October 4, 2013
Media is reporting on a shooting that occurred this week at the Capitol involving an alleged woman who “rammed a black Infiniti sedan into security posts near the White House and then drove toward Capitol Hill.”
This woman was report to have been suffering from “post-partum depression following the recent birth of her daughter.”
Officers who were at the scene “described” the woman as “having a mental illness.”
The woman in question is “believed” by authorities to be Miriam Carey, a 34 year old dental hygienist from Stamford, Connecticut.
Stamford Chief of Police John Fontneau said that “authorities were waiting on warrants to conduct the search [of Carey’s apartment]. Authorities did not anticipate finding any hazards but we’re not sure what we’re going to find when we enter the apartment.”
The residence where Carey was reported to have been living was “cordoned off” and “residents of about 50 units had been ordered out of the building.”
A photo of Miriam Carey was taken from a Facebook account because Carey “matches the description of the woman killed near the Capitol.”
However, whether or not the person shot by Capitol Police was Carey has not been confirmed because media is going on a belief provided by authorities and a picture of a person “that matches the description” authorities relayed without proper authentication.
And yet, the story of Carey is beginning to take shape in the official narrative. Media is quickly moving toward the image Carey is providing.
Carey is a single African-American mother of a 1 year old child who is in the hands of Child Protective Service (CPS). If Carey is not the person driving the black Infiniti sedan, who’s child is in CPS custody?