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To: GraceG
I think Sandy Hook was an actual shooting,

Sure, but what seems "off" to me is how very efficient that one pasty kid was, despite only having a few minutes before he offed himself, and emergency services were in the building to help victims within 19 minutes... whereas the two kids at Columbine were far less efficient overall, despite having far more time, and emergency services not being allowed in the building for 3 hours. The discrepancies deserved inspection that was never allowed, mostly because of all the surrounding nonsense.

61 posted on 03/31/2019 1:43:59 AM PDT by Teacher317 (We have now sunk to a depth at which restatement of the obvious is the first duty of intelligent men)
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To: Teacher317

I’ve always wondered about the lack of blood and chaos inside the Sandy Hook school. Compare the photos after the French news paper shooting (or any shooting) with the few of Sandy Hook.

The French paper shooting there is blood EVERYWHERE with drag marks down the hall, etc. And tables overturned and paper strewn all over.

At Sandy Hook there are some small dark splotches on the carpet with an arrow pointing at them saying “blood stains”. One room showed an overturned chair next to two others at the table, and neat stacks of crap along the one wall.

The parking lot is odd as well. An overhead shot shows almost every car parked is facing one direction - like the lot was empty, and they started driving cars in and not worrying about following the driving lanes.

No easy answer about what happened to all of those children though. So it probably did happen. I guess. Just lots of stuff that is really odd about it.


62 posted on 03/31/2019 2:00:00 AM PDT by 21twelve (!)
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