Monday, December 24, 2012

Who is responsible?

1.   The medical examiner asserts that all wounds were caused by a rifle or other long weapon, and police/FBI say that the school was littered with 223 (rifle) casings. However, Adam Lanza was found dead at the school with only handguns - a rifle was found in the trunk of his car. Then he could not have possibly been firing the rifle, and could not have committed the murders. Who did then? This is the biggest discrepancy as far as I can see, as we actually have footage of the cops retrieving the rifle from the trunk of the car.
2.   According to the official story, Adam Lanza was found with his older brother’s ID, and it was not stolen. However, older brother Ryan - whom officials say is very cooperative - claims not to have even seen his brother since 2010. Where would Adam get this ID? And why does such use not qualify as a theft?
3.   The most interesting part is the kids saying they saw a man pinned to the ground with handcuffs on?? Why would a kid lie about this??
4.   "According to the official story, Adam Lanza was wearing a black outfit with a mask and bulletproof vest. Why would he want to hide his identity, and why would he wear a bulletproof vest if he planned to kill himself?"
5.   Why did a police officer specifically mention on radio that “they’re coming at me through this wood” followed by a fellow officer saying, “This is it”?"
6.    When the shooting incident occurred, the 911 dispatch tapes, allow us to clearly hear a policeman reporting in the frantic of the moment, multiple suspects, long rifle and shotgun are specifically mentioned by this reporting policeman on the 911 dispatch tape. The reason this is important is because, the shotgun that was supposedly found in the trunk of his mothers SUV, as the police video shows us, It is dark after sunset, they have lights on, the car is surrounded by policemen as the video cameras roll, we are shown the trunk opened and the shotgun was shown as supposedly being inside this grand trunk opening moment for all to see, so we would forget they told us that a Bushmaster! 223 was initially in the trunk which the AP wire ran with earlier in the day. The problem with this report is that it goes against the fact that a policeman reported a "shotgun and long rifle" during the 911 response to the shooting and so, one has to logically ask, how does a shotgun get reported during the 911 call if the shotgun used, gets discovered much later in the day, and after dark? The coverup with the initial mistake about the AR-15 being found in the trunk had to be corrected in such a way that something else replaces the AR-15 found in the trunk. By swapping the story from a AR-15 to a shotgun, the deception would have worked, had not the 911 dispatch tape prove all this to be a lie. Can you honestly tell me that any law enforcement type is going to mistake a Shotgun for a Bushmaster AR-15? Not likely I think, but keep the time of discovery in mind for it helps show that a cover up is being conducted.
7.   There were other teachers in that school that surely saw some of what transpired and would have some eyewitness information about this event that they may recant to others and it would likely spread via social media sending texts and posting to FB and Twitter. We then we have the CT State Police going live on TV stating that anyone disseminating information other than the "official story" will be prosecuted. Hmmm? That would surely cause someone to think twice about telling anyone what they know vs what the official story is.
8.   First reports Adam’s father dead, was it a false report or was there a body at the father's home? What happened to it?

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