Gunman Opens Fire on Federal Courthouse in Dallas

Earlier today in downtown Dallas, Texas, a 22-year-old man in a balaclava and “combat gear” opened fire at the outside of a federal courthouse. It wasn’t long before good guys with guns returned fire and ended up killing the gunman. Thankfully this happened before any innocents or officers were injured. From the sounds of it, the gunman wasn’t anywhere near out of ammo and may have had an explosive device in his vehicle . . .

According to Dallas News:

Dallas police detonated a suspicious device about 10:40 a.m. that was found in the 2003 Nissan Altima Clyde had driven to the courthouse. The blast was strong enough to shake sapling trees blocks away.

DeSarno would not confirm Monday afternoon whether law enforcement found explosives inside the car.

So “a suspicious device” was detonated by police but was that device itself dangerous in any way? Unknown at this time.

What we do know from photos and descriptions is that the gunman was carrying an AR15 and at least 150 rounds of ammunition if we’re to assume the magazines that were on him were loaded.

Details will continue coming to light and, no doubt, changing as we find out more. And it sure sounds like they’ve put enough people on the case. Also from the Dallas News article:

…more than 200 FBI agents and other law enforcement are investigating the shooting. Investigators expect they will have multiple videos from several angles to watch as they determine what happened.

Sure enough, in 2019 videos are all but guaranteed. Here are just a couple of the myriad videos we can expect to see over the next few days:

More to come as updates and confirmed information is released.


  1. avatar Tracy says:

    Too bad it wasn’t also so easy to put down these but cases.

    1. avatar Ticktalk says:

      I am not sure.. but I think this said something like : too bad it isn’t always so easy to put down these nut cases…

      1. avatar Kyle says:

        Just wonder how long it will be before it wont be ‘nutcases’ doing this.

        1. avatar B.D. says:

          Anyone who does this, is a nutcase. What point are you trying to make?

    2. avatar jakee308 says:

      A case of terminal stupidity. He wasn’t much of a tactician either. I guess he thought it would be like a video game.

      Sadly there’s no save button to restore your previous position.

      We really need some research to find out what actually is the cause for these folks to start shooing places up. Is it video games? Drugs prescribed for boys to make them more manageable? Too much tv showing such losers the fact that they’ll never be a success with women, wear nice clothes or have nice houses (unless they buckle down and work. No instant winners)

      It’s not guns that are responsible. I believe it’s something to do with the public school system. Haven’t heard of a home schooler doing this or a catholic school grad.

      1. avatar CLarson says:

        Dungeons and Dragons and Alice Cooper devil music, obviously. 🤘

        1. avatar Geoff “Guns. Lots of guns.” PR says:

          Well, well, well.

          Looks like has verified icel themes :

          “He also posted memes that reference the so-called incel movement, which stands for involuntary celibate.”

          This is my surprised face, that he couldn’t get laid…

        2. avatar Swarf says:

          Dude owned a waifu pillow.

          I rest my case.

        3. avatar User1 says:

          @Geoff “Guns. Lots of guns.” PR

          I saw on the local news he was divorced but got back together with her recently and was going to remarry.

      2. avatar Joel says:

        This is the new version of suicide by cop. Same as the other nut case from a week ago. But instead of being a second page story it’s front page news if they take a few with them.

        1. avatar User1 says:

          A lot of white Americans are on drugs. It’s very common.

        2. avatar Knute(ken) says:

          And almost all of the psychoactive prescription drugs that so many are on have murderous and/or suicidal thoughts listed as a side effect. Do you suppose that might have a connection to the larger than normal number of such incidents now? Or is it all just one big coincidence?

      3. avatar User1 says:

        This attack doesn’t appear to be about shooting innocent people. He went after the government. The last shooting like that in Texas was done by a former military man who was tired of the corrupt Texas government.

        The shooter dressed like a militant/cop, he wore a mask too. He didn’t have a great plan nor did he buy body armor. He tried to shoot through the entrance of the government building, but the entrance is designed to stop such attacks, he then tried to escape.

        He likely recently decided to attack the government and bought an AR-15. He didn’t seem well prepared to take on the police.

        1. avatar User1 says:

          Hard armor that is, for rifle protection.

        2. avatar billy-bob says:

          ABC said he had an “assault rifle and bullet proof vest”. Did they lie? Again? Still?

        3. avatar User1 says:


          It looked like he had an AR-15 with a red dot, some old soft body armor and a belt with a bunch of AR mags.

          He was ready to take on the local police with their pistols. He wasn’t ready to take on rifles and the feds.

