Urgent! How do six kids shot fleeing Soto's class wind up on Sandy Hook grandpa's lawn?Submitted by Sue4theBillofrights on Tue, 01/15/2013 - 21:45
The whole thing unravels now. Were there six dead children in Soto's classroom or weren't there? They can get guns mixed up, but the children as they lay? If this is a lie, it's all a lie.
Just to make it clear, I think questioning the emotions of grieving parents is wrong, and probably is a red herring to distract from better questions which can be answered by proper action from the authorities. I want to know the disposition of the (at least) two men running in the woods, one of whom winds up sitting in the front seat of a police cruiser according to an interviewed witness. If you are a suspect for questioning, don't you go in the back seat?
I still also want to know what psych meds Lanza was on, if any.
Ben Swann suggests some of these questions can be put to rest by police releasing the outside surveillance video, trained on the front entrance, which would at least tell us three things:
- It was Lanza who entered
- He was alone
- He carried a rifle.
We should also, at some appropriate point in time, have crime scene photography and a press conference for reporters wishing to view the inside video. It will be gruesome but necessary to confirm to the public what happened. Such video and photography was released in the report on Columbine.
The "crisis actor" angle in which the behavior of people on the crime scene is examined is something I am undecided on. Yes, some of the behaviors personally strike me as a little strange, but I'm no grief expert, and everyone is different. But darned if the weirdest anomalies don't keep popping up in this case. First the news confirmed from "several officials" that Lanza had only handguns on him, and left a rifle in the car, a .223 to be exact. Then this is changed to he only used the rifle, and all wounds were from the "long gun." We are never told the disposition of the guys in the woods. But danged if the following ain't a weird one.
It is very clear that reports said that in Victoria Soto's class, she hid her kids in the closet and when Lanza confronted her, six of them tried to flee and Lanza shot them. The police found the rest in the closet afterwards.
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...
The "remaining seven" of Soto's students would mean she had 13 students total. If the six kids who tried to escape Soto's class are shot down, how do they wind up on the grandpa's lawn?
Rosen took the four girls and two boys—students of slain teacher Victoria Soto—into his home, gave them toys and comforted them while he tried to reach their parents...
My first thought on this strange story is why didn't grandpa call
Another oddity, no CT here, I'm just the messenger: in nearby Carmel (about 20-30 miles) there actually was a live active school shooter drill taking place,
exactly same day, same time.
Two scenario possibilities the way I see it are:
- Largely as authorities describe. Lone shooter was Lanza, perhaps having a reaction to a psych med, perhaps not. Lot's of sloppy reporting. Nutty grandpa living nearby sees his chance for the media big time and starts making up all kinds of crazy sh!t.
- Multiple shooters, police hiding video and declining comment on men in woods. Maybe some crisis actors on scene to spin story.
Other Rosen interviews:
Ben Swann report:
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