posted on May, 18 2014 @ 12:26 AM
pat·sy (ˈpatsē/) noun - a person who is easily taken advantage of, especially by being cheated or blamed for something.
Since the release of the official Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting Reports, information has come to light that raises new questions about this
The office of Connecticut State’s Attorney General Stephen Sedensky stated in its report that after Adam Lanza killed 20 children and six adults
inside Sandy Hook Elementary School, “He then took his own life with a single shot from a Glock 20, 10 mm pistol in classroom 10.”
According to State Medical Examiner Dr. H. Wayne Carver, Lanza died from an intraoral gunshot wound. In other words, he put the barrel of the gun
into his mouth and pulled the trigger.
However, documents from the official State Police investigation tell a different story.
According to investigators at the scene, a boonie-style hat was found near Adam Lanza’s body. The hat had a single bullet hole in it.
The report states, “This hole was consistent with having been worn by the shooter at the time the shooter received a bullet to the right rear lower
portion of his head which exited out the top portion of his head and hat.”
This statement suggests that Adam Lanza died of a gunshot wound to the back of his head, not to the roof of his mouth as stated in the autopsy report
by Dr. Carver.
Police at the scene also noted, regarding the alleged suicide weapon, that “the pistol had numerous hairs to the front sight area…consistent with
the color of that of the shooter.”
This supports the idea that Adam Lanza shot himself - or was shot by someone else - in the BACK of the head, at which time some of his hair became
attached to an area at the end of the barrel. This hair would be less likely to be stuck to the gun sight had he ended his own life by putting the
barrel in his mouth.
All this raises a question. Why do these two accounts of the manner of Adam Lanza’s death differ? Furthermore, which account is correct?
If Adam Lanza received a fatal gunshot wound to the back of his head, as is suggested by the description of evidence at the scene given by the
investigating officers, who pulled the trigger?
If Lanza was shot in the back of the head, why does the Dr. H. Wayne Carver’s report list the wound as “intraoral”?
If, in fact, the wound was intraoral, if he stuck the gun in his mouth, why is his hair stuck to the sight on the end of the barrel? Why is the
evidence at the scene “consistent with” an execution-style shot from behind?
This discrepancy needs to be explained, because the implications of one of the two scenarios would have a profound effect on the integrity of the
official account of Sandy Hook.
Thanks for your attention.