reply to post by EViLKoNCEPTz
Can you please show me the source for this claim of an obituary?
Where is your proof that he killed her?
How do you know that her son wasn't framed?
Why are you so ready to accept what others tell you as fact?
Registered: 21-12-2012, what is your "stake" in this incident?
We are living in the year 2012, and technology has taken leaps, and bounds, I am sure they could provide some type of data to prove their claims.
Gunpowder residue from the fingers/hands of said "Adam Lanza", neighbor reports of gunshots/loud noises (since if he shot her some one would have
likely heard). Video footage of him entering the school, finger print evidence on the car, and weapons that he supposedly used. Motive....
Since that one is big I will say it again.... motive....??
Projectile data, ie (where the guns were fired from, which guns caused which wounds), time-frame of the incident, coupled with projectile data to
surmise a good idea of what exactly happened, not only to prove the case solidly, but to figure out ways to prevent possible future shootings
where should guards be stationed for maximum efficiency at stopping said killers). Witness testimony's, coupled with video data, to once again
compile a good idea of what exactly happened, to solidify the case, and create training/prevention scenario's.
Medical records, what drugs was he on during the time of the shooting, did he have a psychiatrist, and what was said psychiatrists evaluation of him.
Any history of assaults, or foreshadowing of the event (he was described as a silent, intelligent kid). Any evidence of firearms training, or
premeditation of the event, such as notebook's with scenario's drawn out (like Columbine), or some other data. Who were his friends, did he speak
to them about any premeditation of the event? First responders testimony, what did they see, where was the gunshot wound (supposedly self inflicted)
on the shooter? How does projectile data, and other information jive with this claim? Once again, using data to help prevent future events, first
responder information can be used to slow down response times, and to better prepare for the future. It needs to be common knowledge as well, so the
teachers, and students can know how to best help the first responders if a situation occurs.
Was he easily hypnotized? This may seem irrelevant, but it is not, see Sirhan Sirhan case. Any past military involvement, or involvement in
intelligence networking, or experiments. Any motives for people possibly setting him up? Did he know information that some one might not wish to see
him disclose? What about his father knowing data, which he ended up being privy to? What about his mother knowing data which he was privy to?
Did his relatives see an signs of this? What about school staff when he went to school?
Many, many, many more questions must be asked, this is just a quick list I created.......
If I was an investigator in this case, I would ask ALL of these questions, and more. That is how any event such as this should be investigated, by
leaving no stone unturned, the easiest explanation, is not always the truth.
We also need more data for future prevention, horrible tragedy's like this aren't going to stop if we just ignore them, and sweep all the
information under the rug, that much has been proven many times. We NEED to fully investigate this so that we can prevent it from ever happening
again, the loss of life, not matter what age group, is not something anyone with a sane mind wants to see. So opening the data so that everyone may
investigate, and get to the bottom of this is going to be very important.
Heck, I would personally give my life to protect any of these children, and I don't even know them, but that doesn't mean I wont question everything
we have been told. Emotions take a back seat to logic.