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Sandy Hook: Just me, or do Newtown and state officials seem desperate to funnel money into town?

 
Aletheia
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07/19/2013 11:32 AM
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Sandy Hook: Just me, or do Newtown and state officials seem desperate to funnel money into town?
"After a House committee refused to allow a vote on a proposal to allow Sandy Hook Elementary School to apply for federal funds for construction, Rep. Elizabeth Esty took to social media, said she was "deeply disappointed" with the decision."

The state has already pledged $50 million to a new school. Why on earth do they need more money for this school, which is already grossly overpriced and is unnecessary in the first place? Columbine was not demolished and rebuilt, even though the areas in which dead and dying people lay were greater in number, and the number of children who saw these scenes was much higher. This is in contrast to Sandy Hook where the view of the deceased was so limited that literally only 12 children are listed as officially traumatized. I don't mean to denigrate anyone else who's traumatized, but Newtown's justification for building a brand new school is very hard to make, and the justification ofr it to cost $50 million is in my opinion impossible to make. To then ask the taxpayers for even more money for a voluntary decision made by one town is pretty off base, I think. So off base that the federal government and congress, who generally are striving to outdo each other in "pro Newtown" behavior, have turned down the request.

It could be a natural idea, to apply for federal money - but I can't shake the feeling that someone is desperate to funnel millions into Newtown to be quietly distributed to people as a way to convince them to withhold lawsuits.
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Re: Sandy Hook: Just me, or do Newtown and state officials seem desperate to funnel money into town?
Sorry, link: [link to newtown.patch.com]
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07/19/2013 11:44 AM
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Re: Sandy Hook: Just me, or do Newtown and state officials seem desperate to funnel money into town?
Hmmmm the one girl who played "dead" her family was seeking permission to sue the school system state etc for 100 million....I cant find anything proving that they have gone forward with that.
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07/19/2013 11:49 AM
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Re: Sandy Hook: Just me, or do Newtown and state officials seem desperate to funnel money into town?
They don't need money for the school. This much is obvious. They need money to keep the townspeople's mouths shut. This much is obvious.
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07/19/2013 12:28 PM
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Re: Sandy Hook: Just me, or do Newtown and state officials seem desperate to funnel money into town?
I believe the Pinsky suit for $1million was on behalf of a family who's daughter had heard disturbing sounds over the intercom.
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07/19/2013 12:31 PM
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Re: Sandy Hook: Just me, or do Newtown and state officials seem desperate to funnel money into town?
the town should have setup their own donations page while Robbie Parker was setting up his.
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07/19/2013 01:35 PM
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Re: Sandy Hook: Just me, or do Newtown and state officials seem desperate to funnel money into town?
Governor Malloy, in fact, just made a public statement that the victim families shouldn't be precluded from receiving more direct money from the Foundation funds. The Foundation had just announced that once the 40 families received their allotted funds, no more direct money would go to them, but instead be allotted to the community as a whole. Malloy immediately objected:

"I ask that this administrator be charged with developing an objective, reasonable, and consistently applied formula to be used in dispensing the remaining funds and the subsequent closing of this account. In addition, I would hope that those who have already received distributions not be precluded from receiving additional funds."

[link to articles.courant.com]

Now Malloy wants an "independent, third party" to oversee the fund. In other words, he wants the fund taken out of the local people, who have made what seems to me a fairly logical and fair distribution plan, and placed instead in some outside party's hands. Imagine that. No local oversight - money can then be funneled as he sees fit. It wouldn't be that hard to pretend the fund had been closed after distributions, but instead keep it quietly open and used for unmoderated, undocumented continued distribution of IOL (Instead of Lawsuit) funds.
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07/19/2013 01:39 PM
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Re: Sandy Hook: Just me, or do Newtown and state officials seem desperate to funnel money into town?
The Courant does it again - just noticed this little zinger at the end:

"But the foundation has refused to release any information publicly on who donated to the fund except for submitting some documents to the attorney general's office which seemed to buttress their argument. However, the letters represented less than 3 percent of the total amount donated to the fund."

No wonder Malloy is scrambling, lol, the Courant is pretty clearly on a dedicated rampage to find out what's going on.
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07/19/2013 01:42 PM
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Sorry...I guess "lols" are kind of in poor taste in general for this subject.
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07/19/2013 03:10 PM
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Re: Sandy Hook: Just me, or do Newtown and state officials seem desperate to funnel money into town?
The Courant does it again - just noticed this little zinger at the end:

"But the foundation has refused to release any information publicly on who donated to the fund except for submitting some documents to the attorney general's office which seemed to buttress their argument. However, the letters represented less than 3 percent of the total amount donated to the fund."

No wonder Malloy is scrambling, lol, the Courant is pretty clearly on a dedicated rampage to find out what's going on.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43591350


I would like to think they are looking for truth. But they print too many of the pre-determined articles for the story that there is no way they really want any truth. I think they print these tales looking like they are puffing their chest for the truth just to make it seem like someone has a watchful eye.
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Re: Sandy Hook: Just me, or do Newtown and state officials seem desperate to funnel money into town?
The Courant does it again - just noticed this little zinger at the end:

"But the foundation has refused to release any information publicly on who donated to the fund except for submitting some documents to the attorney general's office which seemed to buttress their argument. However, the letters represented less than 3 percent of the total amount donated to the fund."

No wonder Malloy is scrambling, lol, the Courant is pretty clearly on a dedicated rampage to find out what's going on.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43591350


I would like to think they are looking for truth. But they print too many of the pre-determined articles for the story that there is no way they really want any truth. I think they print these tales looking like they are puffing their chest for the truth just to make it seem like someone has a watchful eye.
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I think it's like Chinese writers who have to pay careful tribute to the official story, while managing to slip in subtle questions.

If the Courant came right out and said "Sandy Hook was staged" or "Sandy Hook is a coverup," no one would take them seriously as a newspaper. It's too much for readers to handle--the truth has to be approached very subtly.

The fact that someone is approaching it at all is, to me, remarkable. There is enormous opposition to questioning the official story, and hardly any support whatsoever; the Courant writers could easily be James-Tracied into oblivion, fired, scapegoated. But instead, the editor is standing behind them and allowing them to continue publishing articles critical of the state government's position and actions. So, I'm not offended by how much of the Courant articles pay tribute to the official story; unless they come right out and say "we doubt the official story," they have to go with it until it's overturned. I really think the Courant is helping to overturn it.

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