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Message Subject UPDATE: Sandy Hook Inconsistencies Abound - Survivors from Ms. Soto's class - Censored by WTIC radio
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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On air, he said they left while he was reloading. If they were hiding in the closet, how would they know if he was reloading? Did the closet door have windows? Wouldn't make a great hiding spot if it did...
 Quoting: GladioDaddy-O

6-year-old kids would NOT go running out to escape just because they heard the guns stop. 6-year-olds would not escape all together like that and run down the road!!! 10-year-olds MIGHT do something like that. Maybe a couple of 6-year-olds would be that brave to venture into the hall where a scary man was just shooting, but I know children that age, and they would still be cowering in the closet until found. This must be a lie!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27493239

That is a very good point, never really gave it much thought but I think this is pretty true.
 Quoting: Krystle|Ann

Consider how that relates to the official timeline.

Lanza's gun jams and an undetermined number of kids run out.

If you go by Sedensky's summary, this happened before the first cops arrived; thus they didn't see the kids running.

Remember, by all media accounts right up until last month's release of Sedensky's report said Lanza went to Rousseau's FIRST and then to Soto's, and killed himself there.

In his summary, Sedensky is unable say which room Lanza went first. I repeat: after 11 months, Sedensky can't say which room he went into first. Think about that. The ambiguity is significant.

It just doesn't add up.
 Quoting: oidalG 36580764

According to a little boy whose older brother was tweeting that day, the little brother was able to run out of the room "when one of the shooters was killed."
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