by The Unwanted Publicity Intelligence Guy ( Paul Collin )

January 26, 2016

LOS ANGELES –  – It is believed there may have been ‘more than one (1) individual involved’ in the San Diego, California shooting at the U.S. Navy medical center this Monday morning.

As the medical center Building 26 was being evacuated around 09:00,
seen roaming the area wasAm tracking down what appeared to be the
County of San Diego Sherriff’s Department new $315,000 + ( USD )
Ballistic Engineered Armored Response ( “BEAR” ) tactical surveillance
operations militarized vehicle believed manufactured by LENCO

This BEAR-like armored tactical military truck was, however, specially
equipped with a special roof-top mounted array of around six ( 6 )
‘full-screen’ ( 30-inch ) radar-penetrating imaging sensor camera
scanners’ capable of ‘day-light’ operation seaches of human beings
hiding behind ‘concrete building’ walls and rooms.

Although this type of BEAR ( large militarized truck ) has many
surveillance capabilities providing tactical ground operators with
advanced electronic eyes, it has no capability of ‘ground-penetrating
radar’ and cannot locate ‘targets of cloaked consequence’ hiding
underground; basements.

There are, however, commercially available ‘portable rolling’
ground-radar penetrating units that are rolling portables ( like a
‘lawnmower’ ), and ‘hand-held imaging scanner tablets’ used as
building and cave penetrators.

To-date, I have not found a photograph of this ‘particular’ BEAR
mobile tactical surveillance truck ( SUV ), but am on the look-out for
it. The image supplied is a ‘near example’ but ‘without the imaging
array’ seen atop the roof of the tactical surveillance vehicle in San
Diego today.
Respectfully submitted for review and commentary by,
The Unwanted Publicity Intelligence Guy ( Paul Collin )
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