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Sandy Hook - Can Anyone Pinpoint the Precise Location of Lauren Rousseau's Car?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 17586504:MV8yMTQ5NjY2XzM2MzI5MDg1X0M0MUM3QTFB] [quote:Fred 19517346:MV8yMTQ5NjY2XzM2MzI4NzE5X0ExOUJGQzk4] So Adam was able to shoot many time in classroom without broking any windows. Specially with a rifle in semi-automatic mode... Ok, maybe he shoots from outside in the parking lot. [/quote] If so, then Sally Cox is not telling the truth. If Lanza made just "five...horrible popping noises" with his firearm before entering the school, and he squandered at least four shots by targeting Lauren Rousseau's car in the parking lot (a rather strange act, since he supposedly had never met Rousseau), then Lanza would not have been able to blast his way into the building. [/quote]
Can anyone point out to me the precise location of Lauren Rousseau's car on the day of the shooting? Are there any photographs that provide enough background imagery to allow the car's precise position to be fixed on the parking lot? I have consulted the video entitled, "Lauren Rousseau's Car Riddled With Bullet Holes in Sandy Hook Parking Lot" on YouTube, but find I am unable to reconcile the limited background relief in that video with the aerial photos of the scene. Does anyone have any photo/video resources that would allow a determination of the car's precise location?
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