Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Sandy Hook: Sorting Fact From Fiction

With good reason, more than a few people remain skeptical of the official story regarding what happened in Sandy Hook that fateful morning, December 14, 2012. Once again, we're told to swallow whatever the mainstream media tells us without question, no matter how ludicrous. Misinformation abounds making the truth almost impossible to discern, however, by analyzing the timeline, it's possible to, at the very least, come to the conclusion that something is very wrong.

Mark Howitt has done an outstanding job collecting, assembling and analyzing information and evidence from the Sandy Hook shooting, and consolidating it into a two-hour documentary. He includes an investigation of the timeline of recordings of the police and medical scanners, which illuminates the order of events down to the second. As you will hear for yourself, the police audio reveals that there were seven suspects if you include Adam Lanza, who, by the way, died on December 13, 2012, according to the Social Security Death Index--and that's not the only date discrepancy, at least, three Sandy Hook memorial web pages were created and uploaded, from November 10 to December 13-- the day before the shooting. The audio also reveals that they were looking for a purple van with two people in ski masks, and one or more people dressed as nuns.  Not only that, at 9:55:44, an officer is heard stating" End the life of Adam."  End the life of Adam?  What's that supposed to mean?



On 12/14/2012, the same day of the Sandy Hook school shooting, the State of Connecticut Department of Homeland Security scheduled the course, FEMA L-366 Planning for the need of Children in Disasters only 20 minutes north of Newtown.

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