Simple math questions about Sandy Hook.Submitted by fishyculture on Thu, 12/20/2012 - 11:39
We began with 2 handguns. So, 12 to 16 bullets? (I am not a "gun nut" - correct me if I am wrong!)
Then they realized there were 27 victims with multiple wound. OOPS! Not enough bullets?
Then there were 4 handguns. Now we have enough bullets, but then the Medical Examiner said everyone died of multiple "long gun" wounds. OOPS!
OK, the rifle was inside after all, and is reported as the "only weapon used."
OOPS! Did Adam kill himself with a long gun? That is a good trick...
How many shots were fired? (Only report I can find says cops don't know.)
How many BULLETS were found in corpses?
Were there ANY shots fired from the handguns? If not, who killed Adam? Probably not Adam.
And here is one that "adds up" so far, but is worth watching.
So, 16 of the 20 children reported dead (6 adults plus Adam to get to 27 total) supposedly all died in one room. Yet children all over the school were led out with eyes closed. How much gore could there have been, outside that classroom?
Here's a non-math one that does not add up for me.
"Saying officials will identify all victims in the mass killings at a Newtown elementary school — including the shooter, who took his own life — on Saturday, state police called the day’s shocking events “heart-wrenching.”
No parents have been given access to the inside of Sandy Hook Elementary School, where the bodies of 18 children, six adults and suspected gunman Adam Lanza remain, Lt. J. Paul Vance of the Connecticut State Police said Friday night at a press conference. Two other children died after they were transported to a nearby hospital."
I thought family members identified bodies. And I am pretty sure as a mother, I would not have been kept away from my murdered child's body. I doubt every mother is like me, but it seems like there would be at least one.
Maybe Vi Hart can work this math out for me?