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Friday, December 14, 2012

Who Was the Second Suspect in the Newton Shooting? Compare to Beslan, Russian Tragedy and Putin with Obama

The Sandy Hook Shooting - Fully Exposed

Rob Dew from Infowars:

ALEX JONES: Sandy Hook 2nd Shooter Cover Up [INFOWARS Nightly News]


“The Sandy Hook Shooting – Fully Exposed”


Supposedly, questions that people raised are debunked by the debunkers. Here is The Blaze quote:
"The Newtown Bee, a local outlet, reported that a law enforcement official told them that the man seen in the woods had a gun and was nearby the school. He was apparently an off-duty tactical squad police officer from a nearby area."
Oh, saw the Newton Bee said so. Is this a major news outlet? No, it is a local outlet. Any journalist can do a good job but this is a major story; shouldn't better and more credible news outlets verify information? Then, "a law enforcement official" states a fact. Does the official have a name? They might, but the Bee does not tell us. Moreover, there is a "man seen in the woods." He was "apparently" an off-duty officer. Apparently? How is that apparent? And, does he have a name too? We are not told. So much for debunking.
The Blaze continues:
"Also, Chris Manfredonia, the father of a 6-year-old student at the school, was handcuffed briefly by police after he ran around the school in an effort to find his daughter. And another unidentified man was briefly detained, but later released when he was found to be an innocent bystander."
I address Manfredonia elsewhere but we have yet another unidentified person.
None of The Blaze's points address why even a tactical law officer would be running around in the woods as the clip from the scene shows.
The second suspect has not been debunked at all.
On the issue of firearms, this is not as crucial. According to the official line now, the shooter left a shotgun in the car, but he had three other weapons that were brought into the school – a Bushmaster AR-15 rifle, a Glock 10 mm and a Sig Sauer 9 mm (the latter two are handguns). The fourth weapon – the shotgun was left in the car.
This is plausible but unwieldy and it could hint at, without stating anything definitive, that another suspect was involved. One person handling three weapons though does seem like a stretch.
Some of the other points appear minor, the issue about the nurse for example and these details can always be clarified as information is sorted out.
The affect of the parents is too subjective and I would argue that it is not conclusive. People grieve in their own way and in their own time. The evidence here is inconclusive.
The Child Security event planned for the day is also inconclusive; it is just odd given the fact that security events just coincidentally have occurred with other tragedies. Various States warn about ominous events and in that way your need for them may increase. Odd, but inconclusive, is my assessment.
Memorial pages and time stamps online are easily wrong; it is just disconcerting that so many pages are days off. Odd, but I would also note that this evidence is inconclusive.
Those questioning eye witness accounts have noted Gene Rosen's story about discovering the children in his driveway which changed and evolved during various appearances. While in some interviews he described the six kids sitting with a female bus driver, in at least one other account, he described a male adult talking harshly to the children, the video proclaims. I would discount his acting abilities but he also only reports the unidentified bus driver and the harsh man. Does anyone in this story have names? The troubling part of his evolving story is why did the driver drop the kids off? Who is the harsh man? We don't find out through news stories.
The crisis actors claims would make more sense if definitive identities are revealed but no one can corroborate who is whom in the story.
In short, The Blaze or no one else has adequately addressed the issues. The most troublesome remains the second suspect running and apprehended in the woods. At the very least, the news media should be able to ascertain his name and identify him. Thereafter, they can verify his officer status, and finally, address the issue of why he was running away from the school.
Debunking the Sandy Hook Debunkers By Jack Cashill
http://www.americanthinker.com/2013/01/debunking_the_sandy_hook_debunkers.html
Who is the "second suspect? A parent, but if so, why would he run into the woods? He allegedly was telling parents that he did not shoot. In this small, tightly-knit community, no one knew him or if his child attended the school?
I would hope the surveillance camera video would get released from the school so we could see how many suspects were actually there, and where.
"two shadows"
"we got 'em."
"They're coming at me."
"party in custody."
"continue to check"
"one suspect down."
"multiple weapons"
Newtown School Shooting Audio 12/14/12
The tape has been edited and is not real time but there are indications of a second suspect.
"There is no sensitive information in the audio
The audio is Police, Fire, EMS, and State Police
The audio has been edited and is NOT real time.
Audio used under a creative common license from Radioreference.com"
http://www.lawofficer.com/video/news/audio-connecticut-school-shoot
Fox News report with audio feed:
A witness tells WFSB-TV that a second man was taken out of the woods in handcuffs wearing a black jacket and camouflage pants and telling parents on the scene, “I did not do it.”
CT shooting– Man in camouflage pants grabbed by police – Was suspected of being second shooter?
The story was scrubbed.
CT shooting– Man in camouflage pants grabbed by police – Was suspected of being second shooter? http://www.wfsb.com/story/20345707/cbs-27-people-dead-in-newtown-school-shooting

