It would seem that we're being played again. Whether dems or Republicans knew about this is unsure, but then I don't believe in either party anymore.
However, it's very sad that 12 people lost their lives in what could be an experiment or intentional use in Mind Control, these people or person writing the article alledge it was used in the tragedy in Phoenix Arizona.
I have never heard of GWEN but here's the story, what do you all think?
Before It's News | News | Mysterious Radio ?Blast? Before Colorado Massacre Puzzles Scientists
By the Total Collapse
A new report prepared by Russian Space Forces (VKO) scientists, who are charged with monitoring radio and other electrical type transmitted emissions from the United States under provisions outlined in the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START), states that at the “exact time” of the 20 July 2012 Colorado massacre known as the 2012 Aurora Shooting a “mysterious blast” of 10.80 Hz was broadcast from a GWEN tower in Pueblo, Colorado 178 kilometers (111 miles) away from Aurora.The GWEN tower network (Ground Wave Emergency Network) was a command and control communications system intended for use by the United Statesgovernment to facilitate military communications before, during and after a nuclear war. Specifically, GWEN was constructed to survive the effects of a high-altitude nuclear explosion electromagnetic pulse to insure that the United States President or his survivors can give a launching order to strategic nuclear bombers.The GWEN system was banned by the US Congress in 1994 over fears it could be used for “mind control” of the American population though many of its existing towers (including the one in Pueblo, Colorado) still exist and are said to be tasked with different missions.This report further states that a review of this mysterious frequency “blast” showed it having appeared only once before on 8 January 2011 when the GWEN tower in Phoenix, Arizona was “activated” at nearly the same time Jared Loughner killed 6 people and wounded 14 including US Representative Gabrielle Giffords.