Sunday, December 30, 2012

Sandy Hook Shootings: Inside the Bullshit

I would like to preface this post by saying that in no way, shape, or form do I consider myself to be a 'conspiracy theorist'. Everybody knows that human beings never ever ever behave conspiratorially in any way, and that any collusion between men of means in no way represents an exercise of power or influence.

So, let's start looking into this latest mass shooting with a closed mind, eager to cling to the certain truth that our news is unbiased information that is in no way comparable to the black propaganda used to manipulate public opinion in most countries throughout the whole of recorded history.

In fact, here's a former head of the CIA going before a house committee to state on record that his agency has been quite active in manipulating American media instruments:

Here's a story from 2002 about how The Pentagon plans to release fake media stories to help promote their agenda!

Man, it's a good thing that never actually happened! Imagine how confused we'd all be!

Here's footage of CNN apparently faking live news reports from a soundstage in front of a bluescreen:

Here's video of Anderson Cooper apparently interviewing a Sandy Hook parent in front of a bluescreen:

Here's the writer of the 9/11 piece for Popular Mechanics being debunked with ease:


Here's a link to the Wikipedia entry on Operation Mockingbird:

"Operation Mockingbird was a secret Central Intelligence Agency campaign to influence media beginning in the 1950s"

Shee, it's a good thing that all such activity clearly stopped, that the CIA had an attack of conscience and pulled back from such questionable activities!

So, let's hope we've established with certainty that funny business can never ever actually happen in the really real world of which we are all certainly a real part.

It should make it easier to stomach the following information!

Let's get warmed up with a couple of videos:

 I like some of the points made in these videos and dislike some of the others. Still, it should get the propellors spinning a bit.


Here's Attorney General Eric Holder proposing that the public needs to be brainwashed against guns.


Dead kids really bother Obama. Hence the tears. Hey, don't be such a cynic: it's possible that occasionally The President of The United States has unscripted moments in front of the camera.


Here's some articles about heroic school Principal Dawn Hochsprung, who "died trying to subdue the crazed shooter."

Here's an article from the local paper Newtown Bee, who I am "guessing" would have been on the scene before the major networks.

I've had to link to a screencap because the original article has since been pulled. It used to be here:

"Sandy Hook School Principal Dawn Hochsprung told the Bee that a masked man entered the school..."

 So, the heroic dead Principal was giving out interviews to the local newspaper, was she?

In my experience as a media monitor (we like to call ourselves "information logistics officers" instead of "press clippers", thanks) you want to pay close attention to the way stories break early, and try to catch glitches before they get memory-holed. Usually this is most apparent in small, local newspapers.

Apparently, the person writing this newspaper article didn't know who Dawn Hochsprung is.

Here are some other articles about or featuring Dawn Hochsprung from earlier editions of The Newtown Bee, the local paper in a town of 29,000 people.

New Principals Prepare For First Days In The District:

A ‘Musical’ Work Of Art Taking Shape At Sandy Hook School:

One School One Read Sparks ‘Lemonade War’ In Sandy Hook:

Full-Day Kindergarten Considered:

 That last article was written by John Voket, associate editor of the Newtown Bee, who also wrote the aforementioned article containing an interview with her after she died.

Very strange.

This thoughtful person has mounted a full investigation of the matter:

Alright, let's move on...


Here's the father of poor dead little girl Emilie Parker smiling and laughing. As soon as the camera focuses in on him, he yanks hard on the stick and starts working up the tears.

Nothing unusual so far, right?

Maybe he's smiling because people have strange reactions to grief and intense stress.

Here's a picture of Emilie Parker's deceased teacher, Victoria Soto, in front of a creepy old guy making a devil horn sign at the camera:

Is she a real person? Did she really die? Let's ask her grieving family of creepy giggling siblings:

Maybe they're smiling because people have strange reactions to grief and intense stress.

Here is a picture of little Emilie Parker and her family that is totally not photoshopped:

Oops... ok, well, here is another picture of Emilie Parker and her family that is definitely not photoshopped:

Alright, so what else have we got?

