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The Courant strikes again: As officials speak across the nation, Connecticut waits for Sandy Hook report

 
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The Courant strikes again: As officials speak across the nation, Connecticut waits for Sandy Hook report
While Connecticut Waits, Police Talk Newtown Shooting Across U.S. (Hartford Courant)

While law enforcement officials have released few details of the Dec. 14 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre to Connecticut residents, state police and Newtown officers have increased their trips across the country, in some cases sharing graphic details of what they saw inside the school.

[link to touch.courant.com]
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Re: The Courant strikes again: As officials speak across the nation, Connecticut waits for Sandy Hook report
I predicted they would try this:

"A police report has been delayed for months, and state law enforcement officials have attempted to push through legislation intended to keep secret some details of the shootings that killed 20 first-graders and six adults."

Just can't release it all without showing it was faked. Here's the other part that should bother everyone:

"Authorities first said the investigative report into the shootings could be completed by the end of June. Last month, state police said it might not be ready until September. Sources familiar with the investigation said this week that it probably will be later than that before the report is released."

Just like Sarah Palin said, they're trying to run out the clock. That's a very bad sign of things to come.
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Re: The Courant strikes again: As officials speak across the nation, Connecticut waits for Sandy Hook report
I also think it is taking them a long time to strategize this chess game of avoiding state liability and embarrassment. When it likely comes out that multiple suspects remain at large, for example, people are going to be upset and ask why they weren't told. Time and time again, the state acts in its own interests ("protecting the investigation") instead of the public's (giving them fair warning of other suspects who have a tendency to shoot up schools).

But again, the completely lack of blood--thinking now of Penna's recent statement that he encountered "the largest pool of blood I've ever seen"--is just not compatible with the official story.

This is a troubling case any way you look at it. For all we know those kids could be held hostage somewhere right now, or could have perished years ago in other ways and are now being used to create an illusion, or who knows.

The lack of blood makes this unlike any mass shooting in recent history, and is incompatible with multiple aspects of the official story.
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Re: The Courant strikes again: As officials speak across the nation, Connecticut waits for Sandy Hook report
Nice to see you guys are still keeping the pressure on.
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Re: The Courant strikes again: As officials speak across the nation, Connecticut waits for Sandy Hook report
What is the military best at? Secrecy. Why? Because wars are lost without it. What did officials at Sandy Hook manage so well? Information! Heavy duty secrecy surrounds everything about Sandy Hook. Notice how information was controlled every step of the way. The same talking heads on every interview. There were the same official beating the same drum. Gag orders and secret legislation were implemented. If a bigger event is planned this may be the template for that future event. Sandy Hook was probably a Military psy-op to test some of their latest secret technology. Perhaps mind control EMF waves were used utilized along with a spray mist of nano-particles or hallicinagens. I am assuming this isn't the first time the military has experimented with mass hallucination. This could have been a test as a prelude to something bigger. Just sayin.

Can I prove any of this? Absolutely not. But you can.
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Well, they can nano their particles where the sun don't shine. At the end of the day, it's just regular people grinding through the facts until we get to the truth.
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The report will not be forthcoming. Dick Tator Ship.
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Re: The Courant strikes again: As officials speak across the nation, Connecticut waits for Sandy Hook report
I also think it is taking them a long time to strategize this chess game of avoiding state liability and embarrassment. When it likely comes out that multiple suspects remain at large, for example, people are going to be upset and ask why they weren't told. Time and time again, the state acts in its own interests ("protecting the investigation") instead of the public's (giving them fair warning of other suspects who have a tendency to shoot up schools).

But again, the completely lack of blood--thinking now of Penna's recent statement that he encountered "the largest pool of blood I've ever seen"--is just not compatible with the official story.

This is a troubling case any way you look at it. For all we know those kids could be held hostage somewhere right now, or could have perished years ago in other ways and are now being used to create an illusion, or who knows.

The lack of blood makes this unlike any mass shooting in recent history, and is incompatible with multiple aspects of the official story.
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"the largest pool of blood I've ever seen"--

Please forgive the rude comparison. But that sounds like " I caught a fish THIS BIG but it got away...you have to believe me"

It just seems like an exaggeration for the express purpose of trying to gin up emotion for something he knows is not real.
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Re: The Courant strikes again: As officials speak across the nation, Connecticut waits for Sandy Hook report
I also think it is taking them a long time to strategize this chess game of avoiding state liability and embarrassment. When it likely comes out that multiple suspects remain at large, for example, people are going to be upset and ask why they weren't told. Time and time again, the state acts in its own interests ("protecting the investigation") instead of the public's (giving them fair warning of other suspects who have a tendency to shoot up schools).

But again, the completely lack of blood--thinking now of Penna's recent statement that he encountered "the largest pool of blood I've ever seen"--is just not compatible with the official story.

This is a troubling case any way you look at it. For all we know those kids could be held hostage somewhere right now, or could have perished years ago in other ways and are now being used to create an illusion, or who knows.

The lack of blood makes this unlike any mass shooting in recent history, and is incompatible with multiple aspects of the official story.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10038138


"the largest pool of blood I've ever seen"--

Please forgive the rude comparison. But that sounds like " I caught a fish THIS BIG but it got away...you have to believe me"

It just seems like an exaggeration for the express purpose of trying to gin up emotion for something he knows is not real.
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Yep.
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Re: The Courant strikes again: As officials speak across the nation, Connecticut waits for Sandy Hook report
I don't know - could Penna be "Carvering" us?

Any cop who's ever been involved in a bloody crime scene, and who reads that line--"biggest pool of blood"--is going to have the thought, "Where's the blood, then?" Don't you think?

Whether intentional or unintentional, Penna's emphasis on the amount of blood makes its absence in the parking lot all the more illogical.

Personally, I hear certain undercurrent in Newtown officers' statements: it seems to me their first thoughts have been, "This is weird." They say things like, "It was too real to be real." Or, "The biggest pool of blood I've ever seen." Or, "My first thought was that this was a drill."

I continue to think that this may have been a horrible crime scene prepared in advance for Newtown officers to find, so they would go in, have real reactions, and plant the seed that became the official story America now believes.

That still doesn't explain lack of blood in the parking lot, though.

Is it possible, that if the classroom crime scenes were created much, much earlier that morning, that no blood would have gotten in the parking lot? Did CSP have a plan, for example, that got kids past the "contained" scenes in the classrooms without likelihood of any blood getting outside the building?

I just don't think you could control a situation with that many people involved, though. So many officers came flooding in at top speed. After literally the first few minutes, you'd have very little control over various aspects of what those people are going to see and experience. I guess if you literally posted two guys outside each classroom and closed the door and didn't let anyone in, and just told them it was too horrible, that could get the number of people who actually saw the classrooms down to a low number; the blood in the hallway could have been very real.

There's really no easy theory on all this. I think some key aspect, something we're taking for granted, is way, way off--like the time the incident actually began.
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Re: The Courant strikes again: As officials speak across the nation, Connecticut waits for Sandy Hook report
I truly hope that the Newtown Police weren't set up and played for fools -- that would be the most condescending, awful, degrading thing that could possibly be done to a police department, all while some possibly rogue goverment project (think Iran-Contra) is perpetuating may be the biggest fraud in American history. I REALLY hope that's not true.
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Re: The Courant strikes again: As officials speak across the nation, Connecticut waits for Sandy Hook report
There was not a massacre at Sandy Hook. It was a hoax.





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