Gut feelings or beliefs or conspiracy theories usually don't cut it with me. Yet, this is different. We have evidence.
There is audio evidence, from radio traffic of officers on the scene, that indicate officers were chasing someone. This audio can be found online at
radio reference. I have listened to it many times. The dispatcher tells offficers of someone in the school who, during the shooting, has called 911
and said that two shadows just ran past the gym. Then, you hear officers clearly chasing someone. After this the transmissions suddenly become
inaudible as if they're being scrambled or interfered with by an outside source. Until then, all radio traffic was clearly audible.
In addition, there is video evidence, which I found here from another post, of officers chasing someone or something across the back of the school, up
a hill, and into the woods behind the school. Then, suddenly, they've stopped and they're looking around as if whatever they were chasing is gone.
These are trained law enforcement officers who don't just chase shadows, and it is clear from the audio that officers were chasing someone.
Also, witnesses on the scene tell of a man being led out of the woods in handcuffs. The man was saying "I didn't do it."
I don't know the what or the who or the why. I do know that we're getting an incomplete picture and the media will not truly investigate what
happened that day.
I am heartbroken over this tragedy. I cannot think of if without breaking down. Movie references, gut feelings, speculation, conspiracy theories, do
no good to those we've lost. Hard evidence and asking hard questions are the only way to honor those little hearts.
Who were the police chasing? And why?
Why did the police chase seemingly nothing up a hill and then suddenly stop?
Where is the man police led out of the woods?
RIP our little angels.
edit on 17-12-2012 by 1111eleveneleven because: mis spelled work