Here's a photo of a family that's been available online since at least May of 2012.

Need a datestamp?

Fine, here's a Youtube video uploaded in May of 2012. 
Skip ahead to 16:18 to see the photo in question.

The upstanding gentleman uploading these photos and videos is a class-one nutjob anarchist who thinks that this is a family of actors, "The Greenberg family", that's being used in fake news reports to stage false flag events.

Yes, that means the source for this photo is questionable. That is an ad hominem irrelevence in this case; the photo, its existence, and its datestamp speak for themselves.

Coincidentally, the family he singled out in this instance actually happens to live in Newtown, Connecticut! Wow, he was way off base on this one! Here's "The Greenberg family" being interviewed live on CNN, crying convincingly about the tragic death of poor old heroic Dawn Hochsprung.

Assuming your brain isn't screaming at you to reject out of hand that these are the same people, at this point you should be asking yourself: Why are pictures of Nick and Laura Phelps of Newtown showing up in conspiracy theory videos posted online back in May by people investigating unrelated cases?

Is it coincidence?

Are they identical twins?

Is it bad lighting?

If you're still reading along and aren't thinking this is all a bit funny, then you're probably suffering from cognitive dissonance.

 If you want to check this out for yourself, here's the Newtown Bee's directory of local phone numbers. It's searchable!!%29.pdf

Give Nick Phelps a call and ask him what he thinks about all this: 203-270-0012

Anyways, moving on...


Here's a totally convincing series of outtakes from an interview with the 'Medical Examiner' Wayne Carver...

Yeah, he seems pretty on the ball. I'm glad the government will be making policy recommendations based on his assertions and opinions.

In February of 2011, Wayne Carver requested the passage of Bill 1054, "An Act Concerning the Disclosure of Autopsy Reports" which would prevent the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner from unilaterally disclosing autopsy reports on pediatric homicides to the general public. Very prescient.,%20Wayne%20Carver,%20Chief%20Medical%20Examiner-TMY.PDF

More on the adventures of Dr. Carver:

Chief medical examiner ready to quit

Carver's Request of passing the provision of Bill 1054,%20Wayne%...

Bill 1054 passed This act shall take effect as follows and shall amend the following sections: Section 1 October 1, 2011 1-210(b)(3)

State M.E. Carver withdraws his resignation

Asst. M.E. charged with perjury

DA: Conn. doctor's trial testimony inconsistent

Conn. worker placed on leave after allegedly showing husband Adam Lanza's body


One problem with figuring out what really happened at Sandy Hook is that the story as reported by the media, rather than being clarified over time, seemingly became more fragmented and bizarre.

For example, let's ask The Hartford Courant about their journalism standards:

"Lanza next arrived at teacher Victoria Soto's classroom. Soto is believed to have hidden her 6- and 7-year old students in a classroom closet. When Lanza demanded to know where the children were, Soto tried to divert him to the other end of the school by saying that her students were in the auditorium.

But six of Soto's students tried to flee. Lanza shot them, Soto and another teacher who was in the room. Later, in their search for survivors, police found the remaining seven of Soto's students still hiding in the closet. They told the police what had happened.


"The arriving officers encountered a shocking scene in Soto's classroom. Lanza had shot her, as well as special education teacher Anne Marie Murphy and six of Soto's 6- and 7-year old students. Seven of Soto's students were found huddled and unharmed in a classroom closet, apparently hidden by Soto when she heard shooting. The other students fled the classroom.",0,3580899.story


"Does this help explain what Soto would do nearly five years later when gunman Adam Lanza entered her classroom at Sandy Hook Elementary School after slaughtering every child and teacher Lauren Rosseau in the next room? She ushered special education teacher Anne Marie Murphy and several children under her desk. She moved other children behind a bookcase or barrier. When Lanza came in, Soto was the only one he saw. She faced him. He killed her, and then he killed the children and Murphy under the desk. Murphy died shielding a child in her arms. Other children escaped the classroom. Soto's actions saved children's lives.",0,1760313.story?page=1&xyzallow=


Let's watch some video footage of Gene Rosen.

Why is he giving the same performance in each video?

Why is he giving the same performance to the spanish news service?

Why is it soooo terrible?
Here's some high definition aerial footage of Gene Rosen walking aimlessly around the parking lot of the firehouse next door to where he lives at a time when he was supposedly molesting stuffed toys in his livingroom for the amusement of the surviving children:


So, Adam Lanza, a 20 year old, awkward young man with autism, killed 26 people in under nine minutes with an assault rifle, including the time it took to pause and reload?

Let's see what that kind of gunmanship looks like in the real world:

Well, just what do we know about Adam Lanza?

Here's a picture of him that is totally NOT PHOTOSHOPPED TO MAKE HIM LOOK EVIL.

Adam P. Lanza: Social Security Death Index (SSDI) Death Record
Name: Adam P. Lanza
State of Issue: New Hampshire
Date of Birth: Wednesday April 22, 1992
Date of Death: Thursday December 13, 2012
Est. Age at Death: 20 years, 7 months, 21 days
Confirmation: Proven

Adam Lanza the suspected shooter died 1 day before the Sandy Hook event took place.

Huh, so the alleged shooter died the day before the Sandy Hook incident, did he?

Was Adam Lanza a Universal Soldier?

We also know a little bit about his mom:

She was a teacher at the school: 

No, wait, we need to clarify that, she was a survivalist prepper gun nut:

Here's a kid saying he saw a suspect in handcuffs on the ground when leaving the school:

Here's a news report about the arrest of a second shooter:

Here's an eyewitness alleging a man in camo pants with a dark jacket was walked out of the woods and arrested:

Here's the police band chatter from the day of the shooting:

At 1:35:07 we hear "One suspect may be wearing a nun outfit, headed toward Danbury and Stoney Hill, purple van."

Here's a picture of nuns leaving the scene of the shooting, wearing size 14 shoes, clutching suspiciously at their overcoats:,0,

Here's a closeup shot. Do these girls seem a bit manly to you?


This article is titled, "CNN video of police charge at Sandy Hook is not Sandy Hook" and is somewhat self-explanatory.


Here's the medical examiner swearing that the weapon used in all the murders was a .223 Bushmaster rifle.

Here's CNN reporting that the rifle was found in the trunk of the car:

Here's MSN reporting the same thing. "We've been told by several officials that he left (the rifle) in the car."

Here's CBS news reporting that "law enforcement officials" had confirmed that a high-powered rifle had been found in the back of the vehicle. 

Here's an article from a paper that contradicts the medical examiner's story:

"The gunman was wearing dark clothing, a mask, a bulletproof vest, and was carrying four guns. Investigators said the gunman fired his weapon at least 100 times. Three guns were found — a Glock and a Sig Sauer, both pistols, inside the school, and a .223-caliber rifle in the back of a car."

Here's actual video footage of a longgun, apparently a shotgun, being removed from the trunk of the vehicle. The footage was taken at night, placing it at least 8-10 hours after the shooting, and well after "law enforcement officials" would have issued statements about the .223 rifle included in the news items mentioned above.!

Here's Connecticut police spokesman Paul Vance the next morning, saying specifically that all weapons involved in this incident were recovered in proximity of the shooter:

Here's the Paul Vance of the Connecticut police threatening to prosecute people who post misinformation about the shooting on social media sites:

One wonders what would constitute "misinformation" in such a situation, and whether he intends to prosecute CNN for their fuckups.

Let's see what happens when Paul Vance is put to the question. This is also an interesting lesson object in how to actually be a journalist, so fellows like Anderson Cooper might want to take note.

Call 1:

Call 2:

Vance appears in the second of the two calls, but both are somewhat interesting.

Here's Paul Vance dodging a question about Adam Lanza's mother, at the 12:35 mark:


James Tracey's blog "The Memory Hole" contains a number of interesting observations which may be of interest to those inclined to take on further reading and investigation of the subject. A few choice highlights:

"At 9:53AM, no more than ten minutes after the reported shooting ceased, the Associated Press published a story, “Official with Knowledge of Connecticut School Shooting Says 27 Dead, Including 18 Children.”  AP and the Washington Post have since removed the story from their websites in lieu of subsequent reports that took their cue from a press conference scheduled for later that day.

