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Sandy Hook: Why Spreadsheet Story Fails the Smell Test

 
Zephyr
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Sandy Hook: Why Spreadsheet Story Fails the Smell Test
Latest official "theory:" Lanza planned massacre for years, and wanted to outdo other killers, especially Brevik

1. If he had planned it for years, to outdo other killers, he would have gotten a fully automatic weapon or modified a semi-auto to full auto.

2. If he had planned it for years, and wanted to outdo other killers, especially Brevik, he would have chosen a setting which actually gave him a chance of outdoing Brevik. The "brilliant doctoral thesis" of a spreadsheet would have showed clearly that firing at large gatherings--not inside individual, lockable classrooms--gives the highest casualty rate. Newtown had many such gatherings on a regular basis, both indoors and out.

3. If he had planned it for years, and wanted a large number of casualties, he would have chosen or included bombs--like Brevik.

TPTB would have been wiser to fabricate a story about Lanza planning for the greatest shock value, by killing kindergarteners--not a story of him going for the highest casualty figure.
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really i dont know why you spend so much time thinking about Adam.

of course it's lies.

Media have lie in the past, they just continue to add more smoke.


dont be distracted...
as you was saying last day, to read again old articles is wise, for good investigation.

Meanwhile you was thinking about Adam hypothetical mental health (specially when the source is LE), i've found the first picture of a Sandy Hook victim.
Zephyr (OP)
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Re: Sandy Hook: Why Spreadsheet Story Fails the Smell Test
So many things to work on, Fred - I agree.

But examining the lies is almost as revealing as examining the truth. We said elsewhere that the nature of truth is akin to a diamond, and lies are like mud: hammer away at a story, and the lies crumble away while the truth is revealed.

The mud serves a purpose, though - it can give you an idea of the shape beneath it. Within every lie are hidden truths--for example, a hint as to the reason that particular lie is being told.

So if we look at the spreadsheet lie (I'm assuming it's a lie), what do we see? I see a couple of things, including of course the ongoing desperation to paint "Adam" as "horrific."

But they made the mistake of describing what could very well be a real object--some gaming scoresheet found on "Adam" or "Ryan's" computer; they're trying to make the "guy" seem more real by basing their stories on something real, and twisting it. So they give away a glimpse they shouldn't have given away - this ridiculous spreadsheet. But it's immediately obvious to real gamers, and even just people with computers, that this story is completely unlikely; so instead of making the story seem more real, they've made it seem more fake, AND revealed their desperation.

The more lies they tell, the more hidden truths come out; so that's why I don't mind if they talk. Keep them talking.

It's ironic, because that's what law enforcement officers pressure a criminal to do -- keep talking, because the more a guilty person talks, the more they give themselves away. They really ought to know better.

But if they did know better, there'd be no GLP.
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So many things to work on, Fred - I agree.

But examining the lies is almost as revealing as examining the truth. We said elsewhere that the nature of truth is akin to a diamond, and lies are like mud: hammer away at a story, and the lies crumble away while the truth is revealed.

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And i agree with you about truth and lies.
but what you dont see too... it's that to make you think about Adam, specially speculating on his mental health, is a way to already agree on the fact he is the shooter.

step 1 is credited by the speculation on step 2.



but i know too.. you dont read my post till the end, because it was a very important news in it... and you didnt reacted :D
Zephyr (OP)
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03/19/2013 09:14 AM
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So many things to work on, Fred - I agree.

But examining the lies is almost as revealing as examining the truth. We said elsewhere that the nature of truth is akin to a diamond, and lies are like mud: hammer away at a story, and the lies crumble away while the truth is revealed.

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 Quoting: Zephyr 13211643


And i agree with you about truth and lies.
but what you dont see too... it's that to make you think about Adam, specially speculating on his mental health, is a way to already agree on the fact he is the shooter.

step 1 is credited by the speculation on step 2.



but i know too.. you dont read my post till the end, because it was a very important news in it... and you didnt reacted :D
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I saw it...will you post here, or elsewhere?
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So many things to work on, Fred - I agree.

