“It ain’t what we don’t know that hurts us; it’s what we think we know that ain’t so.”—Will Rogers
American History 101
“Lee Harvey Oswald did not kill John F. Kennedy.
Sirhan Sirhan did not kill Robert F. Kennedy.
James Earl Ray did not kill Martin Luther King, Jr.
Timothy McVeigh did not blow up the Oklahoma City Murrah Federal Building on his own.
Osama bin Laden was not buried at sea, did not plan, take part in the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
The U.S. Government burned children alive on purpose at Waco.
Senator Paul Wellstone was assassinated in a plane crash in the north woods forest near Eveleth, MN because he opposed the coming war on Iraq.
Adam Lanza did not kill anyone, if he even existed.
Nobody died at Sandy Hook.
Nobody died at Boston.”(1)
If you’ve found your way to this post, then you are probably already aware of most of the statements above.
If you’ve done some serious investigation of these events, then you probably understand that they are all true.
Those who haven’t dug into these realms, and who don’t understand the monumental pack of lies that has been woven throughout U.S. history, may experience some cognitive dissonance when they take a hard look at the Sandy Hook Hoax.
In order to fully grasp the reality that actually occurred at Sandy Hook, it’s important to suspend the beliefs that formed the story that was delivered to you by the Mainstream Media.
It’s also important to be aware that the folks who create these stories realize the key to getting the viewers to buy into the myth they’re spinning is to utilize an emotional hook to real in the fish.
In this case they played one of their favorite cards, the ‘Dead Child’ card. There’s nothing like dead kids to rip at the heart-strings and lead to the abandonment of common sense and logic.
And the viewers took the bait, hook, line and sinker.
Did any of these people see ‘Wag the Dog’?
“The Sandy Hook experience has divided Americans, most of whom have been convinced by
media coverage that it was a real event, where a young man massacred 20 children and six
adults before killing himself.
Another substantial segment of the US population has taken a closer look at the evidence and drawn the conclusion it was a hoax, where no children really died: it was an elaborate psy-op to promote gun control.
Americans are hard pressed to sort these things out, because they are hit with a blizzard of reports that appear to confirm the official account, leaving them in the predicament of not being able to tell if it was real or fake.”(1)
Probabilities vs. Certainties
“Knowledge of historical events (based upon documents and records, photos and videos and witness testimony, for example) can never be “definitive and certain”. You only know your own origin in life (where and when you were born and the parents who brought you into this world) on the basis of information that could have been faked. Even DNA comparisons can be invalid or mistaken on purpose or by accident.
Your belief about today’s day/month/year is something else of which you have no direct and certain knowledge but rather have a host of sources of information, such as newspapers and television reports, which collectively confirm your belief but could be fabricated or faked, but which are almost always accurate and true.
The occurrence of an elaborate hoax intended to fool the people does not occur often, but there can be no doubt that it does sometimes occur. The Warren Report (1964), for example, provides an indictment of Lee Harvey Oswald as the lone assassin of JFK, where the evidence for that conclusion was carefully selected and, in some cases, completely fabricated.
The backyard photographs were faked, for example, and the home moviesof the assassination were edited. That he had been captured in a famous photo taken during the shooting was suppressed.”(1) Check out The Great Zapruder Film Hoax (2003):
“These things can and sometimes do happen. And one of them happened here.
If you only read the government’s account, you might very well be convinced that JFK had been killed by Lee Oswald. And if you only paid attention to the mass media, you would probably believe that 20 children died at Sandy Hook. Once you acknowledge that some of the evidence has been fabricated or faked, however, the case begins to assume a completely different character. This does not mean we cannot know what happened in this instance, but it should not have been necessary to frame a guilty man. New evidence or alternative hypotheses may thus require us to revise our position by rejecting hypotheses we previously accepted, accepting hypotheses we previously rejected and leaving others in suspense. We now know more about Sandy Hook.”(1)
Inference to the best explanation
“The principle known as “inference to the best explanation”, has the potential to turn every American into a critical thinker in comparing alternative hypotheses. In relation to Sandy Hook, there are two alternatives, which have consequences that would also be true (or probably true) if they were true and others that would be false (or probably false) if they were not (setting the alleged suicide by Adam Lanza to the side):
(h1) Sandy Hook was a real event, where 20 children and 6 adults were
killed at a school;
(h2) Sandy Hook was an elaborate hoax, where a drill was conducted
and no children died.
But the key to understanding is making an appraisal of which of these hypotheses is better supported by the evidence. We can think of the evidence as effects of one or another hypothesis as their cause. When one hypothesis makes the effects more probable than the other, it is more likely to be true
and the alternative false. For the shooting to have been real, the school had to have been operational in 2012; yet we have indication after indication that it had been abandoned by 2008.
We know from past experience that the names, ages and sex of victims of crimes are almost invariably printed in newspaper accounts of crimes. In this case, however, the final reports coming from the Connecticut authorities did not include them. That is a very odd aspect of this event, but
an attempt has been made to explain it away on the ground of preserving the privacy of the families of the victims. But if there were victims, their families already know they are dead. There is no evident benefit to the families, if it was real, but a major element of the cover up, if it was not.
From the date of the event, we have a photograph taken from a CT State Police chopper at 9:15 AM/ET, which is 20 minutes before the first 911 call came in; there was no surge of EMTs into the building to rush those little bodies off to hospitals, where doctors could pronounce them dead or alive; virtually all of the emergency vehicles were kept at the Firehouse, which became the center of activity as opposed to the school; the parents were not even allowed to identify their children, which was done using photos. Any parent would emphasize that there is no way they could have been kept
from viewing the body of their child, while the conduct of the “parents” in this case is remarkably obedient.”
No ambulances at the school
Ambulances are at the Firehouse
Other circumstantial anomalies
If the school had been abandoned, then the shooting has to be an illusion, since there would have been no students present for Adam Lanza to shoot. And if that were the case, then we might not be surprised if any number of measures were taken at the time by authorities to suppress relevant information (and thereby making it unavailable) or by otherwise circumventing what would have been the ordinary and normal procedures of investigation and administration by local and state authorities. But the measures that were taken were rather extraordinary, including these examples:
* the Attorney General of Connecticut argued against releasing the 911 calls, where the court ruled against him;
* the Clerk of Newtown entered into secret negotiations with the state legislature to avoid issuing death certificates;
* a special panel of the state legislature recommended that any state employee who released information about Sandy Hook other than via Freedom of Information Act request be prosecuted as an E-felony with a five year sentence; and,
* those who were hired to participate in the demolition of the school
building were required to sign life-time gag orders that prohibit them
from talking about what they saw or did not see during its destruction.
Each of these qualifies as a “fact” insofar as its truth can be confirmed by research you can conduct yourself. Admittedly, if all the information accessible via the Internet about Sandy Hook were fabricated or faked, then that would not be the case.
But no one who seriously contests any of these points. So ask yourself, what is the probability that these five claims (if we also include the missing names, ages and sex from the final report) would be true if Sandy Hook had been a real event? And by comparison, what is the probability these five claims would be true if Sandy Hook had been a hoax? Which hypothesis is more likely to be true?”(1)
The Governor’s Press Conference
“The day of the shooting, Governor Dan Malloy and his Lt. Governor held a press conference, during
which he observed that they had been “spoken to” that something like this might happen.
“Something like this”?
What could that mean.
There are only two alternatives:
(a) that he had been told there would be a shooting in a school in his state,
in which case he, as governor, should have warned school districts to be
on high alert and make sure it did not happen, which he did not do; or,
(b) that he had been told they would be taking an abandoned school and
using it as a prop for a drill, which would be presented to the public as
real to promote an aggressive gun-control agenda, which is the case here.
And an investigation into recent visits with the Governor to determine by whom he might have been “spoken to”, it was discovered that Attorney General Eric Holder had met with him on 27 November 2012 to discuss “Operation Longevity”, a special interest of the Attorney General and the President of the United States for promoting gun control. Mark my words. The evidence presented here demonstrates that the school was closed by 2008; that there were no students to evacuate; that Adam Lanza appears to have been a work of fiction; and that the teachers, the parents, the Newtown School Board, the State Police, the Medical Examiner and the Governor were in on the hoax.”(1)
The Requirement of Total Evidence
“Indeed, scientific reasoning specifically and rational inquiries generally must satisfy the requirement of total evidence: in the search for truth, reasoning must be based upon all of the available relevant evidence, where evidence is relevant when its presence or absence (or truth or falsity) makes a difference to the outcome, typically on the basis of considerations of probability.
According to the official report on Sandy Hook by Danbury States Attorney Stephen Sedensky (“The Sedensky Report”), there were 489 children present that day. Minus 20 murdered, there ought to have been 469 to evacuate (as well as around 70 more teachers, administrators and staff). But we have no pictures of their evacuation. What we have instead this “iconic” photograph:
Below is a closeup of the group:
It has sometimes been said that “You can’t prove a falsehood true!” But that assertion overlooks the role of false clams and fabricated evidence. We have here a photograph purporting to show a string of children being led away from the school to safety by a policewoman on the scene. This photo was published on the front page of virtually every newspaper in the world—and shown endless times on television. It was undoubtedly the single most important form of proof in convincing the public around the world that Sandy Hook was real.
But there is a catch: the photograph was staged! And we know that not on the basis of the weaker evidence that there are too many leaves on the trees and no frost for this to be a 28 degree day in December but because Shannon Hicks took a second photograph!”(1)
Rearranging the kids to get a better shot
“It’s bad enough that we have a series of parents looking on, some with their arms cross or their hands in their pockets—which is certainly not what we would expect in an emergency situation. It gets much worse when you realize that the police woman has stopped the children to rearrange them to get “a better shot”!
