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Is there School Surveillance Video of the Sandy Hook Incident?

 
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Other than a private viewing during the court case, the video (if there is one) should never been seen by the public. Do you honestly need to see a video of children being shot to pieces????????? How sick are you?!


Im just as sick as every single person who stood there and watched the man in New York get hit by the subway train,, or the man who claims he was trying to warn the train by taking pics.. No one questions if that was real!
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Surveillance usually includes inside and outside a building. In this case outside was been reported.

Do you honestly need to suppress a video of claimed crimes for every high profile crime that is claimed in the past 4 years? How moronic if you to accept a scrolling marquee on a news broadcast typed out by the editor as the new due process.
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G!adio is dead.

Not the poster (yet), just the profile.

Not by my choice.

[link to godlikeproductions.com]

The account is finished, but i'm not.

I had been posting w/ names like I, Gladius and Adio-Glay (by proxy, of course). I no longer think this is a good idea as some shill imposters have used those names to post, representing themselves as me. This has also happened to a handfull of other S.H. researchers. Shows the level of desperation the forces of evil have reached.

So from now on, 3/20/13 5:15pm eastern dayight savings time, any post under any of the following names will not be me:

I, Gladius
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Don't expect a video.

From CT Post:

"The family member who asked not to be named said police told them there had been no video recording of the crime at the school."

Read more: [link to www.newstimes.com]
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Our rulers are very clever in how they coach the police to have this 'fuck you' attitude toward the public.

Oh you want video proof? well FUCK YOU BITCH!! WE WILL SHOW YOU A GOOD KICK IN YOUR NUTS YOU UPPITY SLAVE!! You are poor, we are rich, go die!!

Also they say they have video of the boston bombers setting the bombs down, but they can't show us that either.

They love making everything secret, Freemasonry is all about conditioning them to treat everyone like some lesser peon they get to piss on and deceive. They are trained and taught how to be a bunch of crazy liars, only total idiot jerks would never suspect they are a bunch of truly evil people, but they get rich and get to lord it over the gentiles so they don't care.

The art of class warfare is to annihilate their natural sympathy for their own species.

All I want to say to all the shills is, we know you were raped by these people, we don't care. we know that you have raped little boys and girls, and murdered them and ate their flesh. You have nothing to be ashamed of, the only thing you have to be ashamed of, is that you can be a hero and save everyone. We know you are under a powerful spell, fight it. I know how hard it is to break that spell. wake up, you DO care about other people, the people out there ARE good people, and you are hurting them.

Jesus said, those who have been forgiven the most will love God the most, you will feel the love for God the most, and thereby, be the greatest if you just take Jesus' hand.

You have the greatest power, to do the greatest good. You and turn your hell karma into the highest good karma if you can summon love from nothing.

You can take the darkness from the pit of the night, and turn into a beacon burning endlessly bright.

and I can tell you, I can make ever tackle, at the sound of the whistle and I can make all the stadiums rock



Jesus will give you something much greater than power and wealth, he will give you love beyond your wildest dreams. Something real.

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Other than a private viewing during the court case, the video (if there is one) should never been seen by the public. Do you honestly need to see a video of children being shot to pieces????????? How sick are you?!
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Hell yes i would ! If they can use this to take my rights,then i wanna see just what the hell happened there.Ya know the talk is its all bull or more than one shooter,so damned right id like to see it !
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Great post, CFR.

God bless.


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Richard Novia, "chief of security" of Newtown schools (is Newtown a nation-state? But anyway...) had an interesting history of pressuring the district into buying expensive surveillance systems. Two of the men who worked with him on the plan were superintendent of schools John Reed, and high school principle Bill Manfredonia.

[link to www.securitysales.com]

This 2004 article, a little too gushing for its heroes' own good, details how Novia, Reed and Manfredonia pushed parents, staff and administrators into considering a massive surveillance system for Newtown high school. When the latter loudly resisted, mysterious disasters befell the school: a fire broke out resulting in total loss of one room, and the temporary closing of the school. The school reopened, only to have a flood on the third floor collapse ceilings below, closing an entire wing of the school.

The good people of Newtown gratefully changed their minds on the surveillance system. Novia himself investigated and identified the "students" responsible.