But examining the lies is almost as revealing as examining the truth. We said elsewhere that the nature of truth is akin to a diamond, and lies are like mud: hammer away at a story, and the lies crumble away while the truth is revealed.

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 Quoting: Zephyr 13211643


And i agree with you about truth and lies.
but what you dont see too... it's that to make you think about Adam, specially speculating on his mental health, is a way to already agree on the fact he is the shooter.

step 1 is credited by the speculation on step 2.



but i know too.. you dont read my post till the end, because it was a very important news in it... and you didnt reacted :D
 Quoting: (swiss boy) 31413939


I saw it...will you post here, or elsewhere?
 Quoting: Zephyr 13211643


consulting the team first ;)
Zephyr (OP)
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03/19/2013 09:17 AM
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I have to go offline for a while - I want to see your new info but will have to do it later. Thank you for your continued hard work, Fred.
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03/19/2013 09:18 AM
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Yes , he smashed his hardrive but then he made sure to leave a spread-sheet behind with all his plans. Total bullshit

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03/19/2013 09:22 AM
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Fred and Zeph,

I think you're both right.

The S.H. incident, like 9/11, is multi-faceted.

For instance, w/ 9/11, one could focus on any of the four individual planes (supposedly) involved;

the conflicting and confounding statements and claims by authorities and media (i.e. lies);

the collapse of the towers;

the collapse of WTC-7, and so on.

The same goes for S.H. ,and other false flags.

No stone must be left unturned.

That's what's great about collaboration- each individual focuses on different a different aspect.
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03/19/2013 09:28 AM
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I have to go offline for a while - I want to see your new info but will have to do it later. Thank you for your continued hard work, Fred.
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maybe because you are not the real zephyr... very strange...
G-Man
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03/19/2013 09:33 AM
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Real zephyr, fake zephyr, real fred, fake fred.

Even I'm starting to struggle w/ this.
(swiss boy)
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03/19/2013 09:42 AM
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Real zephyr, fake zephyr, real fred, fake fred.

Even I'm starting to struggle w/ this.
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we will see what the real zephyr would say when he will be back.

if it was a fake zephyr...

really i start to enjoy this game... so much fake..so much disinfo.. so much shill...

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Zephyr
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03/19/2013 01:26 PM
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I have to go offline for a while - I want to see your new info but will have to do it later. Thank you for your continued hard work, Fred.
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maybe because you are not the real zephyr... very strange...
 Quoting: (swiss boy) 31413939


Huh? That was me. Unless you're not the real Fred, lol!

Time for our authenticity test - quel est ;e nom de la victime dans la photo que t'as trouve?
Zephyr
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03/19/2013 01:27 PM
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Et pourqoui est-ce que t'as dit que ne suis pas le vrai Zephyr lol?
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Et pourqoui est-ce que t'as dit que ne suis pas le vrai Zephyr lol?
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yes... sorry to be suspicious. it's ok.
i just though you was saying "i've seen it" refering to the pix and not refering to my sentence... ;)
Zephyr
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03/19/2013 03:07 PM
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Ah, okay. I understand. I'd be interested in seeing it.
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Ah, okay. I understand. I'd be interested in seeing it.
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you know where it is and how to there...
;)

you must be the real one, because you dont see it like a powerful tool! :D
I, Gladius
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03/20/2013 12:02 PM
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Re: Sandy Hook: Why Spreadsheet Story Fails the Smell Test
Newtown Bee is still saying "shooting ranges," but ATF says no.

Check out the one comment under the article:

Eduardo = G!adio

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04/09/2013 07:00 PM
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Notice they're not mentioning the spread-sheet anymore.

I guess they reallies it sounds too ridiculous for anyone to believe so they dropped it
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Gaydio you still at this??? Damn, your life must really suck!
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Gaydio you still at this??? Damn, your life must really suck!
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bet yors really sucks hard since you fuck gave up a copy of yor shill how to list to everyone fuck on the globe

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