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Kyle Andrew Odom,
Genius or Lunatic?
At the age of thirty, Odom achieved more than most people do in a lifetime. An honorably discharged Marine, Graduated from Idaho University with honors, invited by Baylor to study in the field of genetics, shot a Pastor six times in the back, at point blank range.
Before you read his manifesto, imagine that this highly organized and intelligent individual is telling the truth. Reptile aliens are among us. As far fetched as it may seem, it is easier to claim that Odom was suffering from mental illness, than to delve into the rabbit hole that seems so ludicrous. 
It has been reported that on the 7th of March, 2016, Pastor Tim Remington of the Altar Church in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, was shot from behind with a forty-five caliber handgun by Odom. At point blank range, a round from a forty-five into the neck will decapitate an individual. However, Odom claims he shot twelve rounds, hitting the Pastor six times, with one round being a head shot. Who lives from such an ordeal? An alien reptile? Yes the Pastor survived surgery and is setting up in his hospital bed talking to his family, four days later.
So as you read the manifesto, ask yourself, could it be true? 
Read the 21 page manifesto...
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Reddit.Com also has some interesting posts at their message board on this subject.
A Facebook account for Kyle Odom was changed, adding more than four dozen people as friends, his profile picture was changed and then a message was posted about the reason for the shooting of Remington. The statement reads:

“Things are not what they appear to be. The world is ruled by ancient civilization from Mars. Pastor Tim was one of them, and he was the reason my life was ruined. I will be sharing my story with as many people as possible. I don't have time right now, they are chasing me. I shot Pastor Tim 12 times, there is no way any human could have survived that event. Anyway, I have sent my story to all the major news organizations. I have no time, I have to go.”


Odom is currently in custody in Washington, DC, and, following a Secret Service investigation into the incident at the White House, will eventually be extradited back to Coeur d'Alene to face attempted murder charges for shooting Remington.
Kyle Odom case going to mediation in Coeur d'Alene pastor shooting

by Casey Lund

July 5th 2016

COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - Kyle Odom, the man who shot Coeur d'Alene pastor Tim Remington six times amidst delusional claims about Martian overlords ruling the Earth, will not stand trial for the shooting.

Odom had been scheduled for a court hearing at 8:30 Tuesday morning and had been brought into the courtroom to wait in advance of that hearing. Shortly before the hearing was set to begin, Odom was taken back to his cell as a Kootenai County judge had signed an order of mediation in his case.

Under Idaho criminal law, any party or court can initiate a mediation "to resolve some or all of the issues presented in the case." Participation in the mediation process is voluntary and will only take place upon agreement of everyone – defense and prosecution – involved in the case.

Instead of in an open courtroom, the mediation will happen behind closed doors, where a mediator will work to come to a voluntary agreement of how the case should be resolved. That could mean reduced charges but will still end with a criminal conviction.

Odom's charges were changed from attempted murder to an aggravated battery charge in June. The charges stem from the early March shooting of Remington in the parking lot of The Altar church in Coeur d'Alene. Odom was arrested by the Secret Service in Washington, D.C. several days later while throwing objects over the White House fence line.

Remington has expressed forgiveness for the March shooting and still has a long way to go in his recovery.

In addition to the battery charges Odom faces a charge of using a deadly weapon while committing a felony. Both the battery and attempted murder charges have a maximum of 15 years in prison, but battery can be easier to prove. The deadly weapon charge could add another 15 years in prison to Odom's sentence.

The Kootenai County Prosecutor's Office says there is no way of knowing exactly when the mediation will take place. It will be up to the judge to determine, but will likely take place more than 30 days from now.

12.24.2016 - Pastor Tim Remington hopes the new year will once and for all bring an opportunity for him to speak with Kyle Odom, who is accused of shooting Remington six times last March.


04.19.2017 - Idaho man accused of shooting pastor pleads not guilty:


07.18.2017  The Coeur d'Alene Press reports 31-year-old former Marine Kyle A. Odom pleaded guilty on Monday to felony aggravated battery with a felony firearm enhancement. Odom is accused of shooting Remington one day after Remington delivered the invocation at a Ted Cruz campaign rally in Idaho.
Kootenai County Courthouse
324 West Garden Avenue
Coeur d'Alene, Id 83816
(208) 446-1000
First Judicial District Court Assistance Officer 
Jay Sturgell
District Wide CAO 
501 North Government Way
Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814 
Phone (Only a message phone): 208-446-1225
Fax: 208-446-1224

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