2) Now that the killer is dead is there REALLY a good reason not to show the security camera videos from the school?
3) Are we ACTUALLY going to believe the state coroner who said on camera that the families weren't able to see the bodies of there children but were shown pictures of their faces? (see this guy's RIDICULOUS press conference at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JV3KYBS64R8)
4) What happened to the second shooter that was taken into custody that FOX News and local affiliates reported on?
5) What about this Kaitlin Roig - what were the names of the 14 students she saved? How is it this Connecticut school teacher sounds like a total valley girl from California in her interview with Diane Sawyer. And how exactly did she fit 14 kids into a bathroom?
7) Where is any ACTUAL evidence that anybody died or was wounded? I did a Google Image search for an hour and came up with nothing - how do we know any of this actually happened?
(Editor's note: a list of the names of the alleged victims was released on Saturday .)
8) As far as I can tell not a single eyewitness actually saw this Lanza kid at all . . witnesses saw a man in battle clothing, bullet-proof vest and ski mask.
This is so laughable---IF it were not so tragic. Note that so far the "officials" appear themselves to present confusing, contradictory facts that now enforce the narrative. Like 9-11, the earliest reports tend to be the most damaging, with facts unresolved and the public left with a "clean up" operation:
Social media users spreading false information about Sandy Hook massacre could face charges, say police
Following the killing spree at Sandy Hook Elementary School some social media users took to Twitter to spread false information about the shootings.
Connecticut officials cautioned against the spread of false information on social media sites in the wake of Friday’s massacre.
Anyone who posts fake material about the rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School or killer Adam Lanza could face arrest, Connecticut State Police spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance said at a press conference Sunday.
“There has been misinformation coming from people posing as the shooter in this case, using other IDs, mimicking this crime and crime scene,” Vance said, adding that some of the posts are of a “threatening manner.”
“It's important to note that we have discussed this with federal authorities. These things are crimes. They will be investigated and prosecuted.”