Were the horrific shootings by an Uber driver in Kalamazoo, Michigan this year the result of mind control via the popular Uber ride-sharing app? Those are the claims of Uber driver James Dalton, the suspected shooter who went on a rampage in February killing six and injuring many more. New reports released by the Kalamazoo Sheriff’s department read like something out of a science-fiction novel.
Dalton, whose shooting spree lasted over seven hours, claimed to police at the time that the Uber app he used on his iPhone was “like artificial intelligence” and the text on the screen turned from red to black and told him to commit the heinous crimes.
Dalton also told police that a devil that looked like a cow also appeared on his phone screen. Dalton adamantly believes that he was a victim of mind control – somehow transmitted to his brain through the popular application.
Jason Dalton told authorities after the Feb. 20 shootings that when he opened the ride-sharing app on his phone, “a devil head popped up on his screen, and when he pressed the button on the app, that is when all the problems started,” according to an 87-page report released Monday by the Kalamazoo County sheriff, reports MLive.com.
The suspect “described the devil figure as a horned cow head or something like that and then it would give you an assignment and it would literally take over your whole body,” the report says.
A chilling account of the Kalamazoo shootings says:
He told police during a series of interviews “the iPhone could take you over.” He said he “wishes he would never have spoken what that symbol was when he saw it on his phone.”
According to the report, Dalton described the devil figure as a “horned cow head or something like that and then it would give you an assignment and it would literally take over your whole body.”
“He said it starts out that you have to follow the navigation, but it gets to the point where you don’t have to drive at all, the car just goes. He was seeing himself from outside of his body.”
Dalton talked about the Masons and the Eastern Star symbol. He said his grandmother was in the Eastern Star and his grandfather was in the Masons.
The video below sheds more light on this interesting story – was James Dalton a victim of mind control or was he simply just losing his mind?