Though Novia said he had been researching a surveillance system for over three years, immediately after the "string of unlucky events," a local contractor "fell out of the sky" and they were "right here in Newtown." The article states, "Superintendent Reed; principal Bill Manfredonia; vice principal Jules Triber; and Bienkowski, the business executive, met with J.P. Freeman Co. to discuss the system."

$60,000 plus an unspecified amount for labor was then spent by a grateful populace, eager to subdue and shame the teenaged graffiti artists, TP-ers, and other mortal threats to Newtown's well-being (no further major fires nor ceiling collapses materialized).

Interestingly, school principle Bill Manfredonia retired 29 days after the article's publication.

Fast-forward to 2012; current superintendent of schools Janet Robinson verbally agreed to resign from the Newtown school district on December 13, 2012--one day before the shooting.

[link to newtown.patch.com]

Obviously that's its own mystery, but guess who was just appointed interim superintendent? John Reed.

The questions have to be asked, at this point.

After Newtown said "no" to the high school surveillance system pushed by Reed, Novia and Manfredonia in 2004, the school experienced a "string of unlucky events" after which Reed, Novia, and Manfredonia promptly got their surveillance system.

Eight years later, the unthinkable happens at a Newtown school, and Reed, Novia and the Manfredonias--for whatever reason--are all in the headlines again on issues related to Newtown schools.

Yes, it's a small town. And perhaps an outlandish suggestion. But don't these coincidences demand investigation, if only to ensure they are, in fact, only coincidences? Wouldn't any normal investigator in 2004 have asked at least briefly whether the high school's unprecedented "string of unlucky events" was in fact simple sabotage by individuals who knew the school building inside and out, and which resulted in Newtown, almost overnight, accepting the surveillance system? And wouldn't an investigator today ask, at least quietly, why Reed, Novia, and the Manfredonias are suddenly back in the headlines on issues regarding Newtown schools, just in time for what will certainly be the most significant series of expenditures on school security systems in the district's (and the state's, and the nation's) history? Surveillance systems that, because of Sandy Hook, literally cannot be objected to, for all practical purposes?

Is there any financial or political relationship between these gentlemen and security companies, or for that matter with companies contracted to construct, repair, reconstruct or demolish public school buildings?

These guys could all be completely clean, and despite the rather strong smell emanating from Denmark, I go on the assumption that they are clean, until proven otherwise. And if they're good guys just caught up in the strange, coincidence-riddled vortex that is Newtown, CT, I apologize and wish them well. If we look hard enough, maybe all our towns are coincidence-riddled, for that matter. But any real investigator would be asking these questions, imo. And since no real investigators seem to be around, that leaves us regular people, as usual.
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I'm going to add that (obviously) even if one or two of them were scheming, it doesn't mean everyone was. And perhaps no one was.

Hard for me to get past the "unlucky events" at the moment, regardless.
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Interesting:

Richard Novia's wife Jennifer Novia was "contract administrator for Siemens Business Services, a leading international provider of IT solutions and services. She has also held senior administrative positions at Honeywell Consumer Products Group, GE Capital Corporation, and Active Endeavors. Jenn served five years as a sergeant in the United States Marine Corps, where she was a nuclear, biological, and chemical defense specialist, as well as a multi-channel equipment operator."

[link to www.zoominfo.com]

GE Capital ought to ring a bell - its employees are some of the individuals recently indicted in the LIBOR scandal; Peter Lanza is a GE Capital executive.

[link to www.forbes.com]

When Richard Novia pushed through the surveillance system, it was Honeywell that provided the cameras:

[link to www.securitysales.com]

And so it goes.
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There probably in the process of re-editing the security camera video.
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Doors will be locked at approximately 9:30 a.m. ...
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so... the shooter arrive at approximately 9:30 am too...

and we need to not forget that the clerk (DiDonato) was not here the 14th, and it was Barbara Halstead

maybe she doesnt know how to close the doors?
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NEWTOWN, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut company said Friday it has nearly finished installing state-of-the-art security equipment at a school to which students were moved after the deadly Newtown school shooting.

