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Message Subject HOLY SHIT! Sandy Hook Fully Exposed video up to 8.5 MILLION views, 4.5 million more than yesterday
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I grew up very close to Newtown, just a few towns away. This was some years back…., but:
These ‘outer-edge’ of suburbia to NYC towns are all very transitory. Within a few years there is a complete turnover. Not to long ago I went through a phone book as I was passing through and not find one familiar name. This is a type of town easier to move a group into if planned in advance.
There can be a town office (I think much now online) that checks ownership and taxes. Did many of the named parents of children stated to be killed move in at the same time? This should be public record.
Was it all the same real estate company? That too is public record but a bitch to dig through.
 Quoting: Rinty

what i just found that is somewhat interesting...not sure if it has any meaning... but i went to the county assessors page for fairfield county- thats where newtown is. here is that link.

[link to data.visionappraisal.com]

as you can see there, you can search by address, name, etc.. i did a search for robbie parker and nothing came up. then i wondered if maybe newtown had its own database page. well, they do. however, there is no option to search for owner name... everything else is the same i think... definitely the same overall website... towns/counties do have different search options usually however, it is strange that it would be different within the same website...

[link to data.visionappraisal.com]

maybe someone doesnt want people finding out who bought properties when? or maybe never?
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