When juxtaposing the following two articles, one can only come to a rather disturbing conclusion regarding the selective investigative methods of the FBI....
From Michelle Mark's 2-16-18 Business Insider article "The FBI Failed to Act on a Tip It Got About the Florida High-school Shooter":
Compare the above with Greg Farrell and Anders Melin's 2-16-18 Bloomberg article "This Short Seller Pressed 'Tweet.' Then the FBI Showed Up":
"It was a novel turn in what, until then, seemed like a familiar struggle between a public company, MiMedx Group,
and investors betting on its fall. That kind of drama has typically
played out online, in the media or in court. But it hasn’t, by the
recollection of several lawyers, previously drawn this sort of
intervention by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The agents’
appearance at Cohodes’s house has touched off a dispute over whether the
tweets merited intervention or whether the FBI overstepped — and how
the messages came to the FBI’s attention."
As a colleague of mine wrote, "Looks like you need to be a CEO of a B.S. company to be taken seriously."
What follow are two more recommended analyses regarding the Parkland Shooting....
1) Loren Coleman's 2-16-18 Twilight Language post entitled "Parkland Syncs," and
2) a 2-15-18 Secret Sun post entitled "Everyone Predicted It."