        4. avatar JohnQ says:

          He had an old school (think late 80s to mid early 00s) flack jacket. It’s not projectile rated and meant for shrapnel protection. It CAN stop the smaller pistol calibers, but after .308/9mm Kurtz, it’s no more than a shitty sweater…

      4. avatar S R says:

        This guy explains why there are so many mass shootings

      5. avatar frank speak says:

        narcissism, probably…a lot of these people are divorced from reality…still not sure what he was hoping to accomplish…security in federal buildings is usually confined to guys with pistols…but there are a lot of them…dumbass should have worn body armor and he might have survived…

  2. avatar Thixotropic says:

    Since HHS moved hundreds of thousands of Welfare Baboons into the area, DFW has become a real shithole.

    This guy was particularly dumb as he didn’t opt for a gun free zone.

    1. avatar B.D. says:

      I live in an area in Montana that’s majority white, large Trump supporters, and a lot of welfare. Crime rates relatively low. So what’s your point?

      1. avatar jsled says:

        racism is his point, of course.

        1. avatar B.D. says:

          Sounded like it. What a tool

        2. avatar possum huffer of exhaust fumes says:

          I’m confused? I thought Racism was the religion of humans whom race. If it ain’t politic’s it’s religion, somebody’s always gotta be wrong.

      2. avatar John in Ohio says:

        “majority white”

        I believe that was his point. The emphasis wasn’t likely on “welfare”, but rather on “baboons”.

    2. avatar User1 says:

      That’s because he wanted to refresh the tree of liberty…

      1. avatar Arc says:

        Its painful to think about how little thought and effort these people put into their five minutes of fame attacks…

      2. avatar John in Ohio says:

        He was going to need a bigger boat.

        1. avatar frank speak says:

          as I watched I couldn’t help feeling what was going through his mind near the end…something like “whoops,..really BAD idea”….

  3. avatar American Patriot says:

    Another 22 year old…..We need to raise the voting age to 26 & make killing for no reason illegal…..

    1. avatar Ransom says:

      Everytime I hear about something Like this I think the same thing. Obviously this guy didn’t know that murder was illegal.

      1. avatar B.D. says:

        That’s it. Make voting illegal, and make murder illegaler

    2. avatar User1 says:

      He was part of the Army at one point. Why don’t you respect your military? You will send them to kill Muslims for your freedoms at home but they can’t own guns or vote when they get back?

      1. avatar American Patriot says:

        I spent 6 yrs in the Army what difference does that make? What I said didn’t have anything to do with the military, just another young liberal snot that didn’t get any likes on fakebook or wants to make a name on the news. He got his just…..nuff said!

    3. avatar Chier says:

      There’s a solid reason why auto insurance for males under the age of 26 costs three times as much as it does for females of the same age. Testosterone makes you crazy.

      1. Sounds like a “Sexist” comment! An Attack on the patriarchy!

    4. avatar Mason says:

      Isn’t killing for no reason already illegal? Isn’t killing for (almost) any reason illegal?

      1. avatar American Patriot says:

        I was being facetious (as in the 100’s of gun laws). But I guess it doesn’t have the same effect when you have to EXPLAIN IT!

  4. avatar MLee says:

    Oh dear, he pissed his pants! I’ll leave all the feel-good thoughtful comments up to the rest of you.

    1. avatar B.D. says:

      Yes, that happens when you die that way.

      1. avatar jwtaylor says:

        Meh, sometimes. I’ve seen well over 100 people die violent deaths. Sometimes they piss or shit themselves, sometimes they get a boner, sometimes they just die.

        1. avatar Rad Man says:

          I’m going to opt for the boner. May as well go out with style.

        2. avatar Tom in Oregon says:

          Quite common back in the day after a hanging.
          Angle lust, death erection, priapism.

        3. avatar B.D. says:

          I second that I want a hard on when I die.

        4. avatar possum huffer of exhaust fumes says:

          I want a hard on , with a donut stuck on it.

        5. avatar American Patriot says:

          I would of went with a Dozen but men Arn’t created equal:-)

      2. avatar MLee says:

        Well honestly, being 22, trying to be the big guy on the block and shoot up the place only to fail miserably and get your picture taken dead a door nail and having pissed himself wasn’t the classiest way to go.

        I hope that Florida coward Scot Peterson watched this. This is how you handle a shooter situation.

        1. avatar Swarf says:

          What, shoot back?

          Never works. The good guy with a gun is a myth. Recipe for disaster. Extra murder salad.

    2. avatar MaddMaxx says:

      Probably evacuated his bowels as well since all muscle function ceases at the moment of DEATH..

      1. avatar A O says:

        All muscle function does not cease upon death. Some are locked in the position they were when death occurred. Electric charges in the body can also cause additional muscle movement when dead. Rigor begins to change the composition of the muscles, hardening them due to proteins, eventually relaxing when decomposition begins.

