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Re Sandy Hook interview with investigator

Thanks for the info. Your own post should be linked to this one.

This issue really got under my skin. I think the straw that broke the camel's back for me--- no, wait. I was going to say the impossible Parker Family photo, but there was something else I found no less troubling: the helicopter guy reporting that it was "chaos" in the parking lot when... there was hardly anyone there at all, and the FEW who were there were either standing or moseying around. It was not *remotely* a scene of chaos or panic or rushing or with people even appearing to be on alert or *anything* such that you'd expect might describe the aftermath of the mass murder of children.

And then there was, also, the Parker Family portrait which at first glance looks normal. Look again and you see just a torso for the girl on the left (on the father's right knee). It's photoshopped, that one and others.

But besides the impossibility of what is pictured, it's unlikely that a family of five, in which the oldest was a six-year old girl, would arrange themselves that way (or be arranged that way) - with the mother & father both seated together, with the father's arms around two of the children--- with a third standing to the right of her father, no less with her shoulder *behind* the *father's*. It's that way in that picture and at least one other I've seen that isn't a posed portrait. (That's besides analyses I've seen regarding anomalies in shading.) Here are a few examples of more *normal* looking family portraits where there are three young children, where (however juxtaposed) the family looks like a cohesive UNIT, everyone in some way *connected* to each other:
Here is the Parkers'. Well, either the girl's shoulder is behind her father's or, like her sister's legs, it's missing!

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