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By Melanie Lamport
Starbucks has found itself in the crosshairs of Moms who Demand Action for Gun Sense in America (Moms). The “Moms” formed their gun control advocacy group in response to the Newtown mass shooting by Adam Lanza, who died the day before he allegedly shot twenty children at the Sandy Hook Elementary school---with the rifle still in the trunk of his car. The “Moms” are creating a lot of negative energy by protesting the company's policy of allowing customers to bring guns into restaurants in “open carry” states, where residents are allowed to carry firearms in public.
The latest assault on our Right to go Hunting with an Assault Rifle began in 2012, when Jared Lee Loughner (why are these lone-nut assassins all known by three names?) shot Gabriel Gifford point-blank in the head with a Glock 19 pistol.
Gabby, as unbelievable as it sounds, is leading her own gun control advocacy group in this fight over who can go to Starbucks carrying a firearm.
Why am I surprised that Gabby is leading the Americans for Responsible Solutions in this fight over the 2nd Amendment?
People who are shot in the head (point-blank) with a 9mm bullet from a powerful, high velocity pistol don’t live long enough to lead anyone, anywhere.
“Getting a bullet in your brain means that life for you will be over faster than a fatal wound anywhere else on your body. Your brain stops functioning almost immediately and in just a fraction of a second, you’re gone.”
NPR initially reported that Gabrielle Giffords was shot dead, but miraculously, she lived. A highly experimental brain trauma procedure called “suspended animation” was performed on Giffords based on research by Dr. Peter Rhee. Four days after the shooting, Salon released an article titled, Doctor: Giffords breathing on her own after attack, claiming, “Doctors now think that Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords may have been shot in the front of the head, not the back.” A miraculous operation by two Doctors who aren't sure which way the bullet entered her skull? Unlikely.
A 9mm firearm sends a bullet through your brain faster than the speed at which your tissues tear before it smashes into one of eight cranial bones engineered to keep your brain safe. Bullets travelling at thousands of feet per second will exit your body before your tissues have a chance to rip. Forget about ever processing information, indexing information, solving problems [or leading anyone anywhere]; they are gone when the bullet shoves its way through your prefrontal cortex and takes out your hippocampus. [End from What Happens When You Get Shot In The Head?]
I am still trying to decide which of Loughner’s actions was more insane: When he went on a suicide mission at Gabby’s Meet and Greet, or when, after being medicated with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) against his will at the Medical Center/Federal Prison in Springfield, Missouri, he told a judge he would rather spend 140 years in prison than take the chance a jury would find him not guilty, by reason of insanity. 
The Loughner/Giffords debacle was either "Operation Safeway," a full scale Department of Homeland Security planned drill, a staged MK-Ultra “false-flag” event, or the latest episode of Assassination TV for aliens living on the planet Mars.
I have little doubt the Loughner/Giffords debacle was another one of those Hoaxes designed to create negative energy, but not everyone is convinced. My boyfriend wanted more proof, and since Arizona isn’t that far away, he suggested we go visit Loughner in prison.
Searching the Federal Bureau of Prisons Inmate Locator I got my first surprise. You would assume that someone convicted of a Federal Crime in Arizona would be sent to a Federal Correctional Institution in Phoenix or Safford but you would be wrong.
Loughner is back at the Medical Center/Federal Prison (MCFP) in Springfield, Missouri. The U.S. Medical Center for Federal Prisoners is an administrative facility that provides medical, mental health, and dental services to male offenders. 
I contacted the facility to arrange for an interview and to find out if Loughner was housed at Springfield because of a chronic medical problem; but, according to the staff member I spoke to, he is not having any mental health issues. Loughner just happens to be one of the few inmates housed at Springfield in the general population.
The staff member referred me to the Public Relations director of the facility in charge of arranging press interviews. Unofficially, I was told that it was unlikely that Loughner would grant an interview because "to date he has not agreed to any requests."
Footnote 3 has the rejection allegedly signed by Loughner and footnote 4 is the signature page from the plea agreement that he signed 8/6/2012. I cut the two signatures out to make it easier for you to compare the two samples. Forgery experts also suggest "you turn the signatures upside-down when examining them to eliminate certain biases formed when one’s mind perceives the letters of the name instead of its form."
I wanted to verify the signature so I searched the web for other documents signed by Loughner. With some difficulty I found two more samples from 2006 and 2008.
Most Google results of a search for "Jared Loughner Signature" returns a reference to a document "that appears to be Loughner's signature" and was used as evidence to convict him.
So where's the envelope with "what appears to be LOUGHNER's signature"?
Click here to read all about Operation Safeway the Loughner rampage killing saga.
Melanie Lamport is a retired Kindergarten and First Grade teacher living in Southern California. Ms. Lamport graduated from Indiana University with a B.S. in Elementary Education. She received her Master’s Degree in Curriculum Studies from DePaul University. email@example.com
 Last, but certainly not least, is the wildly improbable story of Jared Lee Loughner, a crazy, schizophrenic that needed selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) to make him sane. If he wasn’t crazy before the shooting, he certainly is now.
When a deranged misanthrope walks into Giffords’ public meet and greet, the day after he leaves a suicide voice mail, "Hey man, it's Jared. Me and you had good times. Peace out. Later" and a MySpace post:
“Goodbye friends. Please don't be mad at me. The literacy rate is below 5%. I haven't talked to one person who is literate. I want to make it out alive. The longest war in the history of the United States. Goodbye. I'm saddened with the current currency and job employment. I had a bully at school. Thank you. P.S. --plead the fifth!”
Loughner is either insane or he just wanted to die.
Note: The prison could not legally medicate him against his will until they came up with a valid excuse: The records show that he was a “danger to himself and others because he threw chairs at the wall and spit at one of his lawyers.”
 Administrative facilities are institutions with special missions, such as the detention of pretrial offenders; the treatment of inmates with serious or chronic medical problems; or the containment of extremely dangerous, violent, or escape-prone inmates. Administrative facilities include Metropolitan Correctional Centers (MCCs), Metropolitan Detention Centers (MDCs), Federal Detention Centers (FDCs), and Federal Medical Centers (FMCs), as well as the Federal Transfer Center (FTC), the Medical Center for Federal Prisoners (MCFP), and the Administrative-Maximum (ADX) U.S. Penitentiary. Administrative facilities, except the ADX, are capable of holding inmates in all security categories.
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