Comment: I agree. Proof is important.

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I agree. Proof is important.

What destroys credibility is claiming some proof that is clearly not; also hypothesizing off the wall scenarios that have no reasonable basis. But also, I think it's important for people to continue to report on findings and also keep the questions alive unless and until the inconsistencies would be explained. In some cases, it's just how things are titled or positioned. Plus, unless there is something new, a new post is not necessary or appropriate: people should just add their comments to a post already created on the subject. I this it all applies to not just for Sandy Hook, either - the need to keep the questions alive - but also concerning James Holmes and the Colorado shooting. Also Brandon Raub's detention in a psych center (Didn't the family decide to press charges for what happened?), and what came out of that - the discovery that his case was not so uncommon. Concerning a few different issues.

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir