Published on January 16th, 2013 | by Chris2
Something Fishy About Sandy Hook
A second shooter whose very existence is being denied. A seemingly jovial father who works to feign emotion on camera.
As if the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre weren’t awful enough, it seems that the media, or the authorities – or both – are working to keep the public in the dark about what really went down on the morning on December 14, 2012, in Newtown, Connecticut, at least to an extent.
Now, I don’t want to jump to any crazy conclusions, but it is my opinion that there is something entirely off about the events at Sandy Hook Elementary school last month – and their aftermath. Here are two things in particular that bear further investigation, whether you buy into the official version of the facts or not – at the very least, you’ll come away from your research with a better understanding of how mainstream media works to disseminate information:
1. The Second Shooter
During the initial minutes of the attack, police arrested a man, dressed in black and camouflage gear and apparently armed, in the woods directly behind the school. The pursuit itself was captured on film from a helicopter above, and broadcast at least once by major news networks, including CNN.
Once apprehended, the mystery man was apparently escorted to a police car – and placed in the front seat. On his way past concerned parents who had arrived on the scene, it is reported that he told several men that he “didn’t do it.”
Initially, CNN reported the man to be one of two Lanza brothers – at the time, the story suggested that Ryan Lanza was the shooter, while younger brother Adam Lanza was the man found in the woods. Subsequent stories that day eventually identified the shooter as Adam and placed Ryan far away from the scene of the crime, and no major news network has touched on the subject of the man in the woods since.
2. Apparent Foreknowledge
In only one of several examples of what appear to be foreknowledge of the events by some parties, a group called the Crisis Management Institute appears to have uploaded a PDF document to their website called “Talking with Your Children/Students About the Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting” a full four days before the attack ever took place.
Learn more from the website Fellowship of Minds, the first to discover this particular discrepancy.
This is but one example of this foreknowledge, including a news report uploaded in advance to the Newtown Bee’s online database, complete with a quote from Sandy Hook’s principle – the first person to be killed during the attack – about the shooting itself.
Again, I have to stress that all that I can offer here is pure speculation, but it is speculation based on facts which have become apparent since the awful tragedy. How or why these discrepancies have raised their ugly heads is mysterious, providing us only with small clues on what appears to be a road to a more full and honest truth than has previously been offered by authorities familiar with the case.
So what are your thoughts? Is there more to the events at Sandy Hook Elementary than meets the eye, or am I simply getting caught up in the conspiracy-based madness that surrounds nearly every occurrence of note?
Let us know what you think in the comments below!
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