In response to all these Sandy Hook postsSubmitted by TimJitsu on Sat, 01/26/2013 - 16:00
With all these posts I've been seeing about Sandy Hook (on this site and others). I'm reminded of a line from the movie Training Day.
"It's not what you know, it's what you can prove"
THIS IS VITALLY IMPORTANT TO KEEPING OUR CREDIBILITY!
If you cannot prove an accusation without a reasonable doubt, then don't make it. I do believe something is wrong with this whole Sandy Hook event. There are too many inconsistencies and holes in the story. But when people start straying off the path and making accusations that cannot be proven, all it does is discredit any and all arguments of the official Sandy Hook story, and labels anyone who makes those arguments as a "conspiracy nut".
So when people ask me "oh well what do you think happened? you think it never happened?". I just tell them "I don't know what happened, but what i do know is that there are many inconsistencies with the whole story". If i were to tell them that all the pictures are fake and everyone was acting, all that would do is put them off and make me look crazy.
Just my thoughts.