Eyewitness News reporters on the scene observed a man in camouflage gear being taken away from the staging area. He screamed to people in the area that he was not involved in the shooting.



America 20xy
12/14/12
By Andrew Steele
A witness to the aftermath of the terrible school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut on December 14th described police cuffing a man in camouflage pants and a dark jacket who was walked past him, and who looked at gathered parents and told them that he wasn’t responsible for the shooting. At the time the witness was interviewed by CBS News, the man he described was not far away. In fact, he was sitting in the front of a police car that was nearby.
Witness: I saw them walk a guy earlier with handcuffs…he walked by us and said he didn’t do it.
Reporter: It was a grown man?
Witness: A grown man, yeah. He’s sitting in the front of the police car over there now. So, I mean…
Reporter: He didn’t have a gun?
Witness: No, I didn’t see any gun…just had him handcuffed and he walked by us and looked into parents’ eyes and said “I didn’t do it”.
Reporter: How was he dressed?
Witness: Camo pants with a dark jacket.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PqY9Xvr0Ts8

SEE VIDEO HERE
School shooting: Possible second gunman in custody
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMtmPCVM2Sk
While it’s not unusual that in the chaos of a mass shooting the wrong person might initially be grabbed by police as a suspect and later released, what is unusual is the fact that the man described by the witness apparently was wearing military style clothes just like those worn by the alleged shooter– Adam Lanza– and described by some accounts as the same clothes of the shooter.
"CBS News reports that a potential second suspect was in custody and that SWAT was investigating the home of the suspect. It was not known if that alleged second suspect fired any of the shots in the massacre."
A witness tells WFSB-TV that a second man was taken out of the woods in handcuffs wearing a black jacket and camouflage pants and telling parents on the scene, “I did not do it.”
From the Sky Valley Chronicle:
“Broadcast reports from the scene say the gunman reportedly walked into the school wearing camouflage pants and opened fire in one room killing the principal and an unknown number of other adults and then moved into to classrooms shooting at students and teachers in those rooms.”
The Telegraph described the man in the camouflage pants and Adam Lanza– (who was wearing black “fatigues”) as being two separate people. This, of course, makes sense since Adam Lanza died in the school, and therefore couldn’t have been the man described in the video above.
“The gunman, wearing black fatigues and a military-style vest, was found dead in a classroom, but it was not clear whether he took his own life or was shot by police.
A second man wearing camouflage trousers was seen being handcuffed. One witness described him shouting: “I didn’t do it.”
Reuters, citing CBS News, along with several other news sources wrote that the man in the black camouflage pants had been found in the woods.
“Another person was being held in police custody after he was detained in the woods near the school wearing camouflage pants, CBS reported”.
AL.com, citing Fox News, claimed the man was the shooting suspect’s younger brother, as did other sources.
“2:25 p.m. CST — A FoxNews report said
witnesses said a handcuffed man, dressed in camouflage was led out of a nearby woods by officers who reported to the shooting. The individual is Lanza’s younger brother, according to the Associated Press.”

