Asking Questions is not the same as "Conspiracy Theorizing"!Submitted by AtlantaIconoclast on Thu, 12/20/2012 - 23:56
For the life of me, I don't understand people who attack those of us who have questions about the massacre in CT. Just because we have questions does not mean we are developing "conspiracy theories." If we had more info, then conspiracy theorizing might be appropriate. This reflexive disdain for questions really makes no sense.
However, many of us have jumped too quickly to develop notions about who or what groups were really behind this massacre, as we saw in the now somewhat debunked Libor scandal theory.
To those who automatically trust the official story, why can't you distinguish between questioning of sudden shifts in media coverage, or changing info from media and outright conspiracy theorizing? I am with you in feeling frustration toward those who jumped to conclusions soon after the news broke about this massacre, but aren't you even a little curious about why the media, for example, no longer discusses the second suspect? Multiple witnesses saw that there was at least one other suspect than the purported killer, so where is your curiosity? Does your fear of being labeled a "conspiracy theorist" not get in the way of your curiosity? I see the same pattern with 9/11 Truth.
Another person asks, What about the second suspect? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NdBbxX1DE4c