Remembering Sandy Hook

I worked for a while in Sandy Hook, Connecticut and used to ride my bicycle past Sandy Hook Elementary School on my way to work from Danbury.

I was always incredulous about the official story after the shooting. This story was in the local newspaper two weeks later.

According to a reliable local law enforcement source, Adam Lanza attempted to destroy all his computer equipment to prevent any tracing of his Internet usage and his electronic correspondence. It is thought that “some or most” of the computer data will be retrieved from the damaged equipment.

Also, Lanza used a different rifle to kill his mother by firing four shots at her while she was in bed at home, according to the source. Adam Lanza left that rifle at Lanza residence.

There was never any evidence that Lanza was the person who did either of those things. Why would someone who was about to commit suicide worry about people “tracing his communications?” Even if he did do it, who was he communicating with, and why was that information never released?

The source confirmed that Lanza used a Bushmaster-brand military-style semiautomatic assault rifle to kill all victims at the school. Lanza also carried two pistols.

Initial reports from police were that he carried four handguns and no rifle. The story changed right before Diane Feinstein introduced her “assault rifle” ban.

A man with a gun who was spotted in the woods near the school on the day of the incident was an off-duty tactical squad police officer from another town, according to the source.

There was no reason for an armed SWAT team member from another town to be in the woods adjacent to the school, and why didn’t he intervene?

Police Union Seeks Funding For Trauma Treatment | The Newtown Bee

CNN filmed the police running into the wrong school.

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Sandy Hook Story Gets More Bizarre | Real Science

Citizens realized the government wasn’t going to take care of them, and exercised their second Amendment rights.

Request for gun permits in Newtown set to double last year’s numbers: police

And the surge appears to be fueled by worried residents like 66-year-old Nancy Ellis, a soon-to-be gun-toting grandma who claims Connecticut’s draconian new gun control laws are infringing on her constitutional rights.

“The fact that they were reeling in and squeezing more laws made me think, ‘You know what? I want my gun permit,’ ” said Ellis. “I want to exercise my right.”

Request for gun permits in Newtown set to double last year’s numbers: police  – NY Daily News

There were many other things wrong with the official Sandy Hook story, and Obama never did anything to improve school security after the shooting.

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