TL;DR: There have been many suspicious mass killings in the USA that have been attributed to lone wolf crazies, but were more likely caused by well-connected conspirators.
Why Have There Been More Mass Shootings Under Obama than the Four Previous Presidents Combined?
December 2, 2015
The following analysis considers the FBI’s definition of a mass murder, which is defined as “a number of murders (four or more) occurring during the same incident, with no distinctive time period between the murders”.
When all incidents where four or more people were shot in a single event are broken out by president going back to Reagan (considering the database only stretches back to 1982), there just so happens to have been a startling increase in mass shootings since Obama, the most pro-gun control president America has had in modern history, took office.
Mass Shootings under the Last Five Presidents
Ronald Reagan: 1981-1989 (8 years) 11 mass shootings
Incidents with 8 or more deaths = 5
George H. W. Bush: 1989-1993 (4 years) 12 mass murders
Incidents with 8 or more deaths = 3
Bill Clinton: 1993-2001 (8 years) 23 mass murders
Incidents with 8 or more deaths = 4
George W. Bush: 2001-2009 (8 years) 20 mass murders
Incidents with 8 or more deaths = 5
Barrack H. Obama: 2009-2015 (in 7th year) 162 mass murders
Incidents with 8 or more deaths = 18
(You can download the full list of names, dates, locations, and numbers of deaths per mass shooting by president prepared for this article here.)
Look at the difference between all other presidents and Barack Obama.
Two men were doused with gasoline and set on fire in Baltimore.
The suspect is black.
The media says one car ran out of gas so the four men parked the second car and walked to get gas. — That doesn’t make sense.
Bystanders stood around and watched, filmed the attack… and then posted it online!
Christopher Harrison, Jr. was charged with attempted first-degree murder.
The Baltimore Sun reported on the attack.
Of course, they omitted certain facts about the attack – like the race of the suspect.
A man poured gasoline on two co-workers and set them on fire in White Marsh Friday night, Baltimore County police said.
Christopher Harrison Jr., 28, of the 900 block Top View Dr. in Edgewood has been charged with attempted first-degree murder, first- and second-degree assault and reckless endangerment, police spokesman Cpl. Shawn Vinson said.
The victims, two men, were taken to a local hospital with major burn injuries, police said. Both were in critical condition, Vinson said Saturday afternoon.
The incident occurred along Route 40 near Allender Road, Vinson said.
He said he did not know where they worked together.
The cause of the dispute remained unclear, Vinson said.
A homeless man has died months after a brutal attack outside a Philadelphia gas station that left him in a coma.
Robert Barnes, 51, died Wednesday. The story of his passing was first reported by Brian Hickey with PhillyVoice.com.
Barnes was attacked by a group of six people on April 7 outside the Sunoco gas station at 5th Street and Somerville Avenue in the city’s Olney section.
The attack involved a hammer, a piece of wood and mace. The entire attack was caught on surveillance camera.
The video shows a group jump from a minivan and rush towards Barnes as he stood outside the gas station. They then punch him, stomp on him and strike him with a hammer.
After attacking Barnes, the group jumped back into the minivan and sped off.
Three adults — Aleathea Gillard, 34, Shareena Joachim, 23, and Kaisha Duggins, 24 – are charged in the case. Gillard, Joachim and Duggins all rejected plea deals and will stand trial in January. The charges are expected to be upgraded following Barnes’ death.
Police say one of Gillard’s children falsely accused Barnes of hitting him, which prompted the attack.
Three teens, a 14-year-old boy, 12-year-old girl and a 13-year-old boy ,all pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and conspiracy and were remanded to juvenile detention centers.
Published at 8:36 AM EST on Nov 26, 2015