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Adam Lanza Dead One Day BEFORE Shooting?

SSDI Death Index: Sandy Hook ‘Shooter’ Adam Lanza Died One Day Before School Massacre
Note: In no way is the author of this article claiming that there were no victims shot at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012, rather the article points out a complex false flag operation with very real victims. It is also important to note that this matter is still currently under open investigation by theintelhub.com, please send any tips or information to: tips@theintelhub.com
This is an ongoing investigation and there are many details still left to unravel.

Adam Lanza
By Shepard Ambellas
January 21, 2013
NEWTOWN — New information has come to light regarding the Sandy Hook School shooting, as the “official story” given to the American public is riddled with inconsistencies. According to and confirmed by GenealogyBank.com, the alleged lone shooter Adam Lanza that left 26 people dead on December 14, 2012 was documented to be deceased one day prior to the mass shooting that took place at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown Connecticut.
The following data is available at GenealogyBank.com;

The SSDI database shows Adam Lanza to be expired on December 13, 2012, one day prior to the school shooting. Confirmation Status is listed as “Proven”. However the state of issue is New Hampshire.
The implications of this are unfathomable.
Could this be why John Blawie, a Connecticut State Superior Court Judge has put a halt on search warrant affidavits?
An excerpt from the local CT Post reads;
DANBURY — A state Superior Court judge said Thursday that search warrant affidavits for the cars and home of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter Adam Lanza and his mother would stay sealed for another 90 days.
Judge John Blawie granted motions filed Wednesday by Danbury State’s Attorney Stephen Sedensky to extend the statutory sealing period for the five warrants, including three for the Yogonanda Street home where the 20-year-old Lanza fatally shot his mother, Nancy, four times in the face on the morning of Dec. 14, before embarking on the rampage that left 20 first-graders and six educators dead.
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Somebody saw it

State worker accused of showing Adam Lanza's body to husband gets put on leave


"Its easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."
Mark Twain

Actually - this goes in the fishy column

WHY would someone get in trouble for showing a dead body? You know the governor got involved in this? Seems a little below his pay grade if you ask me.

Seems something that would have just been handled between the employee and supervisor - worthy of no more than a written warning.

Of course - that is unless there is a reason nobody should see the body and upon realization of a break in security - somebody pulling the strings felt to suppress any possible leaks. But of course - if it really was Adam - what would there be to leak?
This is problem with this whole damn thing - for everything you can game out - it seems someone has gamed both possibilities in order to make sure the water is very muddy. Hard to see through muddy water.

Oh - and dont forget this little part: "Carver did not return calls and Henry and her lawyer could not be reached for comment. She is embroiled in a lawsuit against Malloy that claims the Democratic governor had her bounced from her old job in the budget office because she is a Republican." Living in CT - that sounds about par for the course.

I dont know... if I gamed it

I dont know... if I gamed it out, it would look like this...

She was suing and gave an excuse for her political and legal enemies to fire her. And lets be honest, there's something pretty tacky about what she did. That alone brings her character into question.

That is clear. I don't know what happened but I don't see this mud that you're talking about either, honestly.

So we have the shooter's dead

So we have the shooter's dead body on record in CT.


Who knows.

"Its easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."
Mark Twain

file a FOIA request on her

file a FOIA request on her employee records or somethin if you dont believe them

(edit: i'm starting to take down votes as a badge of honor... sorta like being attacked by the new york times. lol)

The State Worker might be relieved is someone did FOIA

If the story is true.

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Killed both of them, then

Killed both of them, then used their identities for nefarious ends. Still waiting for footage from the schools CC cameras.

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Still waiting

For a cell phone image by anyone of anything.

"Its easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."
Mark Twain

Been thinking one great

Been thinking one great reason a school with young children would be selected is that they likely won't have cell phones and cameras and they may even be prohibited as they are at my kids' school. So, the only people likely to have cell phone/cameras are the few adults on campus.

Intriguing but

I still have to wonder why the sloppiness? Perhaps they don't care who finds out what - the damage is done - the legislation written - the meme implanted in the public consciousness.

The law cannot make a wicked person virtuous…God’s grace alone can accomplish such a thing.
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Setting a good example is a far better way to spread ideals than through force of arms. Ron Paul

To drive a wedge between the

To drive a wedge between the population - one who supports massive gun control and those who don't want any. Then hopefully draw out the pro 2nd amendment side to a confrontation by which they will then convince the other side that the "gun-side" is a domestic terror threat. Then...

Which is why they are making the conspiracy aspect of this so obvious - so that one side figures it out and the other side could never imagine such a possibility cause of denial. Then have the conspiracy side ridicule "victim families" to look bad to the denial side. Further division.

That's it. Feelings of impunity.

TPTB simply don't care because they are above the law. Until the criminal in high places start getting arrested and prosecuted, nothing will change. Why would it?

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That's an assumption based on

That's an assumption based on an assumption.

You guys are gonna have to start to get more solid. Basically, from what I can tell, you're all just googling 'Sandy Hook' every day and calling that an 'investigation'.

Assuming governments are innocent.?

Governments killed over 200,000,000 in the last century.

Shouldn't a crime investigation start with likely suspects?

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So from now on, we'll start

So from now on, we'll start every wrongful death investigation with looking at 'the government' as a whole, as the prime suspect? That'll solve lots of crimes.

Seriously.... enough with the platitudes.

A reputable investigation doesn't turn a blind eye either.


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So far, the only connection

So far, the only connection between this event and the government is.... the government is investigating this event.

Not the only..

But the most relevant. Innocent people don't hide things or cover up the truth, the guilty do.

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You've assumed their guilty.

You've assumed they're guilty. Even the government is innocent until proven otherwise, I guess.

That is why an investigation must include government.

The Army used to use Inspector Generals.

The General Accounting Office watches the books.

Police departments investigate 'Internal Affairs'.

Trust no one, is standard operating procedure in government. Or should be.

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Oh man. So which one of those

Oh man. So which one of those accountability agencies do you all work for?