, in fact, road debri, and are unrelated to the shootings.

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  10. Stormy says:

    The two victims appear to have been randomly targeted, officials say, and two shots were fired in each case.

    Authorities are asking anyone with information on either of the shootings to call Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Officials say tipsters can also contact a local FBI office or the nearest American embassy or consulate.

    http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_28215802/authorities-windsor-bicyclists-killing-i-25-shooting-are?source=hot-topic-bar

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  11. Yes, as usual, it’s a bit distressing.
    Instead of trying to find the criminal or criminal elements, whoever they may be, LE seeks either “white vets” “blacks” or Hispanic folks.. Personally, I think it’s “wall street”

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  12. James F says:

    Don’t forget Mohmmad the Kanasas Sniper from last year. The press sure kept that story low key, especially after the shooter turned out to be a black muslim. Golly gee, what could possibly have been his motivation?

    Suspected Kansas City highway sniper charged; no motive given (+video)
    Mohammed Pedro Whitaker, a medical supply company employee, was charged in 9 highway shootings so far out of 12 in the Kansas City area in which three people were wounded.
    http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Justice/2014/0418/Suspected-Kansas-City-highway-sniper-charged-no-motive-given-video

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  13. mazziflol says:

    Any connection to Colorado movie shooter trial dates?

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  14. partyzantski says:

    For those not looking at some background on Larimer County, I offer this:
    http://data.denverpost.com/election/results/county/larimer/2012/

    They went for Obama, 2x. Looking at the overall election trends there, I would venture to say it is a pro-Dem, pro pot jurisdiction.

    Will it be a case of some ideologue looking to immanentize the eschaton/apply the Foco theory of Revolution?.

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    • Sam says:

      Larimer County has seen a lot of housing development and growth in the last 10 years. It used to be reliably conservative. Not any more! Also Colorado State University is in Larimer County, Fort Collins to be exact, and the student vote is reliably Democrat. Out of state students are considered residents for voting purposes. They are giving Boulder a run for its money in the leftist moonbat race to the bottom.

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  15. boogalooflu@yahoo.com says:

    from a CTH fan, Jack Cashill, regarding the KC sniper:
    http://cashill.com/regional/whatever_happened_to.htm

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