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A Theory regarding the CT school shooting

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posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 06:26 AM
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I am not saying there is a conspiracy, just that the whole thing smells.

I had a thought about it, so let me run a scenario by you all.

The young man blamed as the shooter is a patsy.
A professional paid him to go to the school with him on the morning of the shooting.
Once 'buzzed in" at the school, the professional shoots the patsy and various school officials.
Then the professional guns down a roomful of children.
The professional leaves the school.
A second conspirator feeds conflicting info to the news media through the next day to completely cloud the issue and make it so no one knows what to believe.

Impossible?




posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 06:33 AM
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There was a thread on this board that brought attention to anti-psychotic drugs and their side effect of causing homocidal thoughts.

www.cchrint.org...

I think we should be discussing this as more and more of our children are being put on these drugs.

Tired of Control Freaks



posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 06:33 AM
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There is enough info out there to roll this idea around. At least find out if the info is good first.

For one find the teacher who said she saw two men.

By the way....they should start posting more of those "gun free zone" signs around schools to make sure would be shooters know they cant have guns on school grounds.



posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 06:38 AM
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Originally posted by butcherguy
I am not saying there is a conspiracy, just that the whole thing smells.

I had a thought about it, so let me run a scenario by you all.

The young man blamed as the shooter is a patsy.
A professional paid him to go to the school with him on the morning of the shooting.
Once 'buzzed in" at the school, the professional shoots the patsy and various school officials.



We need to know how a guy with an assult rife gets "buzzed in". Maybe the "buzzer" didnt know what one looks like.

More to your point....maybe the pro needed the other guy as sort of a passport to get in. Maybe the buzzer knew the guy. Is the buzzer dead? Who buzzed?



posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 07:06 AM
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Originally posted by Logarock

Originally posted by butcherguy
I am not saying there is a conspiracy, just that the whole thing smells.

I had a thought about it, so let me run a scenario by you all.

The young man blamed as the shooter is a patsy.
A professional paid him to go to the school with him on the morning of the shooting.
Once 'buzzed in" at the school, the professional shoots the patsy and various school officials.



We need to know how a guy with an assult rife gets "buzzed in". Maybe the "buzzer" didnt know what one looks like.

More to your point....maybe the pro needed the other guy as sort of a passport to get in. Maybe the buzzer knew the guy. Is the buzzer dead? Who buzzed?

Did you see an assault rifle at the school, or relying on the ever-changing story.
Just saying, remember when the shooter just had two pistols?

Or maybe the pro had a collapsable stock assault rifle under a coat. Like a Krinkov?



posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 07:16 AM
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The story keeps changing so it's hard to keep up. Did he get 'buzzed in'? If so, then why? Turns out his mom was not a teacher there. They have cameras so they would've seen his armor and black fatigues. The new story is that he forced his way in and then made his way to the principal's office while they were making morning announcements. The principal's office is in the back (they showed a map) so how come no one heard the gunshots as he was breaking down the glass door to get in? It makes no sense.

The news then reported the doors were not broken to get in, this was said by a state trooper. Then the story changed again to say the shooter did break the glass to get in. What the heck?!

Something smells...



posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 07:19 AM
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Yea that was sort of TIC there. But yea thats a very important aspect of all this. First they say the gun was found in the car....now they say three guns were found in the school but are not saying what the 3rd gun was.

Also CNN was saying an assult weapon was used even after same said it was found in the car! But they just kept running the story and talking about .223 rounds. Now they are saying, just heard it this morning that all were shot with the .223....that after they sat there all that night flash photos of bushmaster....even after they themselves said the guy used 2 pistols. Well how did the guy get the rifle thing back in his car?

They are also saying that he wasnt buzzed but forced his way in. We are not going to get the truth here form the anti gun media control freak wing.



posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 07:21 AM
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I have visited various schools for the first time, not knowing anyone in the building, and have been buzzed in by the office. I simply give the name of a person that heads the building and grounds department of the school district. It is info that is available on most school's websites.

It really isn't difficult to get buzzed into a school.



posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 07:23 AM
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We need to understand if we never have.....just what a crappy job the tv press does when they are trying to keep ratings high in a developing story like this. They just toss anything at the wall to keep the watchers guled to "cutting edge" news reporting.

