Pittsburgh Synagogue Gunman Robert D. Bowers Nonexistent in the System

With the latest alleged synagogue shooting in Poway, near the Southern California city of San Diego, we have nothing yet to observe other than to say they’re sure picking on poor ol’ PewDiePie.

Brenton Tarrant of the Christchurch, Australia, shooting invoked PewDiePie out of the blue as well. Who knows what kind of wizardry this is about. The California shooter, one John Earnest, of course also has a stream of consciousness manifesto.

I had the help of a man named Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg. He was kind enough to plan and fund this whole operation — the sly bastard. Apparently, Pewdiepie hates Jews as much as Pajeets. Who would’ve known?

And there’s this.

This is one of the reasons cowards so shrilly screech that Brenton Tarrant and [Pittsburgh synagogue shooter] Robert Bowers were Mossad false flag operations. They can’t fathom that there are brave White men alive who have the willpower and courage it takes to say, “Fuck my life — I’m willing to sacrifice everything for the benefit of my race.” He projects his own cowardice onto the White race. To the coward it is just a hobby. He is a LARPfag and a traitor. Ignore him. He has nothing useful to offer. That or it’s just a Jew shilling, “Don’t oppose us.” Or possibly a schizo boomer off his meds.

But enough of Mr. Earnest, for now. Until details are known, this “schizo boomer” will just stick with the Trivium method. And given that the “Pittsburgh synagogue shooting” involving Robert D. Bowers was back on Oct. 27, 2018, there should be ample online records now available for research, and we decided to have a look.

There’s not much in the news on the fate of Bowers, now age 47. Last month, he allegedly showed up in “federal court” in a wheelchair. No photos are available of this, but a story reveals that he is being held in an unnamed “federal detention center.” In fact a Google image search of Robert D. Bowers reveals the same photo over and over. Such a high-profile criminal hasn’t been photographed in the last six months? Interviewed? Why wouldn’t a fanatic with a lengthy manifesto want an interview and a soap box? Why so closed mouthed?

We also learn that Bowers is being represented by Judy “Deep Six” Clarke. We discussed Clarke in our post “Why Haven’t Certain Notorious Mass Killers of the Last Decade Been Interviewed?

The news piece goes on.

Bowers’ attorney, Judy Clarke, has a reputation for keeping serial killers and mass murderers off death row. Among her former clients are the Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski, and Zacarias Moussaoui, convicted of helping mastermind the 9/11 attacks. Both pleaded guilty and were spared the death penalty. Clarke has already expressed interest in striking a plea deal for Bowers rather than taking the case to trial.

Since this is ‘Merika, surely we could locate Mr. Bowers somewhere in the justice system, right? Bowers’ case is listed in the Federal court docket. However, in a rarely invoked and frankly star chamber manner lo and behold the all evidence and documents have been sealed. Us proles will never be able to see what allegedly transpired. No facts or evidence for you.

Next, we checked both the federal inmate locator. Bowers isn’t there. Nothing in the Pennsylvania state inmate locator either. Inquiring minds would like to know: Is he in some special gulag star chamber somewhere?

Our initial observations of this event may be gleaned from this post: “Observations on the Squirrel Hill Synagogue Shooting (Updated).”

Pennsylvania arrest records search for the last year for Robert D. Bowers and Robert Bowers turn up two unrelated misdemeanors, but nothing for murder.

Prosecutors Dropping Child Porn Charges After Software Tools Are Questioned

More than a dozen cases were dismissed after defense attorneys asked to examine, or raised doubts about, computer programs that track illegal images to internet addresses.

By Jack Gillum | 3 April 2019

PROPUBLICA — Using specialized software, investigators traced explicit child pornography to Todd Hartman’s internet address. A dozen police officers raided his Los Angeles-area apartment, seized his computer and arrested him for files including a video of a man ejaculating on a 7-year-old girl. But after his lawyer contended that the software tool inappropriately accessed Hartman’s private files, and asked to examine how it worked, prosecutors dismissed the case.

Near Phoenix, police with a similar detection program tracked underage porn photos, including a 4-year-old with her legs spread, to Tom Tolworthy’s home computer. He was indicted in state court on 10 counts of committing a “dangerous crime against children,” each of which carried a decade in prison if convicted. Yet when investigators checked Tolworthy’s hard drive, the images weren’t there. Even though investigators said different offensive files surfaced on another computer that he owned, the case was tossed.

At a time when at least half a million laptops, tablets, phones and other devices are viewing or sharing child pornography on the internet every month, software that tracks images to specific internet connections has become a vital tool for prosecutors. Increasingly, though, it’s backfiring.

Drawing upon thousands of pages of court filings as well as interviews with lawyers and experts, ProPublica found more than a dozen cases since 2011 that were dismissed either because of challenges to the software’s findings, or the refusal by the government or the maker to share the computer programs with defense attorneys, or both. Tami Loehrs, a forensics expert who often testifies in child pornography cases, said she is aware of more than 60 cases in which the defense strategy has focused on the software.

Defense attorneys have long complained that the government’s secrecy claims may hamstring suspects seeking to prove that the software wrongly identified them. But the growing success of their counterattack is also raising concerns that, by questioning the software used by investigators, some who trade in child pornography can avoid punishment. […]