Thomas Marino Jr.'s father owns Advanced Security Technologies in Stratford, which provides security services to Newtown High School and was told to remotely lock down buildings on Dec. 14, the day of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

"It was hard for us to realize what was happening," Marino said. In an effort to provide some peace of mind to Sandy Hook students, staff and parents, he decided to reach out to about a dozen security manufacturers and ask whether they'd donate equipment if his father's company contributed the labor to install it at the new school in Monroe.

"Nobody said no," he said.

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Note: Richard Novia is responsible for Newtown High School's purchase of a surveillance system, under what have been described in this thread as questionable circumstances.

Now the company which apparently maintains this system is donating (of course) to Sandy Hook School; obviously other schools will be inclined to purchase systems, as well.
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Let's see?

Oklahoma City Bombing Sureveillance Video held by FBI.

9-11 Pentagon Surveillance Video held by the FBI.

9-11 (4) sets of (2) black boxes (allegedly) held by FBI.

Osama Bin Laden Photographs With-held?

I'm sure they will release all vital corroborating evidence of this HOAX as soon as they are done scrubbing it, ruining it, and "claiming" a malfunction of some kind.
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And now add to that the alleged video of the Marathon suspects dropping at least one back pack. That's never going to see the light of day either. It's all bullshit. The captive media reports whatever the government tells them.
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I've tried giving a plausible explanation as to why there is no usable video footage....ie: no cameras in the areas affected, cameras there but pointed in the wrong direction, DVR malfunction...etc. But all I do is get called a SHILL....so why bother anymore.
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Any explanation offered on the basis of there not being cameras that imaged the front entrance of the school or a spontaneous malfunction of all image transfer and retention mechanisms at the precise instant when Lanza supposedly blasted his way in, could only be proffered by a shill or a moron. Take your pick. We know that there were cameras installed to image the area at the front entrance of the school, and your spontaneous failure scenario is beyond absurd.

What the video you posted has to do with the subject at hand is beyond me.
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And here we go...

Finance Bd. Reviews Budget, OKs Video Surveillance At Chalk Hill
By Eliza Hallabeck
Friday, March 1, 2013

The Board of Finance turned its eye on the proposed municipal budget at its meeting on Thursday, February 28, and approved a transfer in the current budget to cover costs for software to enable police to monitor videos at Monroe’s Chalk Hill Middle School in real time.

The $174,000 transfer from the Board of Selectman’s 2012-13 Contingency Account to its Capital Account was made to cover the cost of buying software to install in Newtown Police Department cruisers to allow users to monitor video surveillance feeds from cameras set up at Sandy Hook School, located at Monroe’s Chalk Hill Middle School. The $174,000 cost, First Selectman Pat Llodra said, is “highly” expected to be covered by a grant.

Mrs Llodra also said it is anticipated that cameras will be purchased for all of Newtown’s public schools, and the software purchased for Chalk Hill will also work with those cameras. The cameras installed at Chalk Hill were donated following the events of 12/14.

[link to www.newtownbee.com]

So, yes, the cameras themselves were donated (fair play), but obviously the implication is that many hundreds of thousands of dollars of business will follow--upkeep, replacements, software, sales to other schools, etc.

Nothing wrong with providing a service (though I wonder whether parents got to vote), but the transaction amounts here, and to come, are well beyond the extent needed to justify looking into money as a motive for Sandy Hook.
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Good work, Zephyr.

The question remains: were there cameras in operation at S.H. on 12/14/12?

There are numerous incidents of suspects being caught by surveillance camera footage at public schools in Ct.

One such instance in E. Hampton, Ct., a less affluent town than Newtown, is cited on p. 1 or 2 of this thread.

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Re: Zephyr,

The absence of lawsuits is curious.

Im no expert on this subject, but is it possible that a condition of taking from the donation fund is an agreement not to sue?

Like I said, I'm no expert, but suppose the directors of the fund told would-be plaintiffs that they can bypass the lengthy litigation and get the much needed money now.

Thoughts?
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Don't expect a video.

From CT Post:

"The family member who asked not to be named said police told them there had been no video recording of the crime at the school."

Read more: [link to www.newstimes.com]
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Yep. That's it, right there. Just slipped in as an aside. But when combined with the comment from the little girl that said she was in the gym and the power went out, they have the bases covered.

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Good work, Zephyr.

The question remains: were there cameras in operation at S.H. on 12/14/12?

