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Message Subject Sandy Hook - Picture of Deceased Victim Being Transported
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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That man pushing the victim ... what's that huge black thing on his right ear? Zoom the photo (Ctrl +) to see what I mean. Also is it also normal for coroner personnel to look like they are in a heave metal band, what's up with that beard so unprofessional.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32137123


What looks very strange to me is the white sheet around body and guy is wearing a white outfit and it looks like it all just came out of a Tide commercial. It must be a mess in those classrooms. You have to move and transport bodies that must be torn into pieces (sorry, I don't know too much about damage one of these rifles can cause, but I would think it would be extensive) and I still don't see any sign of blood.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28418966


Yes, I would expect to see red on the wheels and parts if not a whole bunch of tracks from every gurney pushed out of there if the scene were real and not part of the ongoing drill. One pic? A guy climbs a tree to get ONE photo?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1482838



Have to agree with you there about the wheel tracks. They certainly aren't lifting the gurney out of there is there is only 1 guy on this one.

I am trying to get a perspective of what door they are coming out. If this shot is near the front door, I don't remember seeing bushes in any pictures of the front of the school. Would there be bushes with that much foliage in CT at this time of the year? I am trying now to find pictures of the front of the school and so far all I have is an aerial view.

[link to www.youtube.com]

The yellow lines on the ground seem to match up. Help me find more pictures.
 
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