        1. avatar Arc says:

          Applying repeated electric shocks will soften a body affected by rigor mortis. Ahem.. don’t ask me how I know this…

        2. avatar Swarf says:

          I definitely– defiantly– will not ask.

    3. avatar Jon says:

      That’s the one thing you noticed?! I’d hate to see your browser history.

    4. avatar Hannibal says:

      glad I’m not the only one who chuckled upon seeing that in the video. Protip: before you get yourself shot, if you have the opportunity (and this guy did), use the bathroom FIRST. Or don’t if you really want to assault people one more time after you die.

  5. avatar Arizona Free says:

    Wow we got a name, video that shows the suspect not blurred out. Did they report on his race yet?

    1. avatar Ranger Rick says:


      1. avatar jwtaylor says:

        Yeah, based on the video, he is very pale.

        1. avatar User1 says:

          Even when I am at my palest I am still darker than he was.

    2. avatar Southern Cross says:

      Does anyone want to tick the following boxes:

      Known to police

      Known to social services

      Known to medical practitioners

      Registered Democrat

    3. avatar User1 says:

      White male, 22, Army, Texan, pro gun, anti Hillary, anti Democrat, online troll, etc.

      1. avatar Arc says:

        Army, that explains it. Probably the underwater basket weaver with a certification in clusterfuck.

  6. avatar D says:

    Ban the Nissan Altima Clyde

    1. avatar Ed Schrade says:

      The brand of gasoline that was in the tank is responsible for this !

  7. avatar Political gristle says:

    200 fbi and leo’s are investigating huh?
    All 200, eh? Huh.

    1. avatar barnbwt says:

      They got ’em workin’ in shifts!

    2. avatar DaveL says:

      “but when we got to the scene of the crime, there was five police
      Officers and three police cars, bein’ the biggest crime of the last fifty
      Years and everybody wanted to get in the newspaper story about it”

      Arloe Guthrie, “Alice’s Restaurant”

  8. avatar Yellow My Devil says: reports the gunman was 22-year-old Brian Isaack Clyde, a former Army Infantryman. There wasn’t any record of threats or extremist activity on his social media accounts, but I’m sure more info will follow.

    1. avatar jwtaylor says:

      That site requires a subscription to read the story.
      Isn’t the minimum service tour still 8 years? Either 4 years active and 4 years IRR or 8 years Reserve?
      Was he discharged early?

      1. avatar B.D. says:

        4 active. 4 inactive. I didn’t have to do any reserve time, but I reenlisted once too. It varies.

      2. avatar M1Lou says:

        It depends. In recruiting I’ve seen terms as low as 2 years with an 8 year total requirement. Infantry was sometimes a 2-3 year stint depending on projected need. My cousin did 3 years active as an Infantryman.

        1. avatar frank speak says:

          reportedly had mental issues…discharged early…

      3. avatar Arc says:

        Lowest term is 2 years, but most jobs are 3 and four years. If you wana do something high speed, its probably going to be a 5-6 years active because the school work is at least two years

    2. avatar Ark says:

      I will eat my hat if this clown was an actual infantryman.

      1. avatar That_Guy says:

        “The Department of Defense confirmed to The Leaf-Chronicle that Clyde served as an Army infantryman from August 2015 to February 2017.”

        Hope your hat tastes great.

        1. avatar jwtaylor says:

          So that means he was in about a year with his actual unit, assuming he didn’t sit in med-hold for that whole time, which is also possible. He may, or may not, have actually received his cordon bleu.

        2. avatar barnbwt says:

          Wouldn’t be the first time a mental-case got tossed back at us civilians after being found to be badly ‘off’ in training & quietly ‘disavowed’ by his superiors without raising the appropriate alarms *cough* Sutherland Springs. Didn’t we pass a law or something to fix this issue once & for all? Fix NICS, was it? So we not only gave up our one bargaining chip for HPA unilaterally, but it didn’t even do any good? I can’t help but wonder why we bothered.

      2. avatar jwtaylor says:

        Discharged 2 years ago, at the age of 20. So he spent no more than 2 years in, and a good part of that was initial training and out-processing. Likely he got chaptered out in training or shortly after hitting his unit. In the pics of him at the shooting, he’s a soup sandwich.

        1. avatar B.D. says:

          Was my first impressions. Failed infantryman and or just wanted to die. Seems both. The media will still use it though. No combat experience won’t even be mentioned.

        2. avatar User1 says:

          He also was in JROTC.

        3. avatar Ardent says:

          Good observation. I was just thinking that for such a young fellow his physique sure went down hill of the average recent infantry man in a hurry. He sort of looks like the kind of guy who washes out early in his career, and given his apparent emotional instability I’d say it’s a good bet his short stint with the army was largely taken up by sitting around waiting for them to decide what to discharge him for.

