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Sandy Hook: Blood on Windows, Screams in School, Parents Screaming
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[quote:422:MV8yMDg4MzM2XzM1MTc0ODk2X0FCREJFRjcw] [quote:Great thread 25739945:MV8yMDg4MzM2XzM1MTc0NTk4XzQ0QkI1MTI0] [b][color=darkblue] Yes, a kidnapping does make sense. The parents have to 'cooperate' so they will do whatever they can to go along with the perps to get their children back. Without an alternate explanation, this story is ridiculous.[/color][/b] [/quote] I personally believe the parents are led to believe their children are dead and will never see them again. These missing children will become more of the many mkultra children. [/quote]
These are just a few of the things
missing in the latest PsyOp called Sandy Hook:
Blood on Windows - no blood anywhere
Screams in School - the two witnesses only heard the sounds of "pots banging"
Parents Screaming - if my son is shot, I'll be outside wailing
and need to be held back from passing the police tape....
I'll be screaming, "My baby, my baby".
The actors in this Psy Op look like their dog got his leg broken in a car accident.
Do I believe children died? Absolutely.
Am I horrified and heart broken for their parents? Absolutely.
It's just that the videos outside the school don't match the 'official story'
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