"According to Elmore, he wasn't quite ready to go to sleep when he retired to his bedroom around 1:15 AM- so he decided to engage in one of his favorite activities: breaking down and cleaning one of his firearms. The firearm that Elmore decided to break down and clean was his M24 Sniper Riffle (officially referred to as the M24 Sniper Weapon System).
At approximately 1:50 AM, after cleaning and reassembling the rifle, Elmore rested it on the sill of his bedroom window to adjust its scope. While adjusting the scope it unintentionally landed on one of his neighbor across the street's open windows; Elmore told police and reporters that he was amazed at what he saw happening inside. Elmore told local ABC affiliate reporter Karen Lodestone, I honestly thought I was dreaming hallucinating at first, it took over a minute for the situation to fully register in my brain.
What Elmore saw through the high-powered scope on his riffle[sic] was his neighbors, Fredrick and Lydia Cole tied to chairs in their upstairs family-room. The couple's 2-children Douglas (11-years-old) and Daniel (6-years-old) were sitting near their mother also tied to kitchen-style chairs."
Note the clever weird double word trick, which in the original article fell perfectly on a line break. This is very meta-aware and refined meme skills.
This disclaimer on the website, which is nearly impossible to find, is a great example of the fake news era we are living in:
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