posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 07:47 PM
I can agree that the Connecticut shooting incident does need its own forum, because of the many different areas that contribute to the overall
The alleged shooter and all the mysteries surrounding Adam Lanza, the father, the brother, the mother, the weapons, the witness reports, gun control,
gun legislation measures and even the 911 dispatch tape issues are all areas that contribute to the overall incident.
This incident is on par to 911, but in a much smaller way, it is very much like the 911 event that has kept many investigating long after the fact of
the incident has fallen from main stream media types. We should expect new developments as time goes on and this one element is to me justification
enough to warrant a forum.
Having some forum where threads specific to this subject area can be posted and where ATS members and non members can go to get the latest, is to me
why such a forum not only makes sense, but will allow for what has been uncovered so as to continue in a centralized place that allows others to come
and read and get informed.
While such a forum should not be allowed to become like the 911 forum, it is my opinion that creating a Sandy Hook forum that allows for elements
related to this shooting to be posted, so that members wont have to pour over hundreds of threads just to find the ones related to the Sandy Hook
incident is to me a good idea.
This is my honest opinion and while I realize it is only my opinion, I feel that anyone who truly wants to keep the public informed about new
developments in this incident, will see that a Sandy Hook forum has merit for the long term issues that will continue to become known as they become