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Message Subject Raw Helicopter Footage At Sandy Hook
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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Well, is it normal for the grass to be green and the trees to still have their fall foliage in mid-December in Connecticut?

I think this is from a police helicopter.

I remember an interview with a local Fireman.
In his weird discussion with Brooke Baldwin of CNN he says he feels guilty. He also said the first thing he heard
and saw was the helicopters overhead.
He didn't get a call. They weren't CALLING the local first responders.

He also stated that he was surprised it was worse than
he was thinking it was going to be.

His words and actions and Brooke Baldwin's strange behavior.
(She doesn't know what to ask, so there is dead air for a few seconds before she stiltingly asks him what was being said to her in her earphones).

I tried to find this video again yesterday and can't find it.
If anybody saved it it would be nice to see posted.
The Fireman is pretending they have just received 26 wreaths from Oregon. It was a staged interview and extremely awkward.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1482838


I think this is the vid you're talking about:


 Quoting: blind squirrel


So he is a fireman who has been at the sandy hook fire house for 20 odd years, since highschool, but he works on the other side of town... did I get that right?...

He was a first responder, yet he found out about it because of the helicopters flying around.. he wasnt called in by the firehouse?.. did i get that right?

When he arrived all the cars and trucks were all there ... so parents, police, swat, state troopers, 3 letter agencies, media and god knows who else were all there before him, but he was a first responder... did i get that right?...
 
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