          Obviously it’s just my opinion, but on a guy that young that much pudge suggests either a lifetime of being quite sedentary or certain types of psychoactive drugs.

    3. avatar MaddMaxx says:

      Last week, Clyde uploaded a Facebook video suggesting plans with a gun.

      “I don’t know how much longer I have, but a storm is coming. However, I’m not without defense,” he said in the brief video, pulling out a rifle. “I’m fuckin’ ready. Let’s do it.”

      On Saturday, he uploaded a picture of 10 gun magazines. On Sunday, he uploaded a picture of a sword with the caption “A modern gladius to defend the modern Republic.”

      1. avatar B.D. says:

        Sounds like a reservist…

        1. avatar User1 says:

          Sounds like a NRA member that hates the liberals and a member of the “gun community” that will go out fighting if the government ever tries to take his guns.

          Semper Fi

          Though he was Army.

        2. avatar Arc says:

          “A storm is coming” is usually something said by white nationalists. I would be interested in his motives.

      2. avatar Dani in WA says:

        It kinda looks like he was spelling something with the mags.
        Does “IMMI” mean anything to anyone?

      3. There appears to be a Leftist Troll here who took a wrong turn at Fox news…Wouldn’t User#2, I mean User1 be more comfortable posting on CNN or MSNBC. while drink a Soy Latte…Instead of posting here….?

        1. avatar User1 says:

          I’m allergic to (Monsanto) soy and phony patriots.

          You dismiss my comments because you can’t deal with them. You call me a troll because I shove you out of the matrix and test you. You behave just like the leftist Republicans and Democrats.

          I have to fit their strict hypocritical standards to be considered a conservative, when I don’t they call me a leftist. Then actual extreme leftists attack me for being extreme right.

          Religion is a wonderful thing.

    4. avatar Jimmy crack korn says:

      “Former Infrantryman” The Army gave him poor training. Should have worn armor. Used a drum mag as the Primary assault load and planned well, he did none of that. No one research hollywood bank robberies? Research, train, plan, duh.

      1. avatar B.D. says:

        The army had nothing to do with this.

        1. avatar User1 says:

          The Army has a lot to do with this. Probably the NRA too. And Republicans, seeing he wasn’t found of Hillary and Hollywood. He loved his guns and wanted to defend the republic.

          All enemies foreign and domestic.

      2. avatar Arc says:

        Well, the USMC isn’t much better for training. “So we are going to patrol up this wadi until some randos shoot at us.”

        Army training is probably along the lines of… “Well, we think the enemy is over there, the moment they shoot at us, RTB and call in the Air Force!”

        I regret not going Navy and I would never be let in the door now due to age.

        1. avatar John in Ohio says:

          Never Again Volunteer Yourself 😉

    5. avatar Patrick H says:

      In fact, there was a ton of Nazi activity on his social media accounts.

      1. avatar User1 says:

        The bit I seen were memes Republicans/Trump supporters post to own the libs.

        1. avatar Carl B. says:

          Buzz off, Soros troll.

        2. avatar John in Ohio says:

          I concur, User1. It seemed like a lot of memery. Little of it should be taken at face value.

  9. avatar Jay in Florida says:

    They cant get too worked over with a suicide by cop.
    But 200 of them??
    Must be a good day for street crimes.
    Really now because this idiot chose a court house to shoot up.
    No good guys with a gun there at all.
    What the antis will be screaming now??
    Nothing Id imagine wont make but a splash if anything in the news tonight.
    Mom wont have much to say no bloody shirt to wave.

    1. avatar User1 says:

      They will say he was some white nationalist militia member trying to overthrow the leftist Dallas government that has been taken over by the brown people. They will say he mentioned the propaganda the Christchurch gunmen posted and the memes Trump supporter post about Democrats. They will say he was an Alex Jones follower because he posted memes about Alex Jones being correct about Hollywood pedophiles rings and that the Clintons have people assassinated.

      1. avatar arc says:

        Looks like the kid wasn’t good enough to be regular infantry so he ended up on the admin side of things in the armory.

  10. avatar jwtaylor says:

    Take a look about the 30 second mark, the cops on scene shot right in front of that cameraman. You can see the impacts in the wall he was hiding next to. He was surprisingly calm for a dude that was stuck in a real bad place at the wrong time.

    Also note the distances and reconsider the “3/3/3” myth.

    1. avatar B.D. says:

      Illuminati confirmed?

      1. avatar jwtaylor says:

        I have no idea what you mean.