Here’s a comparison that shows what was going on and demonstrates—as conclusively as anyone could have the right to expect—that the first photograph was staged to create the false impression that there was an emergency and that these kids needed to be removed from a threat at the earliest possible opportunity—which would not leave time to stop and rearrange them as follows:
We not only know that Shannon Hicks was “in on the game” by taking these photos (as early as in October) in preparation for this elaborate charade but we also know that there was no evacuation. The claim is sometimes made that “You can’t prove a negative!” But that turns out to be false. When evidence that ought to be present if an hypothesis were true is not present, then the absence of evidence qualifies as evidence of absence.
Suppose you were told there is an elephant in your living room. If you go there and find no indications of the presence of an elephant, you are completely justified in inferring that there is no elephant in your living room.
If the 469 kids who should have been there, had this this event been real, were not there, you are completely justified in inferring that it was not real.
In the photo above, notice how many indications are present that this photo was staged. There was no emergency in progress, the people behind the woman in the center (closest to the children, whom Dan Cady has identified as Lisa Terifay) appear part of a drill by their body language, where the conga line sequence in the photo above is missing the girl in the front, meaning Hicks’ claim that she took that photo under emergency conditions is indefensible: they staged multiple shots and selected the one that they thought was best.
An evacuation would have looked something like this, with strings of children led by other police officers or teachers performing their duty under stress:
But we have Dash Cam footage at the locations in the parking lot where, according to official police records, the evacuation was taking place—and there is nothing there! Just as the absence of signs of the presence of an elephant in your living room is proof of the absence of an elephant, the absence of signs of the presence of children undergoing evacuation is proof that no evacuation was taking place.”(1)
More parking lot anomalies—and a stunner!
“Inspection of the vehicles in the parking lot in front of the school shows that they are parked in the wrong direction (which should have been nose-in), given the arrangement for driving into the lot. The image itself suggests of a group of drivers methodically filling up the lot with used or abandoned cars, driving straight into the designated parking places without regard for how they should have been arranged.
Once again we ask, “What is the probability that the lot would be filled with cars parked in the wrong direction, if this had been a real event? What if this had been a drill?” Truly stunning, however, is the discovery of a series of photographs that display setting the stage early in the morning for the events that would transpire this day:
Notice that the windows of Classroom 10 are not shot out and the flag is up. This photograph is taken from one of the elevated cameras we have discovered that were mounted around the parking lot to record the drill. The mortuary tent is not there yet, which makes this early morning. Could we have more decisive proof? When an hypothesis has been confirmed by abundant evidence and no alternative explanation is reasonable, it has been established “beyond a reasonable doubt”.
Hypothesis (h1), that Sandy Hook was real, has been falsified and (h2), that this was an elaborate hoax, has been proven beyond any reasonable doubt.”(1)
Benefits to the participants
“The benefits to those who participated in the Sandy Hook hoax have been substantial. The donation sites created by “families of the victims” have hauled in over $27,000,000 or in excess of $1,000,000 per family. Other substantial grants have been given to alleviate the pain and suffering of those who responded to the event. On Friday, 12 December 2014, for example, Senators Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) and Chris Murphy (D-CT) and Representative Elizabeth Esty (CT-5) announced a $775,914 grant from the Department of Justice’s Office for Victims of Crimes and their families, firs responders and members of Newtown community in the wake of the shooting to “help fund continued mental health services and other support services”, which sounds like a lot for participating in a charade.
Other pay-offs, bribes and hush-money—and under the circumstances, is there anything more appropriate to call it?—are documented below.
When debate was taking place over the choice between refurbishing the old school or constructing a new one, The Newtown Bee published about the presence of asbestos, lead and PCBs in the building, which had no doubt factored in the earlier decision to abandon the school in 2008. Newtown received $50,000,000 to build a brand new K-4 elementary school. I surveyed the cost of comparable cost for K-4 schools across the nation and discovered they average $7,000,000, which reflects the generous benefits that a community might accrue from cooperating covertly with the federal
government in the pursuit of its political agenda.”(1)
Below is a photo of the new $50 million Sandy Hook Elementary school:
For some, well worth participation in the Hoax!!!
Medical Examiner: More Questions than Answers
“Inconsistencies and anomalies abound when one turns an analytical eye to news of the Newtown school massacre. The public’s general acceptance of the event’s validity and faith in its resolution suggest a deepened credulousness borne from a world where almost all news and information is electronically mediated and controlled.
The condition is reinforced through the corporate media’s unwillingness to push hard questions vis-à-vis Connecticut and federal authorities who together bottlenecked information while invoking prior restraint through threats of prosecutorial action against journalists and the broader citizenry
seeking to interpret the event on social media.
Along these lines on December 19 the Connecticut State Police assigned individual personnel to each of the 26 families who lost a loved one at Sandy Hook Elementary. “The families have requested no press interviews,” State Police assert on their behalf, “and we are asking that this request be honored.
The de facto gag order was in effect until the investigation concluded—even though lone gunman Adam Lanza has been confirmed as the sole culprit.
With the exception of an unusual and apparently contrived appearance by Emilie Parker’s alleged father, victims’ family members have been almost wholly absent from public scrutiny. What can be gleaned from this and similar coverage raises many more questions and glaring inconsistencies
than answers. While it sounds like an outrageous claim, one is left to inquire whether the Sandy Hook shooting ever took place—at least in the way law enforcement authorities and the nation’s news media have described.”(1)
The accidental Medical Examiner
An especially important yet greatly under-reported 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
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.” 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.
The following video includes a couple of Wayne Carver’s ‘comments’, such as they are, starting at 1:05:
With this in mind extended excerpts from the full exchange are worthy of recounting here in print. Carver is accompanied by Connecticut State Police Lieutenant H. Paul Vance and additional Connecticut State Police personnel. The reporters are off-screen and thus unidentified so I have assigned them simple numerical identification based on what can be discerned of their voices.
Reporter #1: So the rifle was the primary weapon?
H. Wayne Carver: Yes.
Reporter #1: [Inaudible]
Carver: Uh (pause). Question was what caliber were these bullets. And I know—I probably know more about firearms than most pathologists but if I say it in court they yell at me and don’t make me answer [sic]—so [nervous laughter]. I’ll let the police do that for you.
Reporter #2: Doctor can you tell us about the nature of the wounds. Were
they at very close range? Were the children shot at from across the room?
Carver: Uhm, I only did seven of the autopsies. The victims I had ranged from three to eleven wounds apiece and I only saw two of them with close range shooting. Uh, but that’s, uh y’know, a sample. Uh, I really don’t have detailed information on the rest of the injuries.
[Given that Carver is Connecticut’s top coroner and in charge of the
entire postmortem this is a startling admission.]
Reporter #3: But you said that the long rifle was used?
Reporter #3: But the long rifle was discovered in the car.
State Police Lieutenant Vance: That’s not correct, sir.
Unidentified reporter #4: How many bullets or bullet fragments did you
find in the autopsy. Can you tell us that?
Carver: Oh. I’m lucky I can tell you how many I found. I don’t know. There were lots of them, OK? This type of weapon is not, uh … the bullets are designed in such a fashion that the energy—this is very clinical. I shouldn’t be saying this. But the energy is deposited in the tissue so the bullet stays in [the tissue].
[In fact, the Bushmaster .223 Connecticut police finally claimed was used in the shooting is designed for long range field use and utilizes high velocity bullets averaging 3,000 feet-per-second, the energy of which even at considerable distance would penetrate several bodies before finally coming to rest in tissue.]
Reporter #5: How close were the injuries?
Carver: Uh, all the ones (pause). I believe say, yes [sic].
Reporter #6: In what shape were the bodies when the families were brought to check [inaudible].
Carver: Uh, we did not bring the bodies and the families into contact. We took pictures of them, uhm, of their facial features. We have, uh, uh—it’s easier on the families when you do that. Un, there is, uh, a time and place for the up close and personal in the grieving process, but to accomplish this we thought it would be best to do it this way and, uh, you can sort of, uh … You can control a situation depending on the photographer, and I have very good photographers. Uh, but uh—
Reporter #7: Do you know the difference of the time of death between the
mother in the house and the bodies recovered [in the school].
Carver: Uh, no, I don’t. Sorry [shakes head excitedly] I don’t! [embarrassed laugh]
Reporter #8: Did the gunman kill himself with the rifle?
Carver: No. I—I don’t know yet. I’ll-I’ll examine him tomorrow morning. But, but I don’t think so.
[Why has Carver left arguably the most important specimen for last? And why doesn’t he think Lanza didn’t commit suicide with the rifle?]
Reporter #9: In terms of the children, were they all found in one classroom or—
Carver: Uhm … [inaudible] [Turns to Lieutenant Vance] Paul and company will deal with that.
Reporter #9: What?
Carver: Paul and company will deal with that. Lieutenant Vance is going to handle that one.
Reporter #10: Was there any evidence of a struggle? Any bruises?
Reporter #11: The nature of the shooting; is there any sense that there was a lot of care taken with precision [inaudible] or randomly?
Carver: [Exhales while glancing upward, as if frustrated] Both. It’s a very difficult question to answer … You’d think after thousands of people I’ve seen shot but I … It’s … If I attempted to answer it in court there’d be an objection and then they’d win—[nervous laughter].
[Who would win? Why does an expert whose routine job as a public employee is to provide impartial medical opinion concerned with winning and losing in court? Further, Carver is not in court but rather at a press conference.]