Indeed, aside from internal police accounts of what took place inside Sandy Hook Elementary there is little information available to piece together what may have actually transpired inside the school. No photographic or video footage of the crime scene have been made publicly available and major media have to a large degree based their conclusions on Connecticut Medical Examiner H. Wayne Carver’s verbal account of the postmortem which is at best ambiguous.[3]

Two weeks after the incident an attorney representing the family of one six-year-old Sandy Hook student came forth with a $100 million lawsuit because their child “sustained emotional and psychological trauma and injury” when she, like several other children and staff, heard “‘cursing, screaming, and shooting’ over the school intercom.” The suit has since been withdrawn.[4]

Coverage of the event by the modest local weekly the Newtown Bee is most revealing in its combined discrepancies, vagueness, and brevity. In a December 14 article unidentified school personnel were floridly commended for their courage. Among them were school principal Dawn Hochsprung, who recounted to Bee Editor John Voket[5] how “a masked man entered the school with a rifle and started shooting multiple shots – more than she could count – that went ‘on and on.’”

The problem with the account was that it conflicted with a subsequent storyline where Hochsprung was the first to be killed by the gunmen. Three days later the paper issued a retraction and revised the story further.[6]  No additional explanation was provided concerning what party Volkert spoke to and quoted at the crime scene, suggesting from the onset a partly botched attempt at establishing a well-worn storyline.
Along these lines the same article relates what under the circumstances seems like an odd exchange between law enforcement and the school’s staff. Shortly after the incident an unidentified woman wearing a Connecticut State Police jacket addressed the group of teachers and staff who were consoling each other in the empty Sandy Hook apparatus bays. She complimented them on their individual and “exemplary” efforts following the procedures they were taught to ensure the protection of as many children and colleagues as possible.[7]

In the immediate aftermath of a bloody massacre where 27 lay dead or dying is this the appropriate time for a “post-game pep talk” and slaps on the back? What this closely resembles is the breakdown of a shooting drill, one that proceeded with violent sound effects broadcast through the school’s intercom system. In fact, on the same day the State of Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection in association with the Federal Emergency Management Agency were carrying out a “Planning for the Needs of Children in Disaster” drill in nearby Bridgeport.[8] Was the exercise location changed to Newtown at the last minute?

Close analysis of circumstances surrounding the event including unusual emergency procedures and news outlets’ interactions with alleged victim families following the shooting reveals important recurrent features and figures that further call the official account into question.

A Phantom Evacuation?

Additional facets of coverage and maneuvers suggesting the possibility of an at least a partially staged event include the choice of the Sandy Hook Fire and Rescue Company’s headquarters as an evacuation point for the school’s students. This is accompanied by a lack of photographic or video evidence of such a widespread evacuation, bizarre interview footage of idle and wandering families alongside an emotional man who just happens across a half dozen Sandy Hook first graders in his front lawn who apparently witnessed their teacher’s murder.

Newtown Bee Associate Editor Shannon Hicks asserts that she was among the first on the scene at Sandy Hook, driving behind police and “taking photographs immediately through the windshield of her car, with one hand on the steering wheel and one holding her camera.”[9] Strangely, however, at best only two of Hicks’ photos actually emerge from the series—the famous shot of about fifteen students in conga line formation evidently moving across the parking lot en route to the fire station and a second of state police officers appearing in the December 14 Bee report that is later expunged.

Hicks’ ferocity and determination to capture the scene only yields a few published photos at a time when corporate media outlets were very eager for such documentation, while no other photo or video evidence have emerged indicating such a widespread exodus from the school.

Nor is there any rationale provided in reportage on exactly why the fire station is even designated as an evacuation point. The choice is unusual because the school has only one route in and out of the facility—Dickenson Drive—and in the event of an actual emergency children are forced to parade down a street as police cars, fire engines, and ambulances race the other way. Many schools use their adjoining parking lots as a rendezvous point, and Sandy Hook’s is particularly capacious."

