Some say I am blessed (others say cursed) with a skeptical mind and an undying curiosity about how things work, especially in the political realm. I posed some questions last Saturday, rhetorical to be sure, but others with a sharper sense and more incisive mind have raised more. Anthony Wile of The Daily Bell has uncovered one of those “others” who has raised additional questions about the Connecticut school shooting:
There are questions to ask, just as there were at Columbine where hundreds of witnesses saw more than two young shooters and tried, to no avail, to testify about what they witnessed.
The Columbine investigation was closed without addressing this point and many others, including the medical condition of the two young men who live on only in bloody Internet pictures. Viewers have pointed out inconsistencies in the death photos that tend to undermine the idea of a mutual suicide – the official story.
Questions emerged after the recent Aurora cinema shooting in Colorado by suspect James Holmes, as well. Eyewitnesses even questioned whether it was Holmes who actually did the shooting.
I have written about the Aurora shooting where unanswered questions remain: Holmes had to have had help in planning and executing (sorry) his attack. But now there are questions about the Connecticut shooting as well. He notes what investigator Clare Kuehn calls her “major discrepancies” list. I’ll just touch on a few of them:
According to the official story, Adam Lanza was found with his older brother’s ID, and it was not stolen. However, older brother Ryan – who officials say is very cooperative – claims not to have even seen his brother since 2010. Where would Adam get this ID? And why does such use not qualify as a theft?
According to the official story, Adam Lanza was wearing a black outfit with a mask and bulletproof vest. Why would he want to hide his identity, and why would he wear a bulletproof vest, if he planned to kill himself?
The medical examiner asserts that all wounds were caused by a rifle or other long weapon, and police/FBI say that the school was littered with .223 (rifle) casings. But Adam Lanza was found dead in the school with only handguns – a rifle was found in the trunk of his car. But then he could not possibly have been firing the rifle, and could not have committed the murders. Who did?
Why were there such persistent reports that Mrs. Lanza was a kindergarten teacher, and that she died at the school, when the new official story is that she was not connected to the school and was killed at home?
What happened to the woodsman in a black jacket and camo pants who was arrested and handcuffed outside the school? He actually shouted to parents, “It wasn’t me.” Who was he and what was he doing there?
She raises 32 such questions – I’ve just quoted a few – but you get the idea. This is just too slick, too neat, too tidy not to ask the ultimate question: was this a setup? A false flag event? An incident planned in advance to promote the anti-Second Amendment movement that continues to gain strength?
If this event doesn’t generate the needed political support from the uninformed, then we may safely expect other such horrors until the Second Amendment is successfully neutered and then eradicated altogether.