Mind Control: Colorado Shooter Was One of Six Students With Grant for ‘Elite’ Neuroscience Program

Tuesday, July 24, 2012
By Paul Martin

By Alex Thomas
theintelhub.com
July 24, 2012

In the wake of the horrific shooting that took place during a showing of Batman “The Dark Knight Rises” in a Colorado movie theater that left at least a dozen people dead, many startling revelations about the suspected shooter have emerged.

Independent journalists throughout the alternative media have written hard hitting reports that detail the numerous facts that point to the shooting being an actual black op rather than a crazed shooter acting alone.

Now, a report from the USA Today has highlighted yet another startling piece of information in regards to who James Holmes supposedly was.

The report details the fact that the University of Colorado had given Holmes a 26,000 grant after he was accepted into an elite neuroscience program that only admits six students per year.

University of Colorado officials disclosed Monday that mass shooting suspect James Holmes was being paid $26,000 a year for his studies — money that could have financed the cache of firearms, ammunition and explosive devices found in his apartment.
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Holmes, 24, unexpectedly dropped out of an elite neuroscience graduate program June 10 after failing part of his first-year final exam.
School officials say they were stunned to learn of his arrest Friday after a shooting rampage at a packed movie house a few miles from campus that left 12 dead and 58 injured. Police found Holmes’ apartment near campus filled with booby-trapped explosive devices.
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The program to which Holmes was accepted last fall admits just six students a year.
Candidates have top grades and “near perfect” test scores, Shur said. They undergo a background check but no mental examination. “No program requires psychiatric evaluation, to the best of my knowledge,”

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