There are numerous incidents of suspects being caught by surveillance camera footage at public schools in Ct.

One such instance in E. Hampton, Ct., a less affluent town than Newtown, is cited on p. 1 or 2 of this thread.

-G!adio
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and what about camera in cops car?
did newtown police have this too?
if Chapman has this in his car, it must have footage of this no?
maybe we could hear the "famous" rifle shots that cops heard?
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Good work, Zephyr.

The question remains: were there cameras in operation at S.H. on 12/14/12?

There are numerous incidents of suspects being caught by surveillance camera footage at public schools in Ct.

One such instance in E. Hampton, Ct., a less affluent town than Newtown, is cited on p. 1 or 2 of this thread.

-G!adio
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and what about camera in cops car?
did newtown police have this too?
if Chapman has this in his car, it must have footage of this no?
maybe we could hear the "famous" rifle shots that cops heard?
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Damn good question.
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As for agreements not to sue, I'm not sure; it's possible.

But picture 26 sets of parents all being convinced to take iffy donation money (which they'd get anyway) instead of suing...I don't see it. The parents have a 100% right to set up a donation fund, and bring wrongful death suits, as Columbine parents did.

There's just no getting around the power of a wrongful death suit, or even an injury suit. If anyone at all is even the smalles bit liable, the suit is actionable. The victims (in this case, the victims' families) have the power to do, really, whatever they want in this type of case.
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and what about camera in cops car?
did newtown police have this too?
if Chapman has this in his car, it must have footage of this no?
maybe we could hear the "famous" rifle shots that cops heard?
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And what about any and all surveillance cameras operated in, and by, the town? Certainly it's reasonable to assume that the fire station would have had a security camera, no?

And the TON (Town of Newtown) was even amending their surveillance camera by-law in 2012...oddly enough...to make the records more accessible.

[link to www.hamlethub.com]

Review & Modify TON Video Surveillance Policy: Selectman Rodgers moved to strike, from the Town of Newtown Video Surveillance Policy, the last sentence of the third paragraph under General Principles that reads Such records may not be shared with third parties, and may only be shared with other governmental agencies granted additional approval and to modify the first sentence of the final paragraph on page 2, Retention and Storage Procedures to read Surveillance video records will be stored as determined by the Connecticut General Statutes, the Freedom of Information Act and the Records Retention Policy of the Public Records Administration. Selectman Gaston seconded. All in favor.

I haven't been able to find out just how many surveillance cams may be in Newtown or where they may be.

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Richard Novia, "chief of security" of Newtown schools (is Newtown a nation-state? But anyway...) had an interesting history of pressuring the district into buying expensive surveillance systems. Two of the men who worked with him on the plan were superintendent of schools John Reed, and high school principle Bill Manfredonia.

[link to www.securitysales.com]

This 2004 article, a little too gushing for its heroes' own good, details how Novia, Reed and Manfredonia pushed parents, staff and administrators into considering a massive surveillance system for Newtown high school. When the latter loudly resisted, mysterious disasters befell the school: a fire broke out resulting in total loss of one room, and the temporary closing of the school. The school reopened, only to have a flood on the third floor collapse ceilings below, closing an entire wing of the school.

The good people of Newtown gratefully changed their minds on the surveillance system. Novia himself investigated and identified the "students" responsible.

Though Novia said he had been researching a surveillance system for over three years, immediately after the "string of unlucky events," a local contractor "fell out of the sky" and they were "right here in Newtown." The article states, "Superintendent Reed; principal Bill Manfredonia; vice principal Jules Triber; and Bienkowski, the business executive, met with J.P. Freeman Co. to discuss the system."

$60,000 plus an unspecified amount for labor was then spent by a grateful populace, eager to subdue and shame the teenaged graffiti artists, TP-ers, and other mortal threats to Newtown's well-being (no further major fires nor ceiling collapses materialized).

Interestingly, school principle Bill Manfredonia retired 29 days after the article's publication.

Fast-forward to 2012; current superintendent of schools Janet Robinson verbally agreed to resign from the Newtown school district on December 13, 2012--one day before the shooting.

[link to newtown.patch.com]

Obviously that's its own mystery, but guess who was just appointed interim superintendent? John Reed.