The link back to the Fox News story, as of this writing, is dead. Most likely this is because at the time the information was posted, Adam Lanza’s older brother Ryan was mistakenly being named as the suspect.
“2:15 p.m. CST — The Associated Press reports: A law enforcement official says the suspect in the Connecticut school shootings is 24-year-old Ryan Lanza and that his younger brother is being held for questioning as a possible second shooter. The law enforcement official said the boys’ mother, Nancy Lanza, works at the school as a teacher. The official also said Ryan Lanza’s girlfriend and another friend are missing in New Jersey.”
Ryan Lanza, who lives in Hoboken NJ, was at work during the shooting. He couldn’t have been the man grabbed from the woods. Adam and Ryan were the only two sons in the family, so the man in the woods couldn’t have been a third “younger brother” either.
The man in the camouflage pants at one point was suspected by police of being a second shooter.
Man in camouflage pants grabbed by police. Was suspected of being second shooter.
Second Connecticut school shooter suspect in custody
From Fox 43, Central PA:
“CBS News reports that a potential second shooter is in custody and that SWAT is now investigating the home of the suspect. Miller reports that authorities have gone into a home connected with the individual in custody after seeing what appeared to be a body inside.
A witness tells WFSB-TV that a second man was taken out of the woods in handcuffs wearing a black jacket and camouflage pants and telling parents on the scene, “I did not do it.”








State Police confirm that one shooter is dead. A second gunman is apparently at large, sources told ABC News. A dispatcher states there are reports of “two shadows running past the gym” — early reports suggested there were two shooters. On the police audio an officer states: "one suspect is down."
Officers can be heard reporting a possible second shooter headed for the rear of the school.
http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/shocking_audio_gunman_rampage_only_YrfuYfARgJCTf0XcY8Z2rJ
An officer at the scene is heard saying, on tape, “They’re coming at me through this wood.” Note the plural.
An audio tape that has been removed from online contained the statement that an "officer also reports that a juvenile has been taken into custody."
“Be advised, we could have multiple weapons.”
Police Search Woods Behind School For Additional Suspect
On the 911 tape the caller advised there were two shadows behind the school.
The suspect is at 0:16 top right hand corner, stands still with his head down for a time and then moves. At 0:52 right in the middle of the screen, he is laying down with the dog on him.
According to the L.A. Times, "Chris Manfredonia, whose 6-year-old daughter attends the school, was heading there Friday morning to help make gingerbread houses with first-graders when he heard popping sounds and smelled sulfur. He ran around the school trying to reach his daughter and was briefly handcuffed by police. He later found his child, who had been locked in a small room with a teacher."
Run into the woods? Why?
Dad wore camouflage pants to a school activity? Possible.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMtmPCVM2Sk
Chris M Manfredonia, 41, Sandy Hook, CT

Just as in the Batman tragedy shooting the second gunman, the accomplice was not identified.
A young, and clearly honest student describes another suspect pinned down by the fire station. Any additional suspects could have been investigated and then released; however, statements could be obtained from law enforcement officials describing the other suspects who were released and why. This additional information would dispel any concerns that people have expressed about the number of shooters. So far, this information has not come to light.
The young student states:
"Then we ran down to the firehouse. There’s a man pinned down to the ground with handcuffs on. And we thought that was the victim [sic]. We really didn’t get a good glance at him because there was a car blocking it. Plus we were running really quick.”
Further analysis by alternative news media points to additional Sandy Hook shooting suspects overlooked by corporate media. Niall Bradley, “Sandy Hook Massacre: Official Story Spins Out of Control,” Veterans Today, December 20, 2012; James F. Tracy, “The Newtown School Tragedy: More Than One Gunman?” Global Research, December 20, 2012.
Washington Post: Sandy Hook shooting: Possible second gunman in custody
http://www.washingtonpost.com/sandy-hook-shooting-possible-second-gunman-in-custody/2012/12/14/c8cb2592-4620-11e2-8c8f-fbebf7ccab4e_video.html
Three Shooters?
The perpetrator "forced his way into the school, as opposed to being let in." Police "were looking at the strong likelihood that the gunman gained entrance to the school by shooting out a window right next to the front door." The shooter was in military gear and was armed with four weapons and wearing a bullet-proof vest. Since four weapons were recovered it would be plausible that there were two shooters: four hands and four weapons. There were four handguns found.
Now that Obama is usurping the Second Amendment with his Executive Orders the weapons used by the shooter deserve more scrutiny.
At the Sandy Hook Elementary School the shooter did not use a rifle, deemed an “assault weapon” by Obama.
Pete Williams, who is NBC’s chief Justice correspondent, reported the following in a video:

