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Message Subject Another Sandy Hook Inconsistency - Caught on local talk radio
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Lanza next arrived at teacher Victoria Soto's classroom. Soto is believed to have hidden her 6- and 7-year old students in a classroom closet. When Lanza demanded to know where the children were, Soto tried to divert him to the other end of the school by saying that her students were in the auditorium.

But six of Soto's students tried to flee. Lanza shot them, Soto and another teacher who was in the room. Later, in their search for survivors, police found the remaining seven of Soto's students still hiding in the closet. They told the police what had happened.

[link to www.courant.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14408911


Yes you are citing the Courant article, which hasn't been corrected. This guy on the radio today sounded genuine, and said his granddaughter was one of the survivors from Ms. Soto's class, which, according to the official story, were all found in the closet by the cops. but he's saying she ran out. Get it? The radio call-in guy's story doesn't match the official story. So was he a fraud? As I say, he didn't sound like it. I don't know if the broadcast can be found online now, but it took place today on WTIC at 11:55AM or so.
 Quoting: GladioDaddy-O


Two Boys and four girls from Ms Soto's class saw her killed and escaped. They were later found by an older gentleman who had been out to breakfast and came home to find them sitting in a semicircle on his front lawn.

When he asked what they were doing there (he had not heard about the event) they told him they could not go back to school because they had not teacher. They could not go back to school because the teacher was dead.
 
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