The questions have to be asked, at this point.

After Newtown said "no" to the high school surveillance system pushed by Reed, Novia and Manfredonia in 2004, the school experienced a "string of unlucky events" after which Reed, Novia, and Manfredonia promptly got their surveillance system.

Eight years later, the unthinkable happens at a Newtown school, and Reed, Novia and the Manfredonias--for whatever reason--are all in the headlines again on issues related to Newtown schools.

Yes, it's a small town. And perhaps an outlandish suggestion. But don't these coincidences demand investigation, if only to ensure they are, in fact, only coincidences? Wouldn't any normal investigator in 2004 have asked at least briefly whether the high school's unprecedented "string of unlucky events" was in fact simple sabotage by individuals who knew the school building inside and out, and which resulted in Newtown, almost overnight, accepting the surveillance system? And wouldn't an investigator today ask, at least quietly, why Reed, Novia, and the Manfredonias are suddenly back in the headlines on issues regarding Newtown schools, just in time for what will certainly be the most significant series of expenditures on school security systems in the district's (and the state's, and the nation's) history? Surveillance systems that, because of Sandy Hook, literally cannot be objected to, for all practical purposes?

Is there any financial or political relationship between these gentlemen and security companies, or for that matter with companies contracted to construct, repair, reconstruct or demolish public school buildings?

These guys could all be completely clean, and despite the rather strong smell emanating from Denmark, I go on the assumption that they are clean, until proven otherwise. And if they're good guys just caught up in the strange, coincidence-riddled vortex that is Newtown, CT, I apologize and wish them well. If we look hard enough, maybe all our towns are coincidence-riddled, for that matter. But any real investigator would be asking these questions, imo. And since no real investigators seem to be around, that leaves us regular people, as usual.
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Richard Novia, "chief of security" of Newtown schools (is Newtown a nation-state? But anyway...) had an interesting history of pressuring the district into buying expensive surveillance systems. Two of the men who worked with him on the plan were superintendent of schools John Reed, and high school principle Bill Manfredonia.

[link to www.securitysales.com]

This 2004 article, a little too gushing for its heroes' own good, details how Novia, Reed and Manfredonia pushed parents, staff and administrators into considering a massive surveillance system for Newtown high school. When the latter loudly resisted, mysterious disasters befell the school: a fire broke out resulting in total loss of one room, and the temporary closing of the school. The school reopened, only to have a flood on the third floor collapse ceilings below, closing an entire wing of the school.

The good people of Newtown gratefully changed their minds on the surveillance system. Novia himself investigated and identified the "students" responsible.

Though Novia said he had been researching a surveillance system for over three years, immediately after the "string of unlucky events," a local contractor "fell out of the sky" and they were "right here in Newtown." The article states, "Superintendent Reed; principal Bill Manfredonia; vice principal Jules Triber; and Bienkowski, the business executive, met with J.P. Freeman Co. to discuss the system."

$60,000 plus an unspecified amount for labor was then spent by a grateful populace, eager to subdue and shame the teenaged graffiti artists, TP-ers, and other mortal threats to Newtown's well-being (no further major fires nor ceiling collapses materialized).

Interestingly, school principle Bill Manfredonia retired 29 days after the article's publication.

Fast-forward to 2012; current superintendent of schools Janet Robinson verbally agreed to resign from the Newtown school district on December 13, 2012--one day before the shooting.

[link to newtown.patch.com]

Obviously that's its own mystery, but guess who was just appointed interim superintendent? John Reed.

The questions have to be asked, at this point.

After Newtown said "no" to the high school surveillance system pushed by Reed, Novia and Manfredonia in 2004, the school experienced a "string of unlucky events" after which Reed, Novia, and Manfredonia promptly got their surveillance system.

Eight years later, the unthinkable happens at a Newtown school, and Reed, Novia and the Manfredonias--for whatever reason--are all in the headlines again on issues related to Newtown schools.

