Officer Who Shot Alton Sterling Gets Fired by the Numbers
The Alton Sterling incident from 2016 caused a lot of uproar about how the cops treat black men. As has been documented extensively, particularly on Zach Hubbard’s blog, this story appears to be part of an agenda.
The firing yesterday of Blane Salamoni, who shot Alton Sterling, gives further evidence that this is the case. Measuring from the date of the killing to the date he was fired:
Here’s the first quote in the article from police chief Murphy Paul:
“based on the actions of the officers” = 1016 (Jewish) (upside-down 911)
Remember, this shooting came only one day before the death of Philando Castile, triggering numerous protests around the nation.
Salamoni has ideal gematria for a killer from Baton Rouge:
Kip Holden was the mayor at the time of Sterling’s death.
The shooting was 10 months, 23 days after Holden’s birthday.
It was 25 weeks, 1 day after governor John Bel Edwards took office.
Sterling was killed 38 days before the mayor’s birthday and 73 days before the governor’s.