Reporter #12: Doctor, can you discuss the fatal injuries to the adults?
Carver: Ah, they were similar to those of the children.
Reporter #13: Doctor, the children you had autopsied, where in the bodies were they hit?
Carver: Uhm [pause]. All over. All over.
Reporter #14: Were [the students] sitting at their desks or were they running away when this happened?
Carver: I’ll let the guys who—the scene guys talk—address that issue. I, uh, obviously I was at the scene. Obviously I’m very experienced in that. But there are people who are, uh, the number one professionals in that. I’ll let them—let that [voice trails off].
Reporter [#15]: How many boys and how many girls [were killed]?
Carver: [Slowly shaking his head] I don’t know.”(1)
More unanswered questions and inconsistencies
“In addition to Carver’s remarks several additional chronological and evidentiary contradictions
in the official version of the Sandy Hook shooting are cause for serious consideration and leave
doubt in terms of how the event transpired vis-à-vis the way authorities and major media outlets have presented it.
It is now well known that early on journalists reported that Adam Lanza’s brother Ryan Lanza was reported to be the gunman, and that pistols were used in the shooting rather than a rifle. Yet these are merely the tip of the iceberg.”(1)
When did the gunman arrive?
“According to ‘official’ reports, after Adam Lanza fatally shot and killed his mother at his residence, he drove himself to the elementary school campus, arriving one half hour after classes had commenced. Dressed in black, Lanza proceeds completely unnoticed through an oddly vacant parking lot with a military style rifle and shoots his way through double glass doors and a brand new yet apparently poorly engineered security system.
Further, initial press accounts suggest how no school personnel or students heard gunshots and no 911 calls are made until after Lanza begins firing inside the facility. “It was a lovely day,” Sandy Hook fourth grade teacher Theodore Varga said. And then, suddenly and unfathomably, gunshots rang out. “I can’t even remember how many,” Varga said.
The recollection contrasts sharply with an updated version of Lanza’s arrival where at 9:30AM he walked up to the front entrance and fired at least a half dozen rounds into the glass doors. The thunderous sound of Lanza blowing an opening big enough to walk through the locked school door caused Principal Dawn Hochsprung and school psychologist Mary Scherlach to bolt from a nearby meeting room to investigate. He shot and killed them both as they ran toward him.
Breaching the school’s security system in such a way would have likely triggered some automatic alert of school personnel. Further, why would the school’s administrators run toward an armed man who has just noisily blasted his way into the building?
Two other staff members attending the meeting with Hochsprung and Scherlach sustained injuries “in the hail of bullets” but returned to the aforementioned meeting room and managed a call to 911. This contrasted with earlier reports where the first 911 call claimed students “were trapped in a classroom with the adult shooter who had two guns.” Recordings of the first police dispatch following the 911 call at 9:35:50 indicate that someone “thinks there’s someone shooting in the building.” There is a clear distinction between potentially hearing shots somewhere in the building and being almost mortally caught in a “hail of bullets.”(1)
How did the gunman fire so many shots in such little time?
“According to Dr. Carver and State Police, Lanza shot each victim between 3 and 11 times during a 5 to 7 minute span. If one is to average this out to 7 bullets per individual—excluding misses—Lanza shot 182 times, or once every two seconds. Yet according to the official story Lanza was the sole
assassin and armed with only one weapon. Thus if misses and changing the gun’s 30-shot magazine at least 6 times are added to the equation Lanza must have been averaging about one shot per second—extremely skilled use of a single firearm for a young man with absolutely no military training and who was on the verge of being institutionalized. Still, an accurate rendering of the event is even more difficult to arrive at because the chief medical examiner admittedly has no idea exactly how the children were shot or whether a struggle ensued.”(1)
Where is the photo and video evidence?
“Photographic and video evidence is at once profuse yet lacking in terms of its capacity to demonstrate that a mass shooting took place on the scale described by authorities. For example, in an era of ubiquitous video surveillance of public buildings especially no visual evidence of Lanza’s
violent entry has emerged. And while studio snapshots of the Sandy Hook victims abound there is little if any eyewitness testimony of anyone who’s observed the corpses except for Carver and his staff, and they appear almost as confused about the conditions of the deceased as any layperson watching televised coverage of the event. Nor are there any routine eyewitness, photo or video evidence of the crime scene’s aftermath—broken glass, blasted security locks and doors, bullet casings and holes, bloodied walls and floors—all of which are common in such investigations and reportage.”(1)
Why were medical personnel turned away from the scene?
“Oddly enough medical personnel are forced to set up their operation not at the school where the dead and injured lay, but rather at the fire station several hundred feet away. This flies in the face of standard medical operating procedure where personnel are situated as close to the scene as possible.
There is no doubt that the school had ample room to accommodate such personnel. Yet medical responders who rushed to Sandy Hook Elementary upon receiving word of the tragedy were denied entry to the school and forced to set up primary and secondary triages off school grounds and wait for the injured to be brought to them.
Shortly after the shooting “as other ambulances from neighboring communities rolled up, sirens blaring, the first responders slowly realized that their training would be tragically underutilized on this horrible day. ‘You may not be able to save everybody, but you damn well try,’” 44 year old
emergency medical technician James Wolff told NBC News. “’And when (we) didn’t have the opportunity to put our skills into action, it’s difficult.’
In light of this, who were the qualified medical practitioners that pronounced the 20 children and 7 adults dead? Who decided that none could be revived? Carver and his staff are apparently the only medical personnel to have attended to the victims—yet this was in the postmortem conducted several hours later. Such slipshod handling of the crime scene leaves the State of Connecticut open to a potential array of hefty civil claims by families of the slain.”(1)
Did a mass evacuation of the school take place?
“Sandy Hook Elementary is attended by 600 students. Yet there is no photographic or video evidence of an evacuation on this scale. Instead, limited video and photographic imagery suggest that a limited evacuation of perhaps at most several dozen students occurred.
A highly circulated photo depicts students walking in a single file formation with their hands on each others’ shoulders and eyes shut. Yet this was the image of a drill that took place prior to the event itself:
Most other photos are portraits of individual children.
Despite aerial video footage of the event documenting law enforcement scouring the scene and apprehending one or more suspects in the wooded area nearby the school, there is no such evidence that a mass exodus of children from the school transpired once law enforcement pronounced Sandy
Hook secure. Nor are there videos or photos of several hundred students and their parents at the oft-referenced fire station nearby where students were routed for parent pick up.”(1)
Sound bite prism and the will to believe
“Outside of a handful of citizen journalists and alternative media commentators Sandy Hook’s dramatically shifting factual and circumstantial terrain has escaped serious critique because it is presented through major media’s carefully constructed prism of select sound bites alongside a
widespread and longstanding cultural impulse to accept the pronouncements of experts, be they bemused physicians, high ranking law enforcement officers, or political leaders demonstrating emotionally-grounded concern.
Political scientist W. Lance Bennett calls this the news media’s “authority-disorder bias.” “Whether the world is returned to a safe, normal place,” Bennett writes, “or whether the very idea of a normal world is called into question, the news is preoccupied with order, along with related questions of
whether authorities are capable of establishing or restoring it.”
Despite Carver’s bizarre performance and law enforcement authorities’ inability to settle on and relay simple facts, media management’s impulse to assure audiences and readerships of the Newtown community’s inevitable adjustment to its trauma and loss with the aid of the government’s protective
oversight—however incompetent that may be—far surpasses a willingness to undermine this now almost universal news media narrative with messy questions and suggestions of intrigue. This well-worn script is one the public has been conditioned to accept. If few people relied on such media to develop their world view this would hardly be a concern. Yet this is regrettably not the case.
The Sandy Hook tragedy was on a far larger scale than the past year’s numerous slaughters, including the Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting and the Batman theater shooting in Colorado. It also included glaringly illogical exercises and pronouncements by authorities alongside remarkably unusual evidentiary fissures indistinguishable by an American political imagination cultivated to believe that the corporate, government and military’s sophisticated system of organized crime is largely confined to Hollywood- style storylines while really existing malfeasance and crises are without exception returned to normalcy.
If recent history is a prelude the likelihood of citizens collectively assessing and questioning Sandy Hook is limited even given the event’s overtly superficial trappings. While the incident was ostensibly being handled by Connecticut law enforcement, early reports indicated how federal authorities were on the scene as the 911 call was received.
Regardless of where one stands on the Second Amendment and gun control, it is not unreasonable to suggest the Obama administration’s complicity or direct oversight of an incident that in very short order sparked a national debate on the very topic—and not coincidentally remained a key piece of Obama’s political platform.
The move to railroad this program through with the aid of major media and an irrefutable barrage of children’s portraits, “heartfelt” platitudes and ostensible tears neutralizes a quest for genuine evidence, reasoned observation and in the case of Newtown honest and responsible law enforcement.
Moreover, to suggest that Obama was not capable of deploying such techniques to achieve political ends is to similarly place ones faith in image and interpretation above substance and established fact, the exact inclination that in sum has brought America to such an impasse.”(1)
Six Signs Sandy Hook Elementary School was Closed
The alternative media have blogged and made countless YouTube videos on what Wolfgang Halbig calls “things that don’t make sense” about the Sandy Hook Elementary School (SHES).
Some of those “things that don’t make sense” are emergency medical helicopters not being called to the scene, parents showing no grief, donation websites with creation dates that preceded the massacre, government’s continuing refusal to release the death certificates and burial sites of the alleged victims, and homes with a sale transaction date of 12/25/2009 and a $0 sale price.