"9:30AM [estimate]
Only 35 minutes away from Newtown an active shooter drill is taking place at a school in Carmel, Putnam County. The operation is conducted by the Putnam County Emergency Response Team (“ERT). “The ERT is comprised of specially trained and heavily armed officers from the Sheriff’s Office and the Carmel and Kent Police Departments,” the Southeast Brewster Patch newspaper reports.  “When news broke of the Newtown shooting, the Putnam County ERT commander called Newtown Police and offered to have the ERT respond to the Sandy Hook school, but that response was not needed because Connecticut police had already secured the scene.” “Sheriff: Putnam Officials to Talk School Safety This Afternoon,”  Southeast Brewster Patch, December 18, 2012.

(9:30AM [see below])
CNN reports local authorities take the first 911 calls from Sandy Hook Elementary School. “‘Sandy Hook school. Caller is indicating she thinks someone is shooting in the building,’” a dispatcher told fire and medical personnel, according to 911 tapes. “Sandy Hook Shooting: What Happened?” CNN, December 14, 2012. (Recording of fire and law enforcement radio dispatch [below] indicates CNN’s 9:30AM time and account of events is incorrect.)

9:34AM [estimate]
Sandy Hook Elementary School reading consultant Becky Virgalla said she was in a meeting with Principal Dawn Hochsprung, school psychologist Mary Sherlach and other colleagues when the shooter broke into the building on Dec. 14. When they heard the commotion Hochsprung, Sherlach and lead teacher Natalie Hammond proceeded into the hall “to check out the noise that we didn’t know [were] gunshots at first,” Virgalla told Reuters Television at a December 23 Newtown memorial. “The three of them were shot and they yelled back ‘shooter, stay put.’ And they saved my life and the life of four others who were at that meeting,” Virgalla said. “Becky Virgalla, Newtown Shooting Survivor, Says Principal, Others Saved Her in Sandy Hook Rampage,” Reuters/Huffington Post, December 23, 2012.

Recording of Newtown and Connecticut emergency fire and law enforcement radio dispatch indicates potential of active shooter situation at Sandy Hook Elementary School. “6-7. Sandy Hook School. Caller indicates she thinks there’s someone shooting in the building.” RadioMan911TV, “Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting Newtown Police/Fire and CT State Police,” Youtube, December 14, 2012.

Newtown and Connecticut emergency fire and law enforcement radio dispatch suggests arrival of law enforcement at scene; “front glass has been broken [unintelligible]. They’re unsure why.” RadioMan911TV, “Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting Newtown Police/Fire and CT State Police,” Youtube, December 14, 2012.

Newtown and Connecticut emergency fire and law enforcement radio dispatch indicates continuance of gunfire at Sandy Hook school. “All units: The individual that I have on the phone is continuing to hear what she believes to be gunfire.” RadioMan911TV, “Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting Newtown Police/Fire and CT State Police,” Youtube, December 14, 2012.

Newtown and Connecticut emergency fire and law enforcement radio dispatch indicates law enforcement units and backup continual arrival at Sandy Hook Elementary. RadioMan911TV, “Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting Newtown Police/Fire and CT State Police,” Youtube, December 14, 2012.

Newtown and Connecticut emergency fire and law enforcement radio dispatch indicates “the shooting appears to have stopped. It is silent at this time. The school is in lockdown.” RadioMan911TV, “Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting Newtown Police/Fire and CT State Police,” Youtube, December 14, 2012.

Newtown and Connecticut emergency fire and law enforcement radio dispatch indicates citing of shooter suspects fleeing crime scene.  “Reports that a teacher saw two shadows running past the building–past the gym, which would be rear [inaudible] the shooting.” RadioMan911TV, “Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting Newtown Police/Fire and CT State Police,” Youtube, December 14, 2012.

Newtown and Connecticut emergency fire and law enforcement radio dispatch indicates officers’ encounter with and apprehension of additional shooter suspects fleeing scene. “Yeah, we got ‘em. He’s comin’ at me down [Curt's?] way! Coming [inaudible] up the left side.” RadioMan911TV, “Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting Newtown Police/Fire and CT State Police,” Youtube, December 14, 2012.

