reply to post by captaintyinknots
Let's start with your first claim. I do not believe this ENTIRE thing was staged. I am open, however, to the possibility that all we are seeing is not
legitimate. Do I have proof of this? No. I'm just saying that I can't say with 100% certainty that no aspect of this was staged. So what is that has
convinced you 100% that nothing has been staged in this, that every single person we've seen in interviews is legitmate? The questions you asked? Is
that your proof?
The other claim about everyone being actors. Again, I don't believe that everyone in that town is an actor all "in" on some conspiracy. Is it a
possibility? In my mind, it seems extremely far-fetched, and I have no idea how it would even be possible to coordinate such a thing. The people
making the rounds on television COULD be actors, in my OPINION. I am not stating this as fact, but my mind is open to believing that it could be a
possibility. That is NOT to say that I don't think there are grieving families. Do I think the ones I've seen in interviews are? No. And again, it
does not mean that I don't believe there are real families out there grieving, or that the ones on television could be. Something about them just does
not sit well with me, and for the most part, I don't feel their presence in interviews is genuine. That is my opinion, I'm not claiming it to be fact.
As for the rest of your claims, I never paid much attention to them. Something about a Fb page? Hasn't come across on my radar so completely
irrelevant to me. Same with the Libor scandal. It was a hoax as far as I know in the James Holmes case, so I assumed the same for this.
I've never really seen much in the way of anything other than people saying they know people there. If I was in a court of law, and someone was trying
to convince me that they knew someone...if they said, "I know that person" and that was it, would I just take their word for it with absolutely
nothing to support it? No. That's not to say they don't actually know the person, I just couldn't conclude for certain that they really did without
something to back it up. I am not here to debate whether or not people know people there though. I wouldn't expect anyone on here to prove to me that
they do know people there. It's not my business. My point is that I don't believe something just because someone says it's so. That goes for many
As I said, it's not a matter of proving you "wrong." I've said it several times, you offered no actual proof to support what you claim to be fact. You
just offered questions, and that is not "proof" to me. Maybe it is to you, and that's fine, it's just not to me.
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