The decisive and most important issue — of whether the massacre actually happened is this:
Was Sandy Hook Elementary School (SHES) operational on December 14, 2012, or had it long been abandoned?
If the school already was closed, no children or teachers would be there on December 14 to be gunned down by Adam Lanza.
Here’s the evidence supporting the contention that SHES had long been abandoned:
1. What school’s neighbors said
In an interview with Halbig on Truth Radio Show on March 21, 2014, Infowars reporter Dan Bidondi said (5:45 mark), “The school’s been closed down for God knows how long. [Neighbors] can’t understand why there were kids in that building because it was condemned.”
2. Reports of SHES being contaminated with asbestos. requiring expensive repairs
SHES was built in 1956. Several reports in local newspaper The Newtown Bee indicate that years before the massacre, SHES was in a state of disrepair and contaminated with environmental toxins.
As examples, in 2002, Consulting Engineering Services recommended to the school district that SHES be “worked on in 2010 over a nine-month period” to upgrade and renovate its heating and ventilation system at a cost of $4.5 million.Two years later, in 2004, the Newtown Board of Education was told “there were serious problems with the Sandy Hook elementary school roof.” Four years later, in 2008, there was yet more bad news: SHES was contaminated with asbestos. (Remember that 2008 date.)
On October 5, 2013, nearly 10 months after the massacre, a city referendum passed by over 90% in support of the demolition and rebuilding of SHES with a generous $49.25 million grant from the State of Connecticut. The reason given for the demolition was “asbestos abatement”. On Dec 2, 2013, Newtown’s Public Building and Site Commission Chairman Robert Mitchell issued a report to justify the already-approved demolition.
He said that “had the town decided to reoccupy the school on Dickinson Drive, it would have faced a daunting and possibly insurmountable challenge regarding the presence of hazardous materials” because the school was contaminated by not just asbestos, but also PCBs under the flooring and in the foundations and footings.
Just think: If the city already knew in 2008 that the school was contaminated with asbestos and, in 2013, used the contamination to justify tearing it down, why would the same asbestos-contaminated school be safe for children and teachers to inhabit from 2008 through 2012? If SHES had remained open, wouldn’t the school district be sued for endangering public health? It makes more sense that the school was shut down in 2008 and remained closed, until the massacre provided Newtown with the financial means — a windfall of $50 million from the state — to tear down the school and build
a swanky, state-of-the-art replacement.
3. Photographic evidence of an abandoned school
Crime scene photos of the exterior and interior of SHES — from the website of the State of Connecticut’s Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection, and from a batch of photos that Halbig obtained via Connecticut’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), some of which are posted on Jim Fetzer’s blog — are consistent with the appearance of an abandoned school.
Moss and grime covered the school building; repairs were left undone. Especially noteworthy, as pointed out by Jim Fetzer, is a dangerous, exposed metal rod on an exterior staircase (see #3 in photo
Classrooms and hallways were used for storage, jammed with furniture and office supplies. If
those rooms and hallways were actually in an operational school, then SHES was in clear violation
of the fire safety code.
Then there is this photo of a pile of dust underneath an alleged bullet hole in a wall
outside Room 1C, which looks suspiciously like the debris from someone drilling a pretend
“bullet” hole into the ceramic wall-tile. There are painted red circles around the “bullet” hole and the
little pile of drilled dust underneath.
4. Absence of handicapped parking spaces and signage
But we don’t need crime scene photos for visual indicators of a long abandoned school. The many aerial photographic and video images of Sandy Hook Elementary School’s parking lot taken by news media on the day of the massacre would suffice, such as the one from a CNN news video. Although the CNN image on the next page shows a wheelchair symbol painted on a parking space closest to the school’s front door, it is not painted in the now-familiar blue and white colors that have become ubiquitous certainly by 2012.
As an example, an August 22, 2011 article by Debbie Moore for My Parking Sign stated: Americans with Disabilities Act signed in 1990 … details guidelines for every public area that needs to provide with ample accessibility options for the disabled….
ADA states the following rules that need to be followed while posting accessibility signs in designated areas –
The international symbol of accessibility should be posted on all accessible parking spaces marking the reserved spot. The accessibility symbol is the well-known picture of a person using a wheelchair on top of a blue background.
Van-accessible parking spaces to have additional ‘text’ or ‘sign’ below the accessibility symbol to mark the van-accessible area specifically.
Signs should be placed at such a height (at least 60 inches above surface) that they do not get obscured by any parked vehicles or other obstructions. ADA handicap parking signs (commonly known as Access Signs) posted must be viewable from the drivers’ seat of the vehicle and located right in view of parking spaces.”
But aerial images of SHES’s parking lot, including the CNN image, show no blue-and-white signage for designated handicap parking spaces, which would make the school in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the subsequent ADA Amendments Act of 2008 that broadened
the meaning of disabilities.
Indeed, Connecticut General Statutes, Sec. 14-253a(h), clearly states that “Parking spaces designated for persons who are blind and persons with disabilities on or after October 1, 1979, and prior to October 1, 2004, shall be as near as possible to a building entrance or walkway and shall be fifteen feet wide including three feet of cross hatch, or parallel to a sidewalk on a public highway.”
Referring to that Connecticut state law, a 2009 ordinance of the town of Monroe, CT,about 9 miles from Newtown, specified that “Exterior accessible parking spaces [for the handicapped] shall be located on the shortest route . . . and identified by both a standing sign and painted on the pavement.”
But aerial views of SHES’s parking lot show no handicap standing signs or the distinctive blue-and-white handicap sign colors.”(1)
5. Absence of internet activity 2008-2012
“Arguably, the most compelling evidence that SHES had long been abandoned before the 2012 massacre is the testimony from the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine of the school’s lack of of Internet activity from the beginning of 2008 through all of 2012.
The Wayback Machine is a digital archive of the Internet which uses a special software to crawl and download all publicly accessible World Wide Web pages. It was Jungle Server who first discovered that the Wayback Machine shows an absence of Internet activity from SHES since 2008 — the same year when the school was found to be contaminated with asbestos.”(1)
6.Wolfgang Halbig’s FOI hearing
“Wolfgang Halbig, a former Florida State Trooper, school principal and nationally recognized school safety expert, has been the leading researcher into the Sandy Hook affair.
On April 24, 2015, more than two years after Halbig first asked questions about Sandy Hook by phoning and writing letters to Connecticut officials invoking the FOIA, the state finally granted him the first of two hearings before the State of Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission. The respondents were the Newtown Police Department, First Selectman Patricia Llodra, the Town of Newtown, and Newtown’s Board of Education. They were represented by attorney Monte Frank, a gun-control activist who founded Team 26, a cycling group that lobbies for gun control.
The purpose of the hearing was to determine if Newtown improperly withheld documents requested by Halbig. Halbig claims that he had requested the following documents from the respondents, but was denied — the denial being a violation of FOIA:
SHES maintenance work orders, including:
1. Copies of all maintenance work orders submitted by SHES principal Dawn Hochsprung (one of Lanza’s alleged victims who, strangely, was interviewed by The Bee about the massacre) or her designee to the school district maintenance department for any repairs, new classroom doors or painting from July 1, 2012 through December 13, 2012.
2. Copies signed by Hochsprung or her designee showing the date of completion of the repairs together with time stamps showing job completion.
3. Copies of all emails to and from Hochsprung and her assistant to various school district departments, e.g., food services provider, from May 1, 2012 through December 13, 2012.
The requested documents presumably could prove that the school was operational on the day of the massacre.
In a post on April 25, 2015, an anonymous contributor to SandyHookFacts.com, a blog that claimed to debunk Sandy Hook “conspiracy theorists,” triumphantly crowed that the FOI hearing was a “total failure” for Halbig because attorney Frank said time-stamped SHES maintenance work orders signed by Hochsprung or her designee had been made available to Halbig six months before the hearing.
SandyHookFacts.com is much too hasty and mistaken in its crowing, for in a memo on June 25, 2015, titled “Transmittal of Proposed Final Decision,” the State of Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission (FOIC) states the following:
“It is found that . . . the respondents, through counsel, also informed the complainant that the town had no records responsive to the request described.”
In other words, Newtown cannot produce evidence that in the months preceding the [alleged] massacre from May 1, 2012 through December 13, 2012, repairs were made on Sandy Hook Elementary School or that Hochsprung had exchanged emails with school district departments.
The reason is a simple one: the school was not operational, having been closed down for years, most probably since 2008 when it was discovered to be contaminated with asbestos.”(1)
Top Ten Reasons: Sandy Hook was an Elaborate Hoax
“It is an old maxim of mine that when you have excluded the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.” –Sherlock Holmes (“The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet”)
In the photo above is Gene Rosen during a Fox News live interview of December 18, 2012, now known to have been filmed in front of a green screen, with the “everyone must check in” sign inserted in the background.
The New York Times, our nation’s newspaper of record, published a story on Connecticut’s “final report” on the Newtown shooting (December 27, 2013). In this article we are told that although the report contained “hundreds of photographs, hours of video, and voluminous crime scene reports… care was taken to conceal the most graphic crime scene images.” Not only that—the final report does not even include the names, ages, or sex of the alleged shooting victims (Figure Below). There was no actual identification of any of the dead. Even the News–Times of Danbury, CT, found it unsatisfying.
Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting Reports
The New York Times was not worried, however, proceeding once again to retail the official story, seemingly satisfied that in place of the redacted pages are “detailed descriptions,” “eyewitness accounts,” and “snapshots” of emergency workers dashing around and supposedly interacting with the school’s teachers.