Newtown and Connecticut emergency fire and law enforcement radio dispatch indicates “one now in room one who [unintelligible] injury to the foot. [unintelligible] call for an ambulance [unintelligible]. RadioMan911TV, “Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting Newtown Police/Fire and CT State Police,” Youtube, December 14, 2012.

Newtown and Connecticut emergency fire and law enforcement radio dispatch indicates officers’ discovery of “bodies here” and requests for ambulatory/first responders’ backup. RadioMan911TV, “Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting Newtown Police/Fire and CT State Police,” Youtube, December 14, 2012.

(9:50AM [see below])
CNN reports police and first responders arrive at Sandy Hook Elementary. Police did not discharge their weapons. The gunman took his own life with a handgun. “Sandy Hook Shooting: What Happened?” CNN, December 14, 2012. (Recording of fire and law enforcement radio dispatch [above] suggests CNN’s 9:50AM time and account of events is incorrect.)

Hartford Courant publishes online Google map of Sandy Hook Elementary School. “Map of Sandy Hook Elementary School,” Hartford Courant, December 14, 2012.

[Late Morning]
In a December 14 Newtown Bee article unidentified school personnel are commended for their courage. Among them are school principal Dawn Hochsprung, who recounted to Bee Editor John Voket[5] how “a masked man entered the school with a rifle and started shooting multiple shots – more than she could count – that went ‘on and on.’” The problem with the account was that it conflicted with a subsequent storyline where Hochsprung was the first to be killed by the gunmen.

 "It is now beyond question that the assassinations of John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, and Martin Luther King Jr. all involved patsies, additional gunman and perhaps most importantly, mass media complicity to achieve their political ends. Along these lines and in a fashion now characteristic of how such public executions are framed, the observations and analyses of citizen journalists and alternative media suggest how coverage of the Newtown Connecticut school shooting was substantially altered in the several hours and days following the event.

After the 1995 Murrah Federal Building bombing central elements that would help the citizenry make sense of the event, such as unexploded ordnance found in the structure and Timothy McVeigh’s accomplice, were stricken from the official narrative. Along these lines at the probable behest of government authorities a second gunman accompanying Jared Lee Loughner in 2011 was quickly tossed down the memory hole by news outlets covering the incident. Similar reportorial lapses took place at the Aurora Colorado massacre last July where eyewitnesses attested to spotting James Holmes’ collaborators (or handlers) inside the theater.

When the news media act as willing partners in such acts the public becomes an unwitting accessory in its own psychic imprisonment, lulled into the notion that fair play still exists and public servants remain intent on service."

An especially important yet greatly underreported feature of the Sandy Hook affair is the wholly bizarre performance of Connecticut’s top medical examiner H. Wayne Carver II at a December 15 press conference. Carver’s unusual remarks and behavior warrant close consideration because in light of his professional notoriety they appear remarkably amateurish and out of character.

H. Wayne Carver II has an extremely self-assured, almost swaggering presence in Connecticut state administration. In early 2012 Carver threatened to vacate his position because of state budget cuts and streamlining measures that threatened his professional autonomy over the projects and personnel he oversaw.
Along these lines the pathologist has gone to excessive lengths to demonstrate his findings and expert opinion in court proceedings. For example, in a famous criminal case Carver “put a euthanized pig through a wood chipper so jurors could match striations on the bone fragments with the few ounces of evidence that prosecutors said were on the remains of the victim.”[4] One would therefore expect Carver to be in his element while identifying and verifying the exact ways in which Sandy Hook’s children and teachers met their violent demise.

Yet the H. Wayne Carver who showed up to the December 15 press conference is an almost entirely different man, appearing apprehensive and uncertain, as if he is at a significant remove from the postmortem operation he had overseen. The multiple gaffes, discrepancies, and hedges in response to reporters’ astute questions suggest that he is either under coercion or an imposter. While the latter sounds untenable it would go a long way in explaining his sub-pedestrian grasp of medical procedures and terminology."


