Colorado Wal-Mart shooting closely resembles North Dakota Wal-Mart shooting   

Was shooting an act of domestic terrorism connected to Colorado pastor who authored Manifesto?

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on November 2, 2017, 9:56 P.M. CST

The ‘random’ shooting murder of three people at a Denver area Wal-Mart on Wednesday closely resembles a shooting at the Wal-Mart in Grand Forks, North Dakota on May 26, 2015 where a ‘random’ shooter killed one – injured one – before committing suicide.

Marcell Travon Willis, 21, an airman stationed at the Grand Forks Air Force Base, opened fire at the Grand Forks Wal-Mart.

"We've not been able to find any linkage to him and any of the victims. That's not to say that can't change," police Lt. Derik Zimmel said. "There's no apparent motive that jumps out at this time."

Willis’ motive was never revealed and the case was quickly closed.

Scott Ostrem, 47, was described as “nonchalant” when he walked into a Denver area Wal-Mart and shot three.

Investigators see no motive.

Publisher’s Note: Timothy Charles Holmseth, East Grand Forks, Minnesota (river city to Grand Forks, North Dakota) believes the Denver FBI should re-energize their probe of shock-jock Rev. Bob Enyart and Denver Bible Church located in Arvada, Colorado.  

Enyart was under active investigation by the Denver FBI shortly before the November 27, 2015 mass shooting at the Planned Parenthood in Colorado Springs when Robert Lewis Dear opened fire – killing two civilians and a police officer.

Denver FBI agent Kimberly Milka interviewed Danielle Kekoa, Northglenn, Colorado about Denver Bible Church, only days before the Planned Parenthood shooting.

Kekoa told Milka that because Bob Enyart has been exposed they should “expect” an attack – it came a few days later.  

Danielle Kekoa and her husband, Curtis Kekoa, were once members of Enyart’s radical church until they fled with their children in a fear of what they call a “satanic cult”. .

Enyart once authored a detailed plan to start his own government.

Law enforcement should re-energize their probe of Enyart - his life and legal affairs.

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