According to The Times, the report “did not appear to alter the broader understanding of the shooting”—the official version, that is, which the paper has promoted relentlessly despite massive evidence to the contrary. In this gross dereliction of duty, The Times has displayed not only its journalistic incompetence but, more grievously, its complicity in the perpetration of the Sandy Hook hoax.
This pattern of deceit extended to the Newtown Clerk’s secret arrangements with the state legislature to avoid releasing death certificates to the public, attempts to withhold the 911 calls, and gag orders that were imposed on those responsible for tearing down the school building itself.
In a letter accompanying the report, Reuben F. Bradford, the Commissioner of Connecticut’s Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection, stated that “the names and contextually identifying information of involved children” were removed, including descriptions and images of the children, their clothing, and their belongings. “All visual images depicting the deceased have been withheld,” he added, “as well as written descriptions whose disclosure would be highly offensive to a reasonable person and would violate the constitutional rights of the families.”
According to Bradford, the investigation was “unparalleled in the one hundred and ten year history of the Connecticut State Police. Tens of thousands of hours were spent by investigators from all over the country tracking down leads, processing evidence, and doing everything within their collective ability to provide answers for the questions that remained in the wake of the terror that morning.”
With the issuing of the “final report,” the investigation “has been closed for administrative purposes.” However, this so-called investigation did nothing to reveal the truth of the matter but rather was part of the conspiracy to conceal the reality of the event from the public.
The basic principle that applies here is inference to the best explanation. Consider the totality of the evidence in this case. Is the evidence more probable on the hypothesis that Sandy Hook was a real event or that it was instead an exercise (a “drill”), which was presented as though it was a real
shooting? The hypothesis that confers the highest degree of probability based on the evidence is preferable. Despite the exhaustive investigation allegedly carried out by the Connecticut State Police, the official scenario is not feasible in terms of the evidence.
Here are the “top ten” reasons that support the conclusion that the Sandy Hook shooting was staged and not real, where no children or adults appear to have died:
1. Proof of death has been suppressed
Twenty-eight people allegedly died: 27 children and adults, including Adam Lanza, at the school, and his mother, Nancy Lanza, in her home at 36 Yogananda Street, Newtown. However, there is no direct proof of anyone’s death: no photographic evidence or video footage was released to confirm the official story that these 28 persons actually died. In fact, no video surveillance footage shows anything—not even Adam shooting out the front plate-glass window or walking through the halls like Rambo, even though the school had supposedly updated its security system at the start of the 2012–2013 academic year.
Sandy Hook Elementary, alleged bullet hole
(2013 final report, Walkley scene photos).
The best the authorities could come up with was a heavily redacted “final report” (December 2013) that includes numerous photos of the inside of the school, with a few dings identified as bullet holes, several bullets and casings on the floor, and hundreds of black (redacted) images with white numbers, which we are supposed to associate with dead people
Sandy Hook Elementary, redacted image
(2013 final report, Meehan autopsy photos)
Compounding the situation, the parents were not allowed to view their children’s bodies to identify them. Instead, they were reportedly shown photographs of the deceased. This was done, according to the Medical Examiner, Wayne Carver, in order to “control” the situation. But what was there about the situation that required “control”? No normal parent would have agreed to accept the death of a child without viewing the body.
James Tracy has published a discussion of the medical examiner’s performance.
According to Carver:
Uh, we did not bring the bodies and the families into contact. We took
pictures of them, uhm, of their facial features. We have, uh, uh—it’s easier
on the families when you do that. Uh, there is, uh, a time and place for
the up close and personal in the grieving process, but to accomplish this
we felt it would be best to do it this way and, uh, you can sort of, uh …
You can control a situation depending on the photographer, and I have
very good photographers. Uh, but uh—
Remarkably, the state has done its best to avoid releasing the death certificates and even recordings of the 911 calls. Death certificates were eventually “released” but not to the public or those who might want to investigate the case further; only a short, general summary was available.
On June 5, 2013, Connecticut passed legislation (Public Act 13–311) blocking disclosure of photos or video images of (all) homicide victims, along with other records. According to Gov. Dannel Malloy, who signed the bill hours after it was passed, “all families have a right to grieve in private.”
The final version did not cover the 911 recordings, which were ordered released in late 2013, after Judge Eliot Prescott ascertained that “no children are identified by name, no callers indicate that they can see a child being shot, and the only injury described is that of an educator’s being shot in the foot.”
Moreover, the victims’ funerals were all “closed casket,” although the funeral of Noah Pozner supposedly included a private viewing before the public ceremony. As recounted in interviews with the families, the circumstances of their last encounters with their children (or with their caskets) are strange to say the least. The phony “love fest” at the white coffin of Grace McDonnell was detailed on CNN for Anderson Cooper.”(1)
2. Emergency protocols were not followed
“There is no evidence of any frantic effort to save lives or remove bodies to hospitals. Instead the scene outside the school looked calm and largely bloodless—with police and other personnel milling around casually and a severe shortage of dead or injured victims. One Sandy Hook researcher decided to call Lt. Paul Vance to ask who cleaned up the blood, which would have been considered a bio-hazard, and got the reply, “What blood?”
Sandy Hook Fire Chief Bill Halstead was ready to help the victims but could recall only two wounded people.
Sandy Hook Fire Chief Bill Halstead, in an interview on December 18,
2012, says he got word that “no one else would be coming out of the building.”
A few survivors were reportedly taken to the hospital, but, oddly, these people were never interviewed. There were no first-hand accounts that proved anyone was killed or injured. Nonetheless, by the afternoon of December 14, Lt. Vance had confirmed that 18 children were pronounced dead at the scene, two children were removed to an area hospital and died at the hospital, and seven adults were pronounced dead at the scene, including the shooter.
No emergency vehicles were present at the school or even lined up in the fire lane for a rescue attempt—the parking lot was filled with parked cars, police cars and possibly media vehicles. Such rescue activity as occurred was centered, not on the school premises, but at the nearby Firehouse. Emergency vehicles at the Firehouse were jammed together impeding access to the school, in case anyone might have thought about attempting a rescue.”(1)
“The scene at the Firehouse was quite peculiar, with people milling around and circling through the building, walking out one door and into another, to give the impression of lots of people and lots of action:
Crowds circling around and through the Sandy Hook Firehouse
Here’s a video of the action:
But it was all in accordance with FEMA manuals for drills.
3. Drill protocols were followed instead
“We are now living in a security state, and the school system is among its beneficiaries. While we used to have occasional “fire drills,” we now have “lockdown drills” implemented by school districts, with some states requiring a set number of drills by law. Private security firms, which operate for profit, now conduct “crisis preparedness assessments” at the taxpayer’s expense. Larger scenarios are also developed as active-shooter drills, in which local law enforcement can take part in storming a school in pursuit of an active-actor-shooter.
One such plan available on the web is “Operation Closed Campus,” developed in Iowa following guidance set forth by the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) of the US
Department of Homeland Security. According to protocol, everyone at the drill must check in, identification badges are issued to personnel and observers, and drinking water and restrooms are
available. Personnel include the director, staff, controllers, evaluators, actors, media personnel and “players” (agency employees) both in uniforms and civilian clothes.
This protocol appears to have been followed at Sandy Hook, where many participants wore ID/identification badges on lanyards, a huge check-in sign is visible in one Gene Rosen interview (Above), water is available in quantity at the Firehouse, and even Port-a-Potties are at the ready. The check-in sign was inserted via green screen,
however, shown in an interview held days after the event, so its presence is controversial.
Sandy Hook Firehouse on December14, 2012, with drinking water for the participants, according to drill protocol.
An emergency preparedness drill took place on December 14, 2012 (9:00 am – 4:00 pm ET), in Bridgeport, CT, which is a 20 minute drive from Sandy Hook. The course, “Planning for the Needs of Children in Disasters,” was run by the Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection/Emergency Management and Homeland Security. And a FEMA Mass Casualty Drill, “Emergency Response for Mass Casualties Involving Children,” was scheduled to take place on December 13 or 14, 2012 (location unspecified). The exercise was to target the following capabilities: Mass Prophylaxis, Mass Death of Children at a School by Firearms, Suicide or Apprehension of Unknown Shooter, Use of Media for Evaluation, and Use of Media for Information Distribution. This may have been the script for the Sandy Hook “shooting.”
The Sandy Hook “massacre” appears to have been an Integrated Capstone Event (ICE), an exercise run by FEMA to coordinate federal, state and local emergency response teams in the case of a mass-casualty event.
As such, it would have utilized actors and media partners to simulate a tragedy in order to train participants, and also to observe the reaction of the citizenry.”(1)
4. There was foreknowledge of the event
“The Connecticut state emergency system was taken over long before the “massacre” occurred, with a frequency change implemented five hours in advance of the “shooting.” Normal police and EMS dispatch protocol, using the Alpha Phonetic System for communications between officers and dispatchers, was replaced with staged transmissions by non-trained personnel.
In addition, tweets about the shooting began before it occurred, 34 a tribute was apparently uploaded one month before the event, and web pages honoring the victims, including a Facebook page R.I.P. Victoria Soto, were established before they had “officially” died.
And photos of the “evacuation” and “shooting” scene by Newtown Bee photographer Shannon Hicks were taken before December 14, 2012.”(1)
5. There were contradictory reports about the weapons
“According to initial reports, weapons used in the shooting included four handguns recovered at the scene, the only guns taken into the school (NBC). Then an AR–15 was said to have been found in the trunk of Lanza’s car (NBC). Then it was reported that Lanza may have carried only two handguns and that a rifle was also found in the school (NBC).