For our final word on the matter, let's ask Paul Craig Roberts, a former Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury and former associate editor of the Wall Street Journal what he thinks:

"Agenda-driven news is the reason that apparent inconsistencies in the Sandy Hook story were not investigated or explained. According to some reports, the medical examiner said the children were shot with a rifle, but other reports say the accused was found dead inside the school with two pistols and that a rifle was found outside in the car. The police capture a man in the woods who says “I didn’t do it.” How would a person in the woods know what has just happened? Who was the man? Was he investigated and released? Will we ever know?

Some reports say the school was locked and admission is via security camera and being buzzed in. Why would a heavily armed person be buzzed in? Other reports say he shot his way in. Why wouldn’t such a commotion have alerted the school?

Another puzzle is the video of a father whose child has supposedly been shot to pieces. Prior to the interview he is caught on camera laughing and joking, and then, like an actor, he pulls his face and voice into a presentation of grief for the interview. and

The spokesman for the Connecticut State Police is anxious to control the story, warns social media against posting information contrary to official information, but provides little information, refusing to answer most questions. The usual “ongoing investigation” is invoked, but Lanza has already been declared to be the killer and the number of dead reported. About the only hard information that emerges is that the police are investigating where every component of the weapons was manufactured. The relevance to the shooting of where the components of the weapons were manufactured is not explained.
The medical examiner’s press conference is weird. He is incoherent, unsure of what he is supposed to say, hasn’t answers to questions he should have, and defers to police.

Perhaps the best way to avoid fueling suspicion is for public officials not to hold press conferences until they are prepared to answer the relevant questions.

And where are the bodies? Like the alleged murder of Osama bin Laden by a SEAL, the crucial evidence is not provided. Paul Vance, the Connecticut State Police spokesman, said that the “victims’ bodies were removed from the school overnight” and that detectives “were able to positively identify all of the victims and make some formal notification to all of the families of the victims.”

Allegedly, no parent wanted to see the body of their dead child, but how do you know it is your child if you do not see the body? It is a strange kind of closure when it is provided to parents by impersonal detectives. Has anyone seen a body other than a state medical examiner and a few detectives? Where are the media’s films of body bags being carried out of the school? Why would Obama’s gun control agenda forego the propaganda of a procession of body bags being carried out of a school?

Perhaps the sensitivity issue prevailed, but with all the suspicion that already exists about the government and its claims, why fuel the suspicion by withholding visual evidence of the tragedy?

There are reports that when emergency medical help arrived at the school, the medical personnel were denied access to the children on the grounds that there were no survivors and the scene was too gruesome. Yet, there is a conflicting story that one six-year-old girl had the presence of mind to play dead and walked out of her classroom unscathed. If the story is true, how do we know that other survivors did not bleed to death from wounds because the emergency medical personnel were denied access? Did police exercise more control over the scene than was warranted?

It doesn’t seem to matter that questions are not answered and discrepancies are not resolved. The story is useful to the gun control agenda. Progressives, in order to achieve their agenda, are willing adjuncts of the police state. The facts of the shooting are less important than the use of the incident to achieve their agenda.
Probably there are answers to the questions. Moreover, the news reports that are the basis for questions could be incorrect. But why aren’t the answers provided and confusions cleared up? Instead, people who ask obvious questions are dismissed as “insensitive to the tragedy” or as “conspiracy kooks.” This in itself deepens suspicion.

The Colorado movie theater shooting has its own unresolved discrepancies. One eyewitness claimed that there were two shooters. Apparently, the suspect was captured sitting in a car in the theater parking lot, which seems strange. There are claims that the accused, a graduate student in neuroscience, was involved with the Defense Advance Research Projects Agency in mind control research and that he doesn’t remember doing the shooting.

Do we actually know? Apparently not. Wouldn’t it be preferable to investigate these claims rather than to leave them as unanswered sources of suspicion? The loose ends of the Colorado movie shooting contribute to the suspicions caused by news reports of the Sandy Hook shootings."

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