Supect in Arizona shooting posted video ramblings on the web

A 22-year-old suspect in a shooting at a Tucson, Arizona, shopping center has several videos posted on the Internet in which he writes about mind control and the “new currency.”

Two of those videos are rambling writings. In another he appears to be seated on the floor of a bedroom and speaks softly with a Scottish accent.

A 9-year-old girl and federal Judge John Roll and four others were killed. Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was shot in the head and was in critical condition Saturday afternoon. Twelve others were also wounded in the shooting outside a grocery store.

According to the Associated Press, police had a suspect in custody: Jared Loughner.

One 51-second YouTube video opens with electronic music and a graphic with the words "If I'm the mind controller then I control the belief and religion."

In the next frame, Loughner writes “If you’re editing of every belief and religion reaches the final century then the writer for every belief and religion is you…. You control every – thought, action and lifestyle – for the person or people as the mind controller. I’m able to control every belief and religion by being the mind controller.”

Another video, posted Dec. 15, opens with "My final thoughts: Jared Lee Loughner!" The music is much different.

One of the topics in the three-minute, 47-second video is what would happen if each letter of the alphabet were replaced by another and 8-year-olds were taught the new words.

Then Loughner shifts his discussion to the “new currency.” The writings are nonsensical.

“Every human who’s mentally capable is always able to be treasurer of their new currency. If you create one new currency then you’re able to create a second new currency. If you’re able to create second new currency then you’re able to create third new currency. You create one new currency. Thus, you’re able to create a third currency.”

That video also was posted Dec. 15.

On Nov. 30, Laughner apparently posted a rant about the education he is getting at Pima Community College. He writes that the classes and grades offered there are unconstitutional. "If the police remove you from the educational facility for talking then removing you from the educational facility for talking is unconstitutional in the United States."