Wayne Carver, the Medical Examiner, said that all the victims were shot with the “long weapon.”
37 Lt. Paul Vance then said that a Bushmaster AR–15 assault weapon with high capacity magazines was used “most of the time” and that Lanza was carrying “many high-capacity clips” for the
weapon (Huffington Post).
In January 2013, Connecticut state police released a statement indicating that they had found three guns inside the school: a Bushmaster .223 caliber XM 15–E2S semi-automatic rifle with high capacity 30 round clips, a Glock 10mm handgun, and a Sig Sauer P226 9mm handgun.
The police said they also found an Izhmash Saiga–12 12-gauge shotgun in Lanza’s car (NBC). This is presumably the gun shown in a video aired on the night of December 14, 2012, by NBC. An evidence collection team and a policeman are shown finding the shotgun in the trunk of Lanza’s
Honda Civic— the policeman handles the gun without gloves and ejects the ammunition on the spot, destroying evidence in the process. 38 Some have seen two long guns in the trunk in the NBC video: the 12-gauge shotgun and the Bushmaster rifle.
Lt. Vance then asserted that Lanza had killed all his victims with the .223-caliber semi-automatic rifle (ctpost.com). Regarding the confusion, Vance told reporters, “It’s all these conspiracy theorists that are trying to mucky up the waters.”
Perhaps “The Top Prize for Fantastical Reporting” goes to Fox News, however, which announced that a 12-gauge shotgun along with two magazines containing 70 rounds of Winchester 12-gauge shotgun rounds had been found in the glove compartment of Adam Lanza’s Honda Civic—that’s right, in the glove compartment.”(1)
6. Adam Lanza cannot have done the shooting
“Adam Lanza, reportedly a frail young man weighing 112 pounds with Asperger’s Syndrome, is said to have carried massive weaponry on his person when he shot his way into the Sandy Hook school and proceeded to kill 26 people and then himself. This after he supposedly killed his mother before driving to the school. It should of course be noted that Adam Lanza was initially listed in the Social Security Death Index as having died on December 13, 2012, one day before the alleged shooting.
A young Adam Lanza, who supposedly “fell
off the face of the earth” around 2009, with no record of
his activities since that time (CNN).
According to State’s Attorney Stephen Sedensky, Lanza killed his 26 victims with the Bushmaster .223-caliber rifle and then killed himself with his Glock 10mm handgun. Lanza was also allegedly carrying three 30-round magazines for the Bushmaster as well as a Sig Sauer 9mm handgun. The victims were supposedly shot multiple times each in a fusillade of bullets from these military-style weapons. In order to wreak this havoc, he fired more than 150 rounds, and he carried more rounds in addition. Lanza was reportedly found dead wearing a bulletproof vest and military-style clothing (AP).
Bushmaster allegedly found inside the school (2013 final report, Walkley scene photos).
Glock and clip allegedly found inside the school (2013 final report, Walkley scene photos).
Sig Sauer and clip allegedly found inside the school (2013 final report, Walkley scene photos).
As Mike Powers, a professional military investigator and ballistics expert, has observed, this young man of slight build could not have carried all these heavy, bulky weapons and ammunition on his person.
Furthermore, since first responders were supposedly inside the school within seven minutes, there was not enough time for Lanza to have carried out the shooting as reported. In an interview with Joyce Riley, Powers states that Lanza could not have fired so many times continuously without destabilizing himself from the intense noise from the Bushmaster. As a novice, he could not have shot an AR–15 with such speed and accuracy, supposedly changing magazines 4–5 times without
According to Lt. Vance on the night of the shooting, one victim survived. So in less than seven minutes—or less than five minutes according to the media—Lanza killed 26 people and then himself, producing only one injured victim. This is a 96% kill ratio, which is unheard-of accuracy among the most experienced marksmen. Mike Powers thinks the whole scenario is a physical
impossibility. He is not even convinced that Adam Lanza was a real person.
Oddly, considering the horrifying details of the alleged massacre, as well as Adam’s own suicide by shooting himself in the head with the Glock handgun, the 2013 final report photos show no obvious traces of blood or gore on Adam’s clothes, hat, gloves, or shoes.
Some of Adam Lanza’s alleged clothing removed from his body for
photography (2013 final report, Walkley scene photos).
The final travesty involves the weapons and other paraphernalia that were allegedly found in the Lanza house.
The “arsenal” supposedly included guns, Samurai swords, knives, a bayonet and more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition, according to search warrants released. Other items of interest were ear and eye protection, binoculars, holsters, manuals, paper targets, a military-style uniform, and Lanza’s NRA certificate (Fox). Lanza had reportedly compiled a spreadsheet 7 feet long and 4 feet wide in 9-point type detailing 500 victims of other mass murders (CBS). We are supposed to believe this, and, at the same time, that Adam Lanza was a shy, quiet kid who didn’t like noise and chaos, as promoted by the PBS Frontline Special, “Raising Adam Lanza.”(1)
7. Key participants displayed inappropriate behavior
“There are many bizarre media reports and interviews of those associated with the “shooting.” Many of the participants seem to be actors (or intelligence operatives).
Wayne Carver—Medical Examiner Wayne Carver’s surreal press conference is one of the most startling of all the media offerings. Widely available on youtube, this event shows H. Wayne Carver II, a public official of some standing, clowning and acting outlandish—grinning strangely, making irrelevant comments, and basically appearing unknowledgeable and unprofessional (evidenced above).
Robbie Parker—Perhaps the most infamous press conference is that of Robbie Parker, the alleged father of victim Emilie Parker, speaking on a CNN report of December 15, 2012. He chuckles as he walks up to the camera (Figure 24), then gets into character by hyperventilating, and finally feigns distress as he talks about his daughter—reading from a cue card—and about the fund set up to help raise money “for Emilie.”(1)
Robbie Parker, walking up to the camera for his interview.
“The families—In addition to Robbie and Alissa Parker, other parents and family members take their turn in the spotlight, including (but not limited to) Mark and Jackie Barden, Jimmy Greene and Nelba Marquez–Greene, Ian and Nicole Hockley, Neil Heslin (alleged father of Jesse Lewis), Chris and Lynn McDonnell, Veronique Pozner, Carlee Soto, and David and Francine Wheeler. Anderson Cooper is the interviewer in two notable instances: his conversation with the McDonnells mentioned above, and an interview with Veronique Pozner.”(1)
The school nurse
“Numerous reports offer detailed and totally fictitious information, some of which was later abandoned in favor of more tenable versions. On the evening of December 14, a USA Today reporter said she had spoken with the school nurse (not identified by name), whom she had met on the street. The nurse told her that the gunman had come into her office, “they met eyes, she jumped under her desk,” and he walked out. The nurse said that the gunman was the son of the kindergarten teacher, who was known to her and “an absolutely loving person.” It later developed that Nancy Lanza had not been a kindergarten teacher at all, and that neither Nancy nor Adam had any proven connection to Sandy Hook school whatsoever.”(1)
USA Today reporting a fabricated story about the school nurse, the
gunman, and his mother the kindergarten teacher at Sandy Hook Elementary.
“In an embarrassing fiction, The Newtown Bee reported on December 14, 2012, that Dawn Hochsprung, the Sandy Hook school principal, told the paper that a masked man had entered the school with a rifle and started shooting multiple shots—more than she could count—that went “on and on.” Of course, Dawn Hochsprung was allegedly killed by Adam Lanza and so could not easily have provided this statement. In fact, Dawn was said to have acted heroically, dying while lunging at the gunman—although one wonders who witnessed and reported this act of heroism.
On December 17, 2012, The Bee retracted the report and apologized: An early online report from the scene at the December 14 shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School quoted a woman who identified herself to our reporter as the principal of the school. The woman was not the school’s principal, Dawn Hochsprung, who was killed in the Friday morning attack. The quote was removed from subsequent online versions of the story, but the original story did remain in our online archive for three days before being deleted. We apologize for whatever confusion this may have caused our readers and for any pain or anguish it may have cause [sic] the Hochsprung family.”(1)
“Gene Rosen is one of the most prolific of the Sandy Hook media stars, giving animated and conflicting statements to a series of reporters (in English and Spanish). Considered a “good Samaritan” by the mainstream media, Gene supposedly harbored six children who ran away from the school, rode to his house on a school bus, sat down on his lawn and proceeded to cry and tell him that their teacher, Miss Soto, was dead. Strangely, Rosen took the children inside and gave them some toys to play with, instead of calling 911 like any normal person.
The Gene Rosen videos are important for the official narrative, in that they corroborate many of its details: the staccato gunfire (and thus a semi-automatic weapon) and hearsay evidence from the children (Lanza had a big gun and a little gun, Vicki Soto was killed, etc.). These incriminating
videos are some of the best evidence that the Sandy Hook shooting was a hoax.”(1)
Gene Rosen signaling to a “reporter” that he wants to start over, after bungling his lines in a
8. Photos at scene and of victims look staged or fake
“Many of the photos released to the public look staged or fake; here are some notable examples:
As mentioned above, Shannon Hicks photo of children being evacuated from the school— The only photo we have seen of any children being evacuated from the school was apparently taken earlier in the fall during a drill—no coats, smiling faces, leaves remaining on a few trees. Shannon Hicks of The Newtown Bee took the “iconic” photo (Figure 28) and claimed to have taken many others of the event—although no other children being evacuated were seen in those released to the media. Hicks reportedly took the famous photo “as an associate editor” and then, when another editor arrived, “changed into her firefighting gear and tried to help.” This heroic account was promoted by NPR on December 16.
