posted on Dec, 29 2012 @ 10:25 AM
Originally posted by klebics
10) Killer enters room of Soto, where children were hidden
11) 6 children tried to run for it, but were killed.
12) Anne Marie Murphy (teacher's aide) tried to shield 6-year-old Dylan Hockley. But who could have seen this? Also, all 6 children were running, how
did she try shielding him?
13) there is a discrepancy between 6 or 7 children who survived by hiding. Gene Rosin, retired psychologist, testifies this on the children's
14) the 6 or 7 surviving, hiding children either did not see the killer die or Rosin did not mention this.
Originally posted by MRuss
I still don't understand how the kids ran past Lanza in Soto's class. Anyone ever figure this out? I'm not saying they didn't, just wondering how
they did. They ended up at the end of that guys driveway in a house across the street and he took them in and called their parents. The kids said
they saw their teacher dead on their way out. Not sure if it was Soto's class or someone elses.
Originally posted by ikonoklast
reply to post by Asktheanimals
One would expect the two first grade classes would be divided pretty equally. It seems unlikely one class would be 50% larger than the other. It
also seems unlikely that there would have been 2 groups of 6 students who tried to escape from Victoria Soto's class and that one group succeeded but
one group was killed.
So who were the 6 kids from Miss Soto's class who supposedly were sitting in Gene Rosen's house and were then invited by him into his home and later
picked up by their parents?
These numbers that they finally settled on pertaining to Victoria Soto's class, together, don't add up. Was the situation so chaotic that everyone
simply lost the ability to count?
1. Police - finding "7 kids safe in the closet."
2. 6 kids (4 girls 2 boys) at Gene Rosen's house. "Mrs. Soto is dead."
3. Aidan Licata and 2 boys ran away. A woman picked them up and took them to police station.
16 students survived from Soto's class.
Soto's class picture shows 15 kids.
Yet they finally said 4 students perished?
14 kids (from the other class) total.
Even still, 14 + their 4 they are still saying from Ms. Soto's class = 18 students perished, not 20? Also, it's even harder to make sense when you
don't know which ones survived.
What can you make of this?
Teachers on Facebook: "He killed her and not one of her children were harmed."
Friend on Tumblr: "Not one of her students were harmed."
edit on 29-12-2012 by Receptive