    2. avatar VaqueroJustice says:

      Sometimes seeing the world through a viewfinder can detach you from reality,
      and give you a sense of immortality, ot at least invulnerability,
      as if you are watching it all unfold on tv.

      1. avatar Geoff “Guns. Lots of guns.” PR says:

        “…as if you are watching it all unfold on tv.”

        Well, he just got canceled mid-season.


        1. avatar User1 says:

          That’s odd of you to say seeing that it appears this was an Army man, who is pro gun, wanted to start a revolution, didn’t like the leftists, etc. This wasn’t an incel who was bullied by his classmates. This appears to be a young man who thinks he was bullied by the government. Thus he exercised his 2nd Amendment against the government. He tried to water the tree of liberty…

          I remember when Texas cops were taught by the feds that the founders of America were terrorists. They said when some militants/militiamen attack the U.S. government they will be considered anti patriotic terrorists or Muslim fascists.

          So I am not surprised “2nd Amendment defenders” would consider this guy, and other military men who attack the government, to be terrorist incel losers. That’s why we can never fight physically for our freedom, liberty and property. Our own countrymen will say we were the bad guys. Therefore the Democrats will every time — they have the votes after all and the government is on their side.

          “One man’s terrorists is another man’s freedom fighter.”

          I guess I will vote Trump 2020 to implode American soon than later. You’re welcome.

        2. avatar barnbwt says:

          Seriously, User, you’re trying to rationalize, sympathize, and justify the late Mr. Leroy Jenkins, here? Despite knowing dick about him or his motivations? Despite the fact he was clearly suicidal or simply a moron, incapable of accomplishing anything, even in death? “The founders” in no way resembled this kind of crazed stupidity, not even when they got wasted & tossed a bunch of tea into the harbor while whooping like Indians.

      2. avatar Ardent says:

        Good observation, I’ve heard at least 2 combat cameramen talk about this phenomena. Both said things to the effect that they sometimes had to remind themselves to use cover because viewing the fight through a viewfinder made it seem remote and unreal.

    3. avatar Hannibal says:

      3/3/3 isn’t a myth unless you twist it and say “EVERY gunfight happens this way.” There are always outliers… and especially when you talk about police shootouts. And definitely if you happen to involve the NYPD.

  11. avatar Barn Animal says:

    So I guess the liberals will now scream not only for gun control, but “veteran control”. They’ve been waiting for this day.

    1. avatar B.D. says:

      This guy was not a vet. 2 years means he was discharged for his fuck ups. Seems fitting with his current actions. Even med boards take longer than that.

  12. avatar MaddMaxx says:

    No doubt another lunatic, right wing radical, extremist, bible clinging, gun hugging, drug addict, alcoholic, Christian pretending to be a radicalized convert to the religion of peace and tolerance just trying to get the world’s attention and going down in a blaze of glory… (at least a blaze of gunfire) Checked for updated info turns out this cat was pretty far out there… My opening was actually intended to be facetious but turns out I wasn’t too far off the mark… Problem is all the far left nut jobs that show up here will place all conservative gun owners in that box with him… (he was definitely NOT a MUSLIM convert)…
    In late May, he posted a meme about quitting meme groups that forbid bullying, transphobia, and racism. An April meme suggested “the solution to all of our nation’s political problems” by incorporating some libertarian and eco-friendly ideologies into far-right authoritarianism, represented by a green flag with a Nazi swastika in the middle.
    A May 4 post defended Infowars founder Alex Jones for his claims about vast networks of pedophiles. Other posts suggested transphobic and anti-feminist views.

    1. avatar Barn Animal says:

      Green Nazi? So wether he knew it or not, he was pro AOC policies.

      1. avatar User1 says:

        It’s a meme/joke.

        1. avatar Bierce Ambrose says:

          Nazi internal propaganda n some policy pre-declared war was pretty “green.”

          Also directed from inside big buildings, at the point of a gun, so little about that has changed, either.

      2. avatar Karl says:

        AOC fails the National part of that.

  13. avatar Ranger Rick says:

    I am happy to know my friend Solomon who is the parking lot attendant where this went down was unharmed today.

  14. avatar Ark says:

    Total casualties: One autist, one glass office door.

    Some other photos showed a single, clean bullet wound right to the sternum. This jabroni didn’t even get cheap plates to go with his Walmart optic and shitty flat top “optics ready” AR. This is the most anyone has ever failed at attacking the government.

    His Facebook was a gold mine of autist anime cringe before it got nuked. What a loser. All this to get drilled right in the chest by a rando security guard and die in a parking lot while running and gasping for air under a bunch of airsoft-grade gear he didn’t know how to use.

    1. avatar possum huffer of exhaust fumes says:

      What is the difference between a clean bullut wound and a dirty one?