An analysis of the Hicks “iconic” photo has shown that it was not taken around 10:00 am on the morning of December 14, 2012—the shadows are wrong for that time of day, no one’s breath has condensed into visible vapor (although the recorded temperature was 28 degrees F and frost appears on the ground in other photos), the markings on the parking lot are wrong, the positions of the vehicles and traffic cone do not match, etc. A recent sun-shadow analysis shows that the photo was taken at around 11:10 am, not at 10:09 am as alleged by Hicks, and clearly not on the cold morning of December 14.
Indeed, another photo appeared (Below), showing what appears to be a preliminary staging for the famous “iconic” photo released worldwide. Here also is the line of students but in a somewhat different order. In addition, several onlookers stand in the foreground; the woman at center may have been snapping photographs, although there is certainly someone else taking pictures here—the photographer who captured this second image.
Shannon Hicks was named Photographer of the Year by the New England Newspaper and Press Association (NENPA) in February 2014, as well as receiving a first place award for Spot News Photo “for her iconic image of young students being led from Sandy Hook School by law enforcement
responders.” However, it has now emerged that Shannon Hicks uploaded a slideshow of 20 photographs to YouTube the day before the alleged shooting— including the staging shot (Above) among others. This slideshow was available by the evening of December 13, 2012, but released on December 14 as photos taken on that date, as documented by QKultra.
Photo of shattered plate glass window at entrance to Sandy Hook Elementary
Several photos from Connecticut’s December 2013 final report show the plate glass window that Adam Lanza allegedly shot out with his Bushmaster, and through which he entered the premises. But how did he get past the furniture, with all his weaponry, without moving anything out of position? Not only did Lanza squeeze through this hole and edge carefully through the narrow space between the couch and table, but so did ten policemen, all with their guns and gear, according to sworn affidavits. Yet nothing was pushed aside, and the magazine rack looks like it was moved
carefully away from the window.
Window with shattered glass, supposedly blown out by “the shooter,”
next to the front lobby doors (2013 final report, Walkley scene photos).
Many of the photos from the December 2013 final report look staged, such as those showing small numbers of bullets scattered over the school floor, or the unlikely shots of Adam Lanza’s clothing.
Just as insidious are photographs of the children who allegedly died at Sandy Hook, many of which were demonstrably altered via Photoshop. Most of the individual images of the children released to the media are peculiar—numerous images have a curiously similar background of green foliage, and
several look outdated and may be old photos.”(1)
The Firehouse had Sandy Hook School Signs
There was a deliberate attempt to give viewers of the event, the impression that the Firehouse near the Sandy Hook Elementary School was actually the Sandy Hook School. Signage was placed near the Firehouse to mislead the viewers:
The Firehouse is in the background.
This would make sense, since there was nothing happening at the actual school.
Parker family photos
“Some of the most problematic involve the Parker family, several of which show evidence of tampering. In two notorious photos, Emilie’s red-and-black dress appears in both: once worn by Emilie in a Photoshopped family photo (below) and then supposedly worn by her younger sister Madeline for the photo-op with Barack Obama (below).
Photoshopped image of the Parker family, showing the two youngest
girls missing their legs and Emilie, at right, apparently added to the image.
President Obama with children from the Parker family (and others), in which Emilie’s sister
Madeline is supposedly wearing her red-and-black dress.
Victoria Soto photos
Photos of Victoria Soto have emerged as Photoshopped creations. Images of Soto were inserted into photographs in which she did not originally appear, and several shots of her face were created from a single photo. The well-known photograph of Soto’s class of first grade students is an elaborate composite, released in a small format, low quality image. Soto is wearing the exact same outfit seen in another photo with green foliage background, although there she faces the other direction; that image was merely flipped and inserted into the class picture.
In doing so the creators had to reconstruct her right hand and did so poorly, cutting off her thumb with a vertical line. Ann Marie Murphy was also inserted, and her hand too is problematic.
The hands of the children are blurry, their eyes are fuzzy, and square and rectangular defects appear on their faces—all unnoticeable in a small image but readily seen when enlarged.
Soto’s class photo with defects visible in enlarged images (Megatronics Media).
Allison Wyatt/Lily Gaubert
In a likely sloppy slip-up, a photo of a real child, Lily Gaubert, who is apparently alive and well, was promoted in the media as an image of Allison Wyatt, an alleged victim. Lily’s mother supposedly discovered the error and made it public via Flickr.”(1)
Lily Gaubert (left) and Allison Wyatt (right).
The ridiculously fraudulent photographs of Adam Lanza clearly do not depict a real person:
9. The crime scene was completely destroyed
“As with Ground Zero after 9/11, Sandy Hook Elementary and all the evidence have been completely obliterated; $50 million in CT state funds were allocated for the demolition and rebuilding of Sandy Hook school. This would never have been tolerated if an actual crime had been committed—at least one that was meant to be investigated. The demolition of the school has been completed and a new school has been constructed (photos above).
As mentioned above, employees who worked on the project were required to sign non-disclosure agreements. They were not only prohibited from removing anything from the site, but they were forbidden from discussing publicly anything they may have observed or not observed during the demolition, such as an absence of bullet marks on the walls or blood on the floor of the classrooms.”(1)
10. Deceased children sang at the Super Bowl
“Research has resulted in a “Sandy Hoax Surprise,” a convincing youtube video by QKultra identifying eight alleged Sandy Hook victims and six brothers of victims singing in the Newtown children’s choir at the 2013 Super Bowl, February 3, 2013.
“Sandy Hook Elementary School Chorus” sings “America the
Beautiful” at Super Bowl XLVII, along with Jennifer Hudson and Sabrina Post of
Identified here are Charlotte Bacon, Olivia Engel, Josephine Gay, Grace McDonnell, Emilie Parker, Caroline Previdi, Avielle Richman, and Benjamin Wheeler, along with victims’ brothers Guy Bacon, Jake Hockley, Freddy Hubbard, Jack McDonnell, Walker Previdi, and Nate Wheeler.
Screen capture from “Sandy Hoax Surprise.”
One more victim has been identified since the original video, Noah Pozner, making a total of 15 out of the 26 children in the choir who were from the Sandy Hook “families.” The newly recognized victims are all older than they appear in the photos released at the time of the “shooting,” giving credence to the theory that the victims’ photos we were shown were outdated images.
The children in the Newtown choir, whoever they are, seem quite happy to be singing at the Super Bowl, smiling and running across the field after the event—giving no sign of the trauma they had suffered less than two months prior.”(1)
“The evidence thus demonstrates that:
(1) proof of death was suppressed
(2) emergency protocols were not followed
(3) drill protocols were followed instead
(4) there was foreknowledge of the event
(5) there was confusion over the weapons supposedly used
(6) Adam Lanza cannot possibly have carried out the shooting as claimed
(7) strange and inappropriate behavior was displayed by officials, witnesses, and relatives
(8) many odd photos of the participants and premises were released
(9) the crime scene was destroyed under conditions of secrecy
(10) as many as nine of the children who were supposedly murdered appeared on television singing at the Super Bowl seven weeks later.
With the possible exception of (5) and (9), all these features yield a low probability that Sandy Hook was a massacre but a high probability that it was a staged psy-op tied to a drill. Some of them are decisive by themselves, such as (1), (2), (3), (4), and (6)—not to mention (10). And nothing else about this event supports the conclusion that it was real as reported. Although this may be hard to believe for some—“no one could have faked a massacre like this,” “we watched the funerals on TV,” or “there were too many people involved and someone would have spilled the beans”—the evidence is conclusive. To return to the maxim of Sherlock Holmes, “when you have excluded the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.”
So who did it and why? The “shooter” Adam Lanza had no apparent motive, as even the 2013 final report acknowledged: Why did the shooter murder twenty-seven people, including twenty children? Unfortunately, that question may never be answered conclusively… there is no clear indication why he did so, or why he targeted Sandy Hook Elementary School.
But all good detectives will look for a motive when investigating a crime. When considering cui bono (who benefits), a large amount of money is at stake–and much of it has already been distributed.”(1)
Follow the money
“First of all, the construction industry got a boost, with the $50 million in Connecticut state funds allocated for the destruction of Sandy Hook School and rebuilding of a new school on the premises. And this from a state with a projected budget deficit of $1.1 billion for the 2015–2016 fiscal year.
The Sandy Hook School Support Fund raised approximately $12 million and distributed it to the Newtown– Sandy Hook Community Foundation, overseen by Ken Feinberg, “a victim compensation master with a national reputation,” according to United Way of Western Connecticut. And the Support Fund/United Way posted its condolences on December 11, 2013, which was three days before the actual event. The Sandy Hook School Support Fund paid $281,000 to each of the victims’ families, as well as $20,000 each to the families of 12 children who reportedly witnessed the shootings but survived, and $150,000 to two teachers who were injured.
The families have also raised additional funds through private organizations with their own websites—some of which were apparently advertised on the web in advance of the shooting. These include efforts such as 26 Miles for Caroline (Previdi), the Musical Benefit for Catherine Hubbard
Foundation, Ben’s Lighthouse (Benjamin Wheeler), and Noah’s Ark of Hope (Noah Pozner). All of the victims, both children and adults, have had memorial funds established in their names to collect money.
