Elliot Rodger stuff that hasn’t been released

Not all of these things would routinely be released in cases like this. I’m just saying they haven’t been released and that I’d like to see them.

  • The “Retribution” email. Elliot emailed his manifesto to 34 email addresses, but the contents of the email haven’t been made public.
  • Surveillance footage from 5/23/14. The police have the footage of Elliot buying a triple vanilla latte from Starbucks at 7:38PM, before he went on a shooting spree but after he’d murdered his roommate and their friend. They’ve never released that or any other footage from that night.
  • Two handwritten journals. These were taken from Elliot’s bedroom by police. The first one had entries dated April 5, 2010 to March 16, 2011. The second one had entries dated March 31, 2011 to May 23, 2014. They’ve only released snippets of a few journal entries.
  • 492 images saved on his iPhone 4. About 200 of these were selfies. Some of these, I’m sure, he posted to Facebook and we’ve seen them already.
  • 24 Cell phone videos. Several videos were of Elliot eavesdropping on his roommates’ and neighbors’ conversations. He also filmed: himself dripping blood from his nose into a bathroom sink; a pile of trash in the kitchen, while he complained about his roommates being lazy; himself sitting in his car saying he was angry two attractive girls ignored him when he said hello, and then he started to cry; himself driving down Del Playa with people walking along the street, and he exchanged expletives with a guy walking with a girl.
  • Complete search history from his laptop. Police released some of them, like “how to kill someone with a knife” and “quick silent kill with a knife” from 5/23/14. So, the day he stabbed to death his roommates and their friend, he Googled how to do it. He was also visiting porn sites. I’d be interested to see his complete search history.
  • Imgur posts. The police said he posted extensively on Imgur, but we don’t have any of the posts.
  • All and posts. Many of the posts are available online, but we don’t know if we have them all.
  • Emails, social media profiles, and Internet posts. I’ve seen some stuff, but far from all of it. The police served search warrants to get all of his cell phone activity, five email accounts, YouTube, social media profiles, and Internet blogs he participated on. They haven’t released any of it.
  • Findings from search warrants served at Elliot’s parents’ houses
  • Findings from the FBI’s investigation. This includes background info, and financial, academic and mental health records.
  • Crime scene photos from apartment #7
  • 911 calls and police dispatch communications from 5/23/14
  • Full autopsy report. A summary was released by police.
  • Statements from Elliot’s social counselors. This includes Gavin Linderman, who is mentioned several times in the manifesto.
  • Transcripts from Moorpark College, Pierce College, and Santa Barbara City College

often people (even ones with good lines, like a lot of MLMs) get the impression that TWists are saying “white people can’t be revolutionaries” when we point out the non-proletarian nature of the white nation, which like, considering many of us are white that’s clearly not true, but it’s rather that genuine white revolutionaries effectively have to be class & nation traitors

you can’t subscribe to that “stuck in the 1920s” industrial unionist cracker leftism, “elevation of the [white] working man” type shit and be much of a revolutionary because that inherently disregards the liberation of oppressed nations, you cannot elevate the “white working man” without further crushing the internal colonies, the third world laborers, the billions of people who’ve been forced to bring the white labor aristocracy to the high point it’s at today today

there’s also the “oppressed nations are LAs as a whole then?” type argument in response to TWists, and it’s little more than a common obfuscation from the real root of the problem in our eyes, they (like Rashid’s shitty criticism) utilize the outbursts of fringe-groups like the LLCO and jason unruhe, and project them onto the TWist program as a way of escaping dealing with the very real systems we are forcing them to confront

they think that if they can make us seem like the enemy of single black mothers living on the edge of homelessness, that they dont have to deal with the immense stores of wealth enjoyed by the “industrial working class” that they worship, so instead of dealing with what we are saying, they project “leading light communism” onto us in order to dismiss what we are saying without thinking about it.