Suspicions raised over the broad nature of 9/11 and other atrocity confessions by I See Hawks In L.A.’s lead singer Rob Waller has led to an independent investigation.
Waller not only confessed to being the 9/11 mastermind, but also claimed to have shot George Wallace in 1972–when Waller was an infant. Waller also insists he set off the 1994 Northridge earthquake. “Read Tesla,” Waller stated in his official confession. “It’s all there. I can trigger an 8.5 any time I feel like it.”A leaked memo reveals the disturbing torture methods used by U.S. interrogators at Guantanamo: repeated high volume exposure to Jason Bentley’s “Metropolis” radio program and round the clock forced listening to the live KCRW fund drive.
“It’s no surprise that Waller cracked. Beyond the telltale overbroad confession that often results from extreme abuse, I’m guessing that some form of dementia has taken place in Waller’s mental state,” says Tony Gilkyson, from UCLA’s Neuropsychiatric Institute. Waller is back home in Los Angeles, taking long recuperative walks, therapy sessions, and working on a new CD.