“Sandy Hook Promise,” which actively solicits money “to protect children and prevent gun violence by providing awareness, education, and programs in the areas of mental health, mental wellness, and gun safety,” currently boasts over 434,000 people who have made the “Sandy Hook Promise” to turn the “tragedy into a moment of transformation.” Nicole Hockley and Mark Barden are staff members. As part of their fund-raising efforts, the group sells car decals, wrist bands, T-shirts, and OPI limited-edition Sandy Hook Green nail polish. The latest estimate of funds available to Sandy Hook Promise is $3 million.
OPI’s Limited-edition Sandy Hook GreenNail Polish for a donation of
$26 to Sandy Hook Promise.
The federal government has also forked over a lot of taxpayer money, including a $150,000 federal grant to Newtown to pay for two “school resource officers” (aka police), $1.5 million from the US Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime, and $2.5 million in federal funds from the DOJ to compensate the Connecticut State Police, the town of Newtown, the town of Monroe, and other partner agencies. In June 2014, the DOJ gave Newtown another $7.1 million for mental health counseling for families, law enforcement, and first responders. In December 2014, another $775,914
was donated by the DOJ Office for Victims of Crimes for Sandy Hook victims, their families, first responders, and members of the Newtown Community.
In addition, the US Department of Education has awarded a total of $3.2 million to the Newtown Public School District under Project SERV (School Emergency Response to Violence) to help with ongoing recovery efforts following the shooting. 85 This total of $15.2 million in hush money is sure
to keep the lid on things for now.
The latest edition of the video “We Need To Talk about Sandy Hook,” lists a total of $131,009,229 in grants and donations, including the $50 million for the new school, 86 but this is only a partial accounting. Indeed, the total amount of money raised to date cannot easily be calculated. A 2014 Connecticut report on charitable donations lists organizations such as The Animal Center, Inc., Newtown Forest Association, Inc., Sandy Hook Arts Center for Kids, and Angels of Sandy Hook Bracelets, all raising funds for Sandy Hook Elementary.”(1)
“The issue of gun control gained ground after the Sandy Hook “shooting,” with widespread coverage in the mainstream press, expertly juxtaposed with maudlin stories about the fallen children to tug at the nation’s heartstrings. The families have been out in force, appearing on television and in print,
lobbying for gun control in the states and the US capitol. By now, their stories are known to everyone in America.
In late February 2013, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a relentless gun-control advocate, used his clout to meet separately with Vice President Biden and several senators. At the same time, Neil Heslin, father of alleged victim Jesse, testified tearfully at a Senate hearing on the banning of assault
weapons. Publicity surged in late March, when authorities allegedly found a huge cache of guns, ammunition, and exotic weaponry in the Lanza home, publishing a detailed list and photos (see above, reason #6).
On April 2, 2013, the United Nations “Arms Trade Treaty” regulating the international trade in conventional arms was passed by the General Assembly. 90 On April 8, 2013, 12 parents of the Sandy Hook “victims” flew with President Obama to Washington, D.C., aboard Air Force One to lobby congress on gun-control legislation put forward by the White House—which ultimately failed. The continuing media blitz has created an impression that the Sandy Hook hoax was all about gun control. Meanwhile, however, the gun industry has benefited immensely.
The New York Times reported in 2013 that around 1,500 state gun bills had been introduced in the year following the shooting, with 109 becoming law. However, nearly two-thirds of these laws ease legal restrictions and support the rights of gun owners. This may have been an unintended consequence of an intentional plan.
Nonetheless, it is not clear that the Sandy Hook event was carried out solely with the aim of passing gun-control legislation. More plausibly it was a Gladio-type operation—implementing a strategy of tension with real and simulated events in order to control and oppress the population.
It does appear that the government is out to disarm the American public, if not by legal means then ultimately by seizure. The efforts of “the families” at promoting gun-control legislation may merely be a pretext, a prelude to accustom us to the idea; the increasing number of false-flag shootings may eventually be used as grounds to round up weapons. This would involve a beefed-up security apparatus, which is already in progress.”(1)
The security state
“The already immense and rapidly growing “security industry” has also benefited from the Sandy Hook “massacre,” as we, the citizens of the United States, lose more of our Constitutional rights (see above, reason #3). Efforts to increase security in schools—and even arm teachers—are underway. 94
This suggests an orchestrated charade in which more gun violence is partnered with more guns in society, but held only by the approved authorities.
The Sandy Hook families have pushed continually for increased security measures along with gun control legislation, starting right after the “shooting.”
Some are now directly involved with security companies, such as the Gay, Parker, Mattioli, and Rekos families, which are affiliated with “Safe and Sound,” a non- profit started by Michele Gay
and Alissa Parker, mothers of alleged victims Josephine Gay and Emilie Parker (who, by the way, were both identified in the children’s choir that sang at the 2013 Super Bowl). Safe and Sound is partnered with NaviGate Prepared, a for-profit “school safety emergency response system,” as well as with several other “sponsors.”(1)
Mental health screening and treatment
“In a 2015 TEDxTalk, Nicole Hockley relates gun violence to mental health issues, another pervasive concern of the Sandy Hook parents. After reciting the statistics on shooting deaths, she urges us to learn how to “identify children who may be troubled and get them help…to insure that those that are crying out for help on social media are properly investigated before they hurt themselves or someone else…” We can find out about all the actions that we can take, “focused on identification and intervention,” at the Sandy Hook Promise website.
This is part of a more subtle but insidious effort to promote mental health screening and the consequent treatment (medication) of the “mentally unstable” in our society, based upon an event that did not take place. We are asked to consider Adam Lanza’s “mental illness,” which was supposedly “completely untreated,” based on unverified information in a November 2014 report of the State of Connecticut’s Office of the Child Advocate.
We are told that Adam had Autism Spectrum Disorder, Anxiety, and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, as well as possible undiagnosed Anorexia, and was deprived of recommended services and drugs. It is here that we learn Adam was 6 feet tall and weighed 112 pounds. The report resulted in
numerous recommendations, based on the fictional medical and psychological evaluation of Adam Lanza, including universal mental-health screening for children ages birth to 21, and the evaluation of children by the school system.
The report exposes one purpose of the Sandy Hook event: a “dramatically intensified bureaucratic and quasi-scientific control over the everyday lives of children alongside the continued erosion of the family itself.”(1)
Trauma-based mind control & “The Revelation of the Method”
“Beyond all these agendas, the Sandy Hook “massacre” was an exercise in trauma-based mind control, employed with increasing frequency in the US (and throughout the world) since the mega-trauma of 9/11. As with 9/11, the official Sandy Hook narrative is nothing like what really happened, as proven again and again by an army of independent researchers. The official version is recounted in detail at Wikipedia—the go-to source for the propaganda that the intelligence state wishes to convey.
This false and illogical account is transmitted through all forms of media—TV, radio, newspapers, websites, and magazines, many of which have been taken over in toto by the intelligence services since 9/11. The evolving account has become so confusing, with its inconsistencies and contradictions, that most people find it easier to accept the official story and go about their business—resulting in a nation of people who can no longer think for themselves, even when confronted with the obvious. On the most basic level, mass terror and tragedy are used to frighten the public into acquiescence, causing people to band together as a community and turn to their leaders for guidance.
Thus the seemingly endless series of violent assaults in the form of terrorist attacks, lone-wolf shootings, and white-on-black police killings, all to keep us focused on these horrifying acts and not on the looting of the US treasury or illegal foreign wars. Perhaps the most significant achievement of the Sandy Hook event was the creation of a terrifying crisis that did not actually occur—but was vividly portrayed in the media—allowing the perpetrators both to achieve their objectives and to
gauge the public’s response.
Would-be investigators have also been taken in—chasing red herrings, delving deeply into individual facets of the mystery, and grasping at anomalies in an effort to solve the crime. We too are manipulated, as the perpetrators allow details to emerge—The Revelation of the Method— and watch our reaction. Thus Governor Malloy’s statement that “the Lieutenant Governor and I have been spoken to in an attempt that we might be prepared for something like this playing itself out in our state,” or Wayne Carver’s “I hope the people of Newtown don’t have it crash on their head later.” Likewise the “Please Check In” sign, Gene Rosen’s practice interview, and memorial websites posted before the date of the tragedy.
Part of this ploy is the ridicule of the populace, a “macabre nose-thumbing at our complete indifference to our mental enslavement,” such as the smiling relatives and weird interviews, Noah Pozner shown among photos of the victims of a Taliban attack in Pakistan, the myriad police photos providing no evidence, and—the ultimate joke on every sentient person—the students alive and well and singing at the Super Bowl. Such stunts are intentional, and are not only fun for the perpetrators but are seen to enhance their power.
In the face of this brutal violence, we are told to choose LOVE. This was expressed by the resigned and even cheerful parents and other participants in their interviews, even though their relatives and friends had died in a horrific bloodbath only one or two days earlier. This has also occurred with other recent manufactured acts of terror, such as the Boston Marathon Bombing and the recent Charleston church shooting. People choose love, resilient communities magically bond together, and everyone moves on to the healing process—immediately.
Such hoaxes involve government at the highest levels, as shown by Obama’s visit to Newtown (and Boston and Charleston), the use of Air Force One to fly the families to Washington, D.C., and Francine Wheeler’s White House Weekly Address (April 13, 2013). 107 Such government complicity has been demonstrated for the assassination of JFK, the attacks of 9/11, and beyond. In the face of such vast conspiracies, it is hard to know how to view the world.
When one understands the Sandy Hook psy-op, however, things come into focus. When contemplating our current predicament—the incessant “mass shootings” and their promotion in the media, the trashing of the constitution and rise of the security state, and the use of false flags and fake data to direct policy on everything from “climate change” to the “war on terror”—we can
study the lessons of Sandy Hook, and navigate accordingly.”(1)