Sandy Hook smoking false flag? Debunk this if you can.Submitted by fishyculture on Tue, 01/08/2013 - 17:48
Many thanks to celeste for the post that showed me this, I just felt this deserved a thread of its own. I think she'll agree.
"By EDMUND H. MAHONY and DAVE ALTIMARI, firstname.lastname@example.org The Hartford Courant
11:44 p.m. EST, December 15, 2012"
The date and time are important here. This is the next NIGHT, so a day and a half have passed. Here is the story of the Soto classroom:
"Lanza next arrived at teacher Victoria Soto's classroom. Soto is believed to have hidden her 6- and 7-year old students in a classroom closet. When Lanza demanded to know where the children were, Soto tried to divert him to the other end of the school by saying that her students were in the auditorium.
But six of Soto's students tried to flee. Lanza shot them, Soto and another teacher who was in the room. Later, in their search for survivors, police found the remaining seven of Soto's students still hiding in the closet. They told the police what had happened."
Please note this is reported as eyewitness testimony given to police.
Here is the heart-wrenching story of the Grandpa who found some Sandy Hook students on his 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.”
So, when did the kids end up on Rosen's lawn? After Adam shot them or after they told the police what happened? And then the police turned 6 of them, not all 7, over to "a man" (as Gene first said) I mean a female bus driver (as Gene and later reports said?)
As near as I can tell, Gene's story seems to have broken that day, here:
Maybe these folks would like to clarify this little math problem?
Gene going from "man" to"bus driver" here (scroll down):