At any rate they serve as great disinfo and agents of confusion.



posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 07:25 AM
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Originally posted by butcherguy
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I have visited various schools for the first time, not knowing anyone in the building, and have been buzzed in by the office. I simply give the name of a person that heads the building and grounds department of the school district. It is info that is available on most school's websites.

It really isn't difficult to get buzzed into a school.



I agree, and I guess if they knew him then it wouldn't be hard. However, wouldn't the cameras pick up his attire? They just implemented these safety measures this year. Was someone just not paying attention?

They're saying the shooter shot the glass in the doors. Do you agree that someone would've heard this? He passed by several classrooms to get to the office.



posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 07:25 AM
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Yea that was sort of TIC there

Sorry, I've been dealing with so many people that don't seem to think anything odd of the news reports and the ever-changing story. Things that reporters wouldn't or shouldn't make up on their own, and that cops are trained not to talk about.



posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 07:27 AM
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Originally posted by Logarock
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We need to understand if we never have.....just what a crappy job the tv press does when they are trying to keep ratings high in a developing story like this. They just toss anything at the wall to keep the watchers guled to "cutting edge" news reporting.

At any rate they serve as great disinfo and agents of confusion.



Yes, but I actually heard the trooper say 'the doors were not broken into'. Then I never heard that again. If the trooper was wrong then that is just bad judgement on his part.



posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 07:30 AM
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An offical said this morning that all victims were shot twice.......like double taped.....like pro job.

By the way, and we dont know as yet the full story, but you would think most would know that if you use a HV .223 round form an assult rifle in a closed area that rounds would be flying, bouncing of walls all around the room and could kill the shooter even. But maybe the guy was to dumb to know that?
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posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 07:30 AM
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They're saying the shooter shot the glass in the doors. Do you agree that someone would've heard this? He passed by several classrooms to get to the office.

I agree they should have heard it, but I haven't heard anything other than shots reported by witnesses.
He could have shot the door glass out, or maybe that is just another story that they haven't had time to retract yet.



posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 07:32 AM
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Yea bad judgment on his part. Or not used later in the offical story.



posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 07:41 AM
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I can tell you this...Foxnews is going out of its way to put out news snippets this weekend that "the shooter forced his way in."

Why?

Why are they focusing so much on this "fact" and going out of their way to put out news alerts about it?

Why is the shooter's method of entry important?



posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 07:46 AM
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Originally posted by phantomjack
I can tell you this...Foxnews is going out of its way to put out news snippets this weekend that "the shooter forced his way in."

Why?

Why are they focusing so much on this "fact" and going out of their way to put out news alerts about it?

Why is the shooter's method of entry important?



I think it's to keep the accountability away from the school. If the school buzzed him in then someone inside made a fatal mistake. If he shot the doors in then it can attribute to the rage the shooter felt and the school was not responsible.



posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 07:46 AM
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That is interesting.
Again, we still have conflicting stories. At this point, it shouldn't be a mystery. Either the shooter was buzzed in, or he forced the door.

Yet they still are confused on this point.

At least, they are confusing the public!



posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 07:51 AM
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I think it's to keep the accountability away from the school. If the school buzzed him in then someone inside made a fatal mistake. If he shot the doors in then it can attribute to the rage the shooter felt and the school was not responsible.

It could be an accountability thing.

If that's the story they are going with, the door should be broken, whether the shooter did it, or if it was done afterwards.

I wonder if there are any photos or video of the main entrance to the school? Maybe it would show shattered glass?



posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 07:51 AM
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James Holmes in Aurora was most likely a patsy...they didn't release his arrest photo for DAYS and then he looked like he was in a stupor. Witnesses said they saw another man open the door for "him" or whoever...others say the gas cannisters were being tossed from two different areas of the theater. There was another gas mask found around the back of the theater with a trail of blood, whereas the Holmes guy was found just sitting in his car.

In CT it hasn't been clear how many shooters there were...including how many guns, or how his mom was connected to the school. It smells.





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