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This continues to be a very complex investigation and there is a lot of contradictory information out there, but we have some new information this morning (one month ago) from a couple of federal officials and state officials.
They say now that there were actually four handguns inside the school, not just two as we were initially told. Four handguns and apparently only handguns that were taken into the school.
We knew that Adam Lanza, the man said to be the gunman here, also had an ‘assault-style’ AR-15 -style rifle that he had had taken to the school, it was in the car he drove there, his mother’s car, but we have been told by several officials that he had left that in the car.
http://www.ijreview.com/2013/01/30208-nbc-admits-no-assault-rifle-used-in-newtown-shooting/
The correspondent makes it clear over and over again that he confirmed this information with federal and state officials. The report that an ‘AR-15-style’ assault rifle was in the trunk of murderer Adam Lanza’s car is up for dispute as well. If one examines footage from police breaking into Lanza’s car, one sees police clearing a round from a “long gun of some type” that does not appear to be ‘AR-15 style’ or ‘assault-style.’
Not only are violent crime rates at a modern low and going down, but only 323 homicides were committed by rifles in 2011. That includes hunting rifles, assault rifles, military style rifles, semi-automatic rifles and whatever label one comes up with, regardless of magazine or clip capacity.

In addition, the existing gun laws are working.
The shooter reportedly tried to buy a rifle but was denied when he tried to purchase a rifle earlier in the week at a sporting goods store in Danbury, Conn. He also had been in some sort of altercation earlier at the school.
Two facts should be clear, as opposed to the Obama narrative and agenda. Existing gun laws work and the shooter could already be identified as a troubled person before the shooting. In effect, more restrictive gun laws against the Second Amendment would be ineffective in preventing another school shooting.

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Another law enforcement source earlier told CBS News that a Sig Sauer, a Glock 9 and a Bushmaster rifle were found at the scene. The rifle "was discovered in a nearby car." The car has been identified as his mother's car. Preliminary information showed that the shooter purchased the weapons legally. The shooter wore black BDUs (battle dress uniform), which are standard combat uniforms like those sold on Camping Survival, and a military-style vest. The shooter also had a mask covering his face.
According to Sig Sauer’s website, the 9mm P226 is used by “U.S. Navy SEALs, Federal agents, and numerous law enforcement agencies including the Texas Rangers, Ohio State Highway Patrol and the Michigan State Police to name a few.”

A .223 rifle has been called by gun experts “the best home-defense weapon” and “a rifleman’s most valuable tool.” Guns Magazine wrote that the .223 “shoots far, fast and flat” and has a “relatively moderate cost.”