      1. avatar Mark N. says:

        Clean is when it hits a major artery or the heart and you die quick. Dirty is gut shot and knowing you are going to die, either by slowly bleeding out or from the infection you get if you don’t die. Death is slow and painful.

        1. avatar barnbwt says:

          Or when your head explodes like Bin Laden’s (or something similarly gory) –j/k we all know OBL received a mag-dump from every team member and likely resembled a trampled pizza-pie before they tossed his corpse into the ocean

    2. avatar User1 says:

      He was in the Army…

      I think the feds shot him. They have a response team there. Seems he was hit once by an AR after being shot at a bunch of times.

  15. avatar FedUp says:

    Good men with guns stopped a bad man with a gun – again.

  16. avatar former water walker says:

    It’s a miracle no one was killed except the lunatic ex-soldier. Good job guy’s! More like a South Park meme😩

    1. avatar Hannibal says:

      In addition to luck it must have been a hell of a bad soldier (who probably got discharged OTH) or suicide by cop. But with that much ammo I would imagine he was trying to kill someone.

      1. avatar Will Drider says:

        He wore a body armor (plates?), a balacava to cover face/hair AND he ran away. Not suicide by cop actions.

        All the guesswork has zero value. Wait for Gov spin on motive and weirdo stuff. Worst case, they come up with the Paddock motive.

        1. avatar User1 says:

          Paddock wanted to give Hillary the perfect opportunity to pass another “assault weapons” ban. He chose the wrong people to attack and Hillary lost the election via the electoral college (which is why people want to replace the electoral college with direct democracy/popular vote).

    2. avatar User1 says:

      So military men who attempt to shoot their government in an effort to restore the Republic are lunatics?

      You “don’t tread on me” 2nd Amendment guys confuse me tremendously. What the f*** do you guys want? Do you want a liberal government or do you want to fight to restore the rule of law? Is fighting complaining on the internet about AOC or giving money to the NRA? What is victory to you? Would you ever attack your government if they ever come to your home to take something of yours? Is Trump the only one that can save you?

      1. avatar Mister Fleas says:

        BUNCH of straw men you got there.

        1. avatar User1 says:

          straw man
          n. An argument or opponent set up so as to be easily refuted or defeated.

          Yet you didn’t/can’t/won’t answer any of the questions, but you did take time to comment. What does that say about you?

  17. avatar possum, huffer of exhaust fumes says:

    Have not read comments yet so this might be a double( read comments first, I forget what I was gonna say). . . Federal Courthouse, gets shooted akt, .And then the “good guys” show up. Mmm, maybe not,,,,

  18. avatar Manse Jolly says:

    How is it someone was recording from very high up when he was at door and ran across road?

    No, I’m not into any conspiracy, but it’s a odd…..Maybe it’s just a crappy PTZ dunno.

    just sayin

    1. avatar Hannibal says:

      With how many people I see constantly recording everything on their phone nothing involving that strikes me as suspicious anymore.

  19. avatar Mad says:

    Or he could be fed up with the FBI

  20. avatar Ed Schrade says:

    Watched one of his posts, this dude was either doing too much dope, was possessed, or just a democrat. Talked about killing and eating people with barbeque sauce on them. Weird dude.

    1. avatar possum huffer of exhaust fumes says:

      Wow, he had bar b Q sauce, lucky fckr. Mines always full of gravel or road tar.

  21. avatar Green Mtn. Boy says:

    The rabid Marxist Left will be calling for increased gun control in 3,2,1.

    1. avatar possum huffer of exhaust fumes says:

      Federal Courthouse,+ fully semi automatic black riflle assault weapon. Yup

  22. avatar Juice says:

    A Gun-Free Zone that works, because it has armed LEOs on-site. Far from the soft target presented by an ordinary office building, movie theater, or school where armed guards are unfeasible, unaffordable, or undesirable.

    1. avatar Hannibal says:

      Even most LEOs are disarmed when going into a federal courthouse but it sure wouldn’t be the place I would pick to try and shoot up unless I wanted to get taken out quickly. The people securing those sites don’t fuck around.

      1. avatar User1 says:

        Maybe he recently watched The Matrix lobby scene where Neo walks in and starts blasting government.

  23. avatar Barn Animal says:

    I see that now. Makes sense. I remember the med board “crazies” from my time in as well. Now that I think of them kinds, I’m not surprised at all. Wonder if he kept his special reflective vest from the 30th AG.

    1. avatar Barn Animal says:

      That was supposed to reply to BD.

