As the smoke settles, this tragedy seems to raise more questions than answers. Instead of dripping rounds of accurate new information every 60 minutes
or so, by the lead investigator, we seem to hear conflicting reports of what really happened.
I may be very wrong about this and maybe this has already been brought up, but there is something that I find very peculiar and worth more
When the first details began to emerge, there wasn't a report of the exact people involved and what their role in the school may be (student, teacher,
admin., suspect, etc). That would soon change...
It wasn't long, after information began pouring out of the media source, until we had our first report of a potential victim and a potential suspect.
Like many of you, I heard the report that included the suspects mother as a victim and one of the bodies belonged to the suspect.
Such a terrible event, really is, but there is something odd about these early reports...
The reports that included information claiming the mother as a victim, as-well-as a teacher at the school, could be found on any of the MSM sources
covering the massacre. At one point, they even said the shooter entered the school, where he made his way to the kindergarten class, taught by his
mother. Once inside the classroom, he opened fire and began killing every child and adult in sight.
I am not sure if it was 1 source, or from multiple sources, but I recall hearing them say, 'We are now able to confirm the identity of one victims as
the mother of the suspected shooter'
Maybe some of you remember hearing that and can confirm where it was heard it at.
The report was not really mysterious at that point, but would soon become one of the big questions relating to the events on the morning of the
Early reports never indicated any knowledge of a secondary, or even a third crime scene location. The initial reports only included information of the
school scene - which, within a few minutes, would report the in-school death of the suspect's mother.
A clearer picture began to emerge, as additional crime scenes were located. A house in Hoboken, where it was reported that bodies had been recovered
and at least one of them was his brother - the other, possibly his father.
Also report was the claim he killed his brother in Hoboken, drove 80 miles to kill his mother in her home, before proceeding to the school and began
the mass murder of adults and children.
I don't have to explain further, if you've followed the story, then you know how much the account of Hoboken and his mother's death have changed.
There are many holes in those reports, but what I don't understand is...
If there were no initial information about the mother being killed in her home, several miles away, how did the media reports know he killed his
mother? The only crime scene initially reported was the school, no other locations. Even though there were no other locations discovered, the media
knew to report the mother's death.
Why would they do that? It can't be coincidence, can it? I don't think so.
It has me wondering if the mother's body was supposed to be in the classroom, dead, with the other victims... or maybe it was supposed to be reported
that way, though her body was never really there...
Maybe someone discovered the body at her home when they weren't supposed to, so the 'mother killed at school' story had to be changed to reflect what
was uncovered at her home.
I don't know why they would do that, I'm just trying to understand how the media knew she was dead, before her body was even discovered?
The guns belonged to the mother, the suspect son lived with her...
There were reports of 2 gunmen, or 'shadow gunmen'...
Maybe it was the suspect and his mother who went on this rampage, together. Maybe his mom was, somehow, mortally wounded. Maybe she drove home to try
and stay alive... maybe she killed her son at the school, with the other kids, then returned home where she either committed suicide, or died from her
I don't know, but I do know I am super suspicious about the media reports of the mother being dead in the classroom of students, an apparent victim of
her son's rage...
What about, 'Murder on the M-3'? Is it possible they were affected by the phenomena known as, 'a puff of madness' ~ not the technical term for the
diagnosis... it's a French name.
Maybe the media is reporting so many different stories on purpose. Could they be trying to confuse the public? Creating different accounts could be
their way to keep the storyline malleable, so they can mold it into what they want, once the dust settles?
It is terrible we live in a time when questions like this need to be asked, because the lack of trust in our own leaders leaves us skeptical about
what they say is true.
edit on 16-12-2012 by esteay812 because: tyops