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Gutjahr’s Daughter Thamina Was Hangin’ Out at Munich Mall, Too

Johnny on the Spot Richard “Exclusive” Gutjahr’s daughter is one Thamina Stoll, 22 years old. Stoll studies at Duke University and was summer interning in Munich. She also just so happened to be at the Munich Mall as a witness to the shooting there. No you can’t make this stuff up.

Stoll told her story to the Duke Chronicle.

Thamina Stoll: My grandma actually lives about two to three minutes away from the shopping center by foot. I was on my way back there from my internship. The local subway system is connected to the mall, so usually what people would do who live close to the mall is walk through the mall because it’s faster, so that’s what I did today. Then I came to my grandma’s apartment, met up with my family and decided to go back to the shopping mall to get a belated birthday gift for my younger cousin.

Nothing unusual, just a regular Friday afternoon. Then we returned to my grandma’s apartment, stayed there for about half an hour, met up with my mom who had just come home from work and then we decided to go again to the shopping mall because that’s our Friday afternoon ritual. We went downstairs and right outside my grandma’s house we ran into a family, and they were panicking, they were in shock, they were crying. They told us they had just run away from the shopping mall because they had heard gunshots both inside and outside the building.

We were shocked at first ourselves. Then we decided to go back upstairs, and we took in the family because they were shaking and everything. We gave them water and shelter. We went to my grandma’s balcony and from there I witnessed about 50 people running towards our neighborhood. I recorded the video from the balcony.

Blah, blah, blah, you can read this tale for yourself. Here is the money quote:


TS: Honestly, I just couldn’t believe it. Obviously, me and my friends and family have been talking about the terror attacks a lot lately, especially since my dad was actually in [Nice, France] when the terror attack happened there. He was one of the people who also happened to record video footage there, and he had almost died. The truck drove by less than 300 feet away from him.

The featured image at top of story is Gutjahr’s Snapchat avatar.

Five months ago, Thamina sent this Instagram out. Yes, that is Hillary Clinton and the intrepid reporter on the scene. The two look pretty friendly.


7 Comments on Gutjahr’s Daughter Thamina Was Hangin’ Out at Munich Mall, Too

    • Love the Mason Wells story, what a hoot! He’s my favorite pin head. He’s three for three. Gutjar must be jealous.

  1. Thanks Russ for your ongoing articles here on newnationalist. I hope the site gets more exposure and a comment section develops. I have a suggestion: my daughter-in-law wants to know more about the false flag/crisis actors/patsies phenomenon. I only want to give her the most concentrated videos or articles. It would be great to have a list of the top 5-10 videos or articles that explore this subject.

    • Your suggestion is excellent. I have been thinking of putting together a hard hitting 20 minute You Tube compilation of 1. glaring image anomalies, in sequence one after the other. 2. crisis actor compilation showing all the smirks, duping delight, the skipping of the grieving process, and the New Age nonsense they spout. There are plenty of doozies believe me and no one has done this that I am aware.

      The problem is neither me or my colleagues can edit You Tube videos. Secondly good videos tend to get pulled down and the sites banned. If someone skilled at editing videos wants to collaborate I have the “institutional knowledge” to quickly feed the short clips and mind blowing images.

      If you look in the tabs on the right you will see “false flags and hoaxes”. That shows my work. There is more at my old site and we are gradually migrating those articles over as well.

      • Hey Russ,

        Your project idea is a good one, wish I had the editing skills to help. The outcome you are talking about would be a huge addition to the conversation. I think it’s just a higher level compilation of information than what is usually available. The ‘skipping of the grieving process’ is an important angle, thanks for mentioning. People are suffering from such cognitive dissonance, they are having a hard time identifying what a normal emotion is. Actually, they really know, but aren’t trusting their gut. I am an ex-psychotherapist, so I resonate with the idea of educating people about normal and healthy responses to one’s environment and revealing what is neurotic and pathological. Maybe that’s a vector to explore – doing a video that shows the preposterous emotional reactions of people, establishing a baseline of what “normal” people would be doing. Trauma creates amnesia, it destroys clarity. People don’t smile and carefully recount events. If they encounter vivid memories they melt down and cry and shake. Most people just won’t go there – who wants to talk about having witnessed great fears and death of other people, and feeling guilty as a survivor? You’d have to drag that information out of people and they would be crying. It takes a special kind of person to be able to tease out information like that from a traumatized person, I know.

        Our culture is really in trouble. TV and media is undercutting people’s sanity. The matrix is deconstructing people’s ability to emotionally handle disappointment and we are becoming easily manipulated basket cases. Maybe people are waking up, we’ll see when TSHTF. People are going to grow up real fast, or be dead, or go mental, as in zombification.

        Actually, zombification after catastrophes is not new. Humans have been through this numerous times before. On another note if you’re interested, I explore ancient history reconstruction along with a team of scholars – one angle is an understanding of what human sacrifice was originally all about. This was ritual that aided zombie survivors after earth catastrophes, actually helping people reconstitute society. No wonder we are a fucked up species. You can read more at my web site:

        Let’s hope we don’t need to return to the macabre theater of human sacrifice, but find another way out of this madness.

        Peace out, from Kauai

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