      1. avatar B.D. says:

        lol yep. Sad really. I only knew two guys out of the, well, more than I can count on two hands, I saw get med boarded that were actually squared away. They were both wounded in action. The rest of the dishonorable chapters (and a couple generals) were fuck ups who should have never made it past basic, and they most certainly never made it to combat. A couple made it to a combat zone, in the rear with the gear, but never really did shit. There were some who got kicked out after returning from my first deployment for drugs. Popped hot. But they were not the most disciplined soldiers either. I would like to know more about this guy instead of making assumptions, but it just doesn’t feel like he finished a full term or had any combat experience, and probably because his unit knew he was a shitbag.

  24. avatar User1 says:

    Any “device” cops see is dangerous. It’s an opportunity to blow stuff up. It’s rare to actually come across a bomb.

    When things happen in Texas there seems to be a lot of FBI that swarm in. In other places only a few agents show up. Texas seems to be full of federal agents. That’s not a good sign for the future of Texas.

    The videos are surely to be put out if it makes the state look good. When it’s the videos for the Houston raid, where police murdered two people, the videos are said not to exist.

    Regarding the Houston raid. The physical evidence appears to show that on entry the police shot the women with a shotgun when she was resting on the couch, then shot the dog that was next to her, she was shot once in the chest (likely when sitting/laying on the couch) and another time in the leg/hip after she fell to the floor. Her husband was asleep in his room during the shooting, it seems he may have shot through the wall toward the front door way, then ran into the eating area where he first saw his dog shot dead then his wife laying on the ground dying next to the couch. The police who just shot his family were in plain clothes. At that point there was a shootout with the invaders. It appears the man used a shotgun to fight police armed with (possibly full auto) AR-15s. The police mag dumped at the man hitting him with what appears to be a a full auto string from the upper body to the head through the kitchen wall.

    1. avatar barnbwt says:

      Also a great opportunity to blow up evidence –not as a conspiracy, I think, but as a way for the department investigators to avoid a whole shit-ton of work, when the case is already concluded for all intents & purposes (the guy’s dead, and obviously a fuck-up without a friend in the entire world, let alone a co-conspirator)

      Speaking of the guy who shot up the police at the BLM rally years ago (as if that has fuck-anything to do with this story, AP journalists) –think about how much work, interrogation, investigation…thread-pulling…paperwork, trials, testimony, and parole hearings were avoided, simply by splattering that asshole against a wall with a brick of C4 strapped to Johnny Five.

      I can see the allure.

      1. avatar User1 says:

        They bring up the previous Dallas shooting by a former military guy because he was anti corrupt government and decided to take the fight to the police instead of marching in the streets again. He exercised his 1st Amendment, then he exercised his 2nd when that didn’t work.

        1. avatar barnbwt says:

          Oookay, now I see; it took me a while, but I finally got it –you just want to kill all police officers because you got a ticket for speeding or something, don’t you?

    2. avatar MaddMaxx says:

      When things happen in Texas there seems to be a lot of FBI that swarm in. In other places only a few agents show up. Texas seems to be full of federal agents. That’s not a good sign for the future of Texas.
      It was a FEDERAL Courthouse..

  25. avatar Vlad Tepes says:

    One again a Right Wing Storm Trooper goes nuts and proves that the majority of terrorism in the U.S. is by Right Wing Religious and Terrorist fanatics not left wing people, not Muslims, and not Latino’s. This time it was an ex- military man just as Timothy James McVeigh was, and the White Supremacist Dillion Roof and the list goes on.


    A joint project by the Investigative Fund at the Nation Institute, a nonprofit media center, and Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting has found that within the past nine years, right-wing extremists plotted or carried out nearly twice as many terrorist attacks as Islamist extremists.

    Right-wing extremists were not only more successful, they were often more deadly, too. From 2008 to 2016, a third of right-wing attacks involved fatalities, compared to 13 percent of Islamist attacks.

    In a statement pointing out the higher rate of successful, right-wing terrorist attacks, the Investigative Fund said: “This project quantifies just how irrational Trump and the GOP’s fixation on ‘radical Islamic terrorism’ as the greatest security threat is.”

    “Fixation” might be the right word. The president has yet to acknowledge the problem of right-wing violence, remaining uncharacteristically silent after an Islamophobic attack on a mosque in London that left one man dead.

    I might add that Herr Drumpf said zero about a Right Wing Terrorist that attacked a Muslim Church in Canada because it did not fit in with Herr Drumpfs racist agenda.

    Now Herr Drumpf is hinting just like Hitler that he will not step down after his term of office is over and that he is “owed” more time in office. What’s next a a referendum giving Herr Drumpf a life time Presidency just like Hitler succeeded in getting. Don’t laugh we are dealing with a Dictator who does not hid the fact that he is one and the Far Right have declared that a one party state is their ultimate goal. This is the closest the U.S. has ever come to a dictatorship and its not over yet.

