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Body Count Does Not Add Up. Got It My Mistake. (See How That Works?)

Of 16 children in the classroom, the unidentified girl was the only survivor.

Now, all you folks who love to complain about asking questions, you could have picked me apart right there, but instead you defended the official story. And note that I am NOT a journalist, and yet when I find my mistake I CORRECT IT.



"When Lanza entered the room, after killing 14 children in the classroom next door, she tried to steer him away by saying her students were in the auditorium.

But a handful of students, including Olivia, tried to flee. Lanza shot them.

In the photo are Soto’s other fallen students — Dylan Hockley, Allison Wyatt, Jesse Lewis, Avielle Richman, all 6 years old.

But because of Soto’s heroic actions, most of her little students survived the horror."


Soto's class photo:


So we are at 16 or 14 in one room plus 5 from Soto's class including the little boy who ran into the gunfire. That is either 19 or 21.

Also, if ten survived, why did only six show up on Rosen's lawn?

"There were six of them, small children sitting in a neat semicircle at the end of his driveway. A school bus driver was standing over them, telling them things would be all right. It was about 9:30 a.m., and the children, he discovered, had just run from their school to escape a gunman.

"We can't go back to school," one little boy told Rosen. "Our teacher is dead. Mrs. Soto; we don't have a teacher." "


Not ONE EYEWITNESS claims they saw Adam Lanza shoot anyone.
The police got very confused about who was shooting what, even when Adam was dead and they were NOT under fire. They don't know how to investigate? They can't tell a handgun from a rifle? They can't count corpses?

And how is it that Adam shot the kids who tried to flee, shot Soto and the aide, but left the other kids alone at that point? That left ten kids in the closet, but at that point he decided to walk out into the hall and kill himself instead?

Justifying this with "confusion" is LAME. Journalism involves CONFIRMING YOUR FACTS before you publish a story or at least disclosing that "information is still coming in" or something like that. They do not post "corrections" on any of this, just try to keep you focused on "grieving parents" (that for some reason laugh and smile until they know they are on camera.)

Edit: More info:
List of the deceased. Take out the 6 adults. Take out the 5 Soto students. You are left with 15 dead kids, and stories of a room with 14 or 16 children killed. If a body count is only off by one, is that OK? This is the POLICE body count and it does not add up.

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I rarely disagree with you fishy but I gotta here...

And note that I am NOT a journalist

According to the constitution (you don't need a press badge) you are most definitely 1000 times the journalist as any of these talking heads on the TV.

Has it ever occurred to you that reporting is inaccurate?

Just because reports differ in the facts doesn't mean some grand cover up. Reporters get the facts wrong, particularly when trying to get breaking news out quickly. Stories change over time.

There were headlines across the country the day after hurricane Katrina stating that New Orleans had dodged a bullet and did not suffer major damage. They got the facts wrong initially. Of course, some people think the levees were blown up to purposely flood land owned by black people. I don't think that. I think reporters make mistakes and are sometimes given faulty information.

We all want progress, but if you're on the wrong road, progress means doing an about-turn and walking back to the right road; in that case, the man who turns back soonest is the most progressive.

-C. S. Lewis

I wouldn't call what we've heard reporting.

I would instead consider it "parroting."

Ever heard of "corrections" to erroneous reports?

You realize if you had merely checked my numbers, you could have caught me in "bad math?"
Yes, I do know mistakes occur. I also know what to do when I make a mistake, but apparently the media does not.

Love or fear? Choose again with every breath.

at least it's consistent

NOTHING adds up with this event.

We are not allowed to see inside because this would only raise..

We are not allowed to see inside because this would only raise more questions, not answers.

Who can answer why it was so easy to kill so many. Government can't answer and they know gun control will not be the solution if people actually see with their own eyes the horror of what happens when enough adults FAIL to carry firearms on their person in order to provide for their own basic security and the basic security of those around them.

Police are not the answer when it is everyone's responsibility, not just to "see something say something", but rather to "see something and provide your own immediate defense, and for the defense of those around you, especially those children trusted to your charge".

Holding up a book and hiding in a closet is no defense, it is only stupidity and foolishness used to make the ignorant and cowardly feel good.

To see that horror in color HD pictures would cause a backlash against "gun free school zones" like we have never seen.

Every gun permit holder would be demanding to be able to carry his/her gun at his child's school.

The pictures of the slaughter will only be made available to big government bureaucrats that are in the business of "fighting" and "using" terrorism for their own benefit and job security.

I forgot something

"We are not allowed to see inside because this would only raise more questions, not answers."

Really? A PHOTO of the crime scene would not answer how many bodies there were and where they were found? You must be a really bad photographer.

Love or fear? Choose again with every breath.

So you must think the government with all the discrepancies..

..that their little bogus inadequate press conferences have adequately depicted what happened when we already know those press briefings are not consistent with video and police radio communications?

I guarantee, having myself been a victim of violet crime, having relayed the basic facts of the matter to police, and then turning to the newspaper and radio to see the falsehood that was conveyed to reporters or that reporters misinterpreted through the 3rd party (aka, the police spokesman).

They never get half of it right, not the description of the car, not the description of the crime, not the description of the suspects. These are the same folks that make you wait 3 hours in line at the license branch and herd you around and around within their little office so they can give you a plastic ID card... and you trust them to get it right?

All of those photos should be public information and placed in the public domain so that people can see the reality of what it takes to fight back and stop such an event in the first seconds as opposed to waiting for 911 to answer the phone so that they can tell you to hide in the closet and wait for police.

You are equating testimony with photos?

Photos show what they saw. No interpretation needed.

Love or fear? Choose again with every breath.

No one is forced to look at them.

There are videos all over liveleak of people dying. I don't watch them, don't want to see. But as this case propels us toward TREASON at the highest levels in politics and law enforcement, I WANT TO SEE PROOF.
I did not want to see those people jump out of the WTCs towers either, but they sure showed that over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over...

Love or fear? Choose again with every breath.