Where did he get the gear?
Neighbors described Adam Lanza to ABC as “odd” and displaying characteristics associated with mental illness. The brother of the shooter told authorities that his younger brother is autistic, or has Asperger syndrome and a "personality disorder." AP reported that same point that the brother reported his brother was believed to suffer from a personality disorder and be "somewhat autistic."
The shooter's father, who lives in Stamford, Conn., is meeting with FBI agents, so the immediate motive seems to be family-related and tied to the mother. The mother was killed at home before the school shooting. In 2006, his older brother graduated high school and went to Quinnipiac University in Connecticut, leaving the shooter with their parents — whose marriage was apparently coming apart. In 2008, they divorced after 17 years, court records show. His father, Peter Lanza, a tax executive for General Electric, moved to Stamford, and in January 2011 married a woman who is a librarian at the University of Connecticut.
The shooter's girlfriend and another friend were now missing in New Jersey. This early evidence suggests a motive and anger. The suspect’s home was entered after seeing what appeared to be a body inside. A spokesperson said that a deceased adult’s body was found in a Newtown home connected to the shooter.
A teacher Kaitlin Roig told ABC News that she barricaded her first grade students in classroom bathroom and locked the door when she first heard gun shots. The kids stated: ‘Can we go see if anyone is out there? … I just want Christmas… I don’t want to die, I just want to have Christmas.’ I said, you’re going to have Christmas and Hanukkah.. I tried to be positive.” The teacher violated the separation of church and state, and rightfully so, perhaps if God was not pushed out of classes we would be providing the type of strength and culture that American children deserve.
FEMA L-366 programming is Planning for the Needs of Children in Disasters. Courses were being offered in Connecticut from November 17, 2012 through December 17, 2012 in the towns of Wethersfield, North Branford, Watertown, Colcheste, and Bridgeport on the 14th of December, the day of the tragedy.
http://www.ctemscouncils.org/downloads/FEMAL366.pdf
Sandy Hook — The Documentary


Mark Howitt takes an investigative look into the events and controversy surrounding the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting which happened on December 14th 2012 in Newtown Connecticut. This documentary explores several aspects and claims of details surrounding the event and is an attempt to shed some light and provide logical answers to the many questions that remain as to what happened in Newtown. Using rare news and article clips, testimonies, police audio analysis and several perspectives, it is quite clear that we are not being told the truth about what really happened. Was there others involved in the crime? Why have authorities and media provided abundant amounts of misleading information, changing the official narrative on countless occasions? These questions are being asked by a large amount of people in the public and the case is looked at in great detail to try and make sense of things and bring closure to much of the controversy in what is perhaps the biggest conspiracy since JFK.

Topics discussed include identities of multiple suspects, police audio analysis, witness testimonies, media coverage, the Lanza family, gun ban issue, intelligence agencies, examples of covert operations, project longevity, project mockingbird, fast and furious, crisis actor claims, prior drills, living victims, FEMA, advanced knowledge of attack, motive of crime, and several other aspects and anomalies.

Please subscribe if you enjoy the documentary. Check out my other documentaries for further information which include The James Holmes Conspiracy, Eye of the Illuminati, 2012 Revolution, Evidence of Murder and The Formation of Resistance.

Thanks for watching and searching for the truth. It will be found...

-originally published January 26th 2013

Interview with Mark Howitt by The Blaze:
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/02/04/we-take-you-inside-the-mind-of-a-s...


Obama's response was embarrassing; he teared up. He is promising action in light of the shooting. Obama stated: "we are going to come together to take meaningful action to prevent more tragedies like this regardless of the politics.”
Obama Cries
Obama's politics will prevail and he always claims his personal view is not political. It is.
Weeping is not a good public posture. Leaders display characteristics of calm, strength, and resolve during tragedies.
The DHS has been running seminars in Newtown, CN
Beslan Putin Speech
These horrible tragedies occur elsewhere as well.
Beslan School Massacre, 2004
On 1st September 2004, 32 armed and masked terrorists stormed School Number 1 in Beslan, North Ossetia-Alania (Russia). The ordeal lasted three days for 1200 adults and children. They were packed in to the school gymnasium where the terrorists had bombs and guns. 331 people died including 186 children. More than 700 were injured.



















































































































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