    1. avatar Trumps secret swastika marked plan to gas the Jews and for global domination says:

      I heard the camps have already been built, several in the Rockies. Primarily for political dissidents and illegals. Reports of Russian troops are pouring in, they’re training with police and military, and will eventually be used to herd liberals into the camps. This will all begin when Trump uses nuclear ICBMs to create an inhospitable radiation zone on the Mexican border. Training for this event has already begun under the guise of “Jade Helm 19”.

      1. avatar B.D. says:

        What the actual fuck did I just read

        Both of you conspiracy nuts should lay off the magic shrooms.

        1. avatar John in AK says:

          Nope. ‘Tain’t ‘shrooms what does it. Vaccines. Vaccines, I tell ya! Ever’ blessed one of them recent mass shooters, attempted mass shooters, failed mass shooters, and Conspiracy Theorists has, at one time or another, been vaccinated for something or other, or came into contact with somebody who’d been vaccinated for something or other.

          Or maybe fluoride. Vaccines and fluoride. Vaccines, fluoride, and chlorine in the drinking water. And contrails. From Black Helicopters. Yeah, vaccines, fluoride, and chlorine, all from contrails from the Black Helicopters.


      2. avatar DaveL says:

        “It is said” might have been perfectly acceptable scholarship for Pliny the Elder and Paracelsus, but here in the 21st century we cite sources.

    2. avatar M1Lou says:

      The left and right win paradigm is for idiots.

      1. avatar M1Lou says:

        Wing, damn google.

        1. avatar John in Ohio says:

          That’s alright. The paradigm is designed so that the left and right wings both win at the expense of liberty. Google was just cutting to the chase for you.

    3. avatar barnbwt says:

      One of your fellow Black Lives Matter tools killed three police officers at a black-supremacist rally a block from this location a couple years ago. Can’t say I can think of a similarly-effective right wing guy.

      Also, the whole Paddock thing that the media was absolutely eager to not ask questions about. Whatever cause he was in with, Islam (girlfriend/wife/phillipines) or Leftism (that pic of him allegedly at a womens’ rally), it involved buying a shit ton of weapons to go out in a blaze of mass-murder, began almost the day Trump was elected, and ended at a country (white, conservative, patriotic, Christian identified) music concert in Vegas.

    4. avatar barnbwt says:

      Wait a tic; weren’t you the dumbass defending the NRA the other day when a bunch of indefensible graft evidence came across the wire? Are they not a ‘right wing terrorist group’ in your moronic eyes all of a sudden?

      Why don’t you hop offline for a while & go back to practicing putting bullets into the heads of kneeling ‘gun nut’ victims or something; you suck at this trolling stuff.

      1. avatar Barn Animal says:

        His name used to be crisco kid. He changed it after he embarrassed himself too many times.

        1. avatar Mister Fleas says:

          Yeah, it is crisco kid under a new name.

    5. avatar Arc says:

      You do realize Trump was trolling the media and even said more or less he was trolling them at the same event he talked about making a poll for term extension… Stop sucking on CNN and go watch the events start to finish rather than spun up sound bites.

  26. avatar Timothy Toroian says:

    Well, I’ll be. Good guys with guns and surprise, surprise ,surprise for the left, they STOPPED something. Imagine that!!!

    1. avatar barnbwt says:

      “But I don’t want to live in a world where our police have to come to work armed, and in a fortress!” –sounds really fucking dumb when you apply their usual refrain to this scenario, doesn’t it?

  27. avatar B.D. says:

    The rooftop video: “Shots fired, Shots fired”.

    Too much hollywood for this guy.

    Seriously though, one look at the guy and his “gear” and you know he is a fucking idiot. He shot into a glass door, then ran. He was a coward, and a reject. Good riddance. The end. Guns stopped a maniac. Plain and simple.

  28. avatar TexPat says:

    For those that don’t know, the Federal Courthouse in Dallas is essentially a fortress and easily the “hardest” public building in the city.

    The guy could not have picked a worse target unless his sole goal was to die by cop. Glad he didn’t kill anyone on his way out of this world.

    1. avatar barnbwt says:

      This was a suicide by cop (or rather, ‘martyrdom’ in this idiot’s delusional eyes). Exact same MO as the guy in Austin who shot into the PD dept building, and managed to not hit anyone.

  29. avatar Will Drider says:

    Another “wanna be famous looser”. I’m glad no civs or LE injuries and LE suffed him. Nothing more worth knowing.

  30. avatar S R says:

    This guy explains why there are so many mass shootings

  31. avatar ExtraSmooth1 says:

    Why does it take 200 people to “investigate” such a matter?

    1. avatar John in Ohio says:

      That has the makings of a light bulb joke…

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