Yes, it's a small town. And perhaps an outlandish suggestion. But don't these coincidences demand investigation, if only to ensure they are, in fact, only coincidences? Wouldn't any normal investigator in 2004 have asked at least briefly whether the high school's unprecedented "string of unlucky events" was in fact simple sabotage by individuals who knew the school building inside and out, and which resulted in Newtown, almost overnight, accepting the surveillance system? And wouldn't an investigator today ask, at least quietly, why Reed, Novia, and the Manfredonias are suddenly back in the headlines on issues regarding Newtown schools, just in time for what will certainly be the most significant series of expenditures on school security systems in the district's (and the state's, and the nation's) history? Surveillance systems that, because of Sandy Hook, literally cannot be objected to, for all practical purposes?

Is there any financial or political relationship between these gentlemen and security companies, or for that matter with companies contracted to construct, repair, reconstruct or demolish public school buildings?

These guys could all be completely clean, and despite the rather strong smell emanating from Denmark, I go on the assumption that they are clean, until proven otherwise. And if they're good guys just caught up in the strange, coincidence-riddled vortex that is Newtown, CT, I apologize and wish them well. If we look hard enough, maybe all our towns are coincidence-riddled, for that matter. But any real investigator would be asking these questions, imo. And since no real investigators seem to be around, that leaves us regular people, as usual.
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columbine video came out, and I think was fairly quickly showing the shooters. And that was years ago. Reports were Lanza had some altercation at the school a few days before? Why wouldn't they show the video of him at the front entrance??
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"Why wouldn't they show the video of him at the front entrance??"


Because it never happened?
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And here we go...

Finance Bd. Reviews Budget, OKs Video Surveillance At Chalk Hill
By Eliza Hallabeck
Friday, March 1, 2013

The Board of Finance turned its eye on the proposed municipal budget at its meeting on Thursday, February 28, and approved a transfer in the current budget to cover costs for software to enable police to monitor videos at Monroe’s Chalk Hill Middle School in real time.

The $174,000 transfer from the Board of Selectman’s 2012-13 Contingency Account to its Capital Account was made to cover the cost of buying software to install in Newtown Police Department cruisers to allow users to monitor video surveillance feeds from cameras set up at Sandy Hook School, located at Monroe’s Chalk Hill Middle School. The $174,000 cost, First Selectman Pat Llodra said, is “highly” expected to be covered by a grant.

Mrs Llodra also said it is anticipated that cameras will be purchased for all of Newtown’s public schools, and the software purchased for Chalk Hill will also work with those cameras. The cameras installed at Chalk Hill were donated following the events of 12/14.

[link to www.newtownbee.com]

So, yes, the cameras themselves were donated (fair play), but obviously the implication is that many hundreds of thousands of dollars of business will follow--upkeep, replacements, software, sales to other schools, etc.

Nothing wrong with providing a service (though I wonder whether parents got to vote), but the transaction amounts here, and to come, are well beyond the extent needed to justify looking into money as a motive for Sandy Hook.
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You're truly fucking deluded
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Re: Is there School Surveillance Video of the Sandy Hook Incident?
I've tried giving a plausible explanation as to why there is no usable video footage....ie: no cameras in the areas affected, cameras there but pointed in the wrong direction, DVR malfunction...etc. But all I do is get called a SHILL....so why bother anymore.
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Any explanation offered on the basis of there not being cameras that imaged the front entrance of the school or a spontaneous malfunction of all image transfer and retention mechanisms at the precise instant when Lanza supposedly blasted his way in, could only be proffered by a shill or a moron. Take your pick. We know that there were cameras installed to image the area at the front entrance of the school, and your spontaneous failure scenario is beyond absurd.

What the video you posted has to do with the subject at hand is beyond me.
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who is "We"...please cite credible evidence showing the exact location of the door camera.....and the Recording equipment and software...

oh wait, guess what YOU CAN'T!!!!
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@ shill 2783:

Look at the 2nd post in this very thread. It's a letter from S.H. principal sent well before 12/14 detailing the procedure for entering the school. This procedure involves the use of a camera at the front door.

Dipshit.
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@ shill 2783:

Look at the 2nd post in this very thread. It's a letter from S.H. principal sent well before 12/14 detailing the procedure for entering the school. This procedure involves the use of a camera at the front door.

Dipshit.
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we have been thru this DUMBASS, the camera in question is a VID-PHONE ie: IT DOES NOT RECORD!!!, GET THE FUCK OVER IT!
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who cares...satanists killing their own children...it